East Bryan – New roads, new school, new shopping areas, and a new home.

Bryan, Texas is a great example of an economy on the move again. In 2008, James Earl Rudder High School opened the doors of its brand new facility to about 600 ninth and tenth graders and expects to have about 1,250 students in grades 9-12 enrolled by 2012. Just down the road is a new road—really the widening of the Old Reliance Road—which began last December in order to accommodate the undeniable growth that his happening in this community of about 67,000 residents. As the area continues to grow—including new businesses moving to the area, like Target, Cracker Barrel Old Country Store, and Kroger’s—we knew that developing new homes in a growing and flourishing community made sense for our customers.

New homebuyers who are considering where to raise their family, or connect with a vibrant community that is rich in history as well, want the added convenience of prime location. They also want the peace of mind that their new house will be their home for a long time. Siena, on the east side of Bryan, is a new community with French Country and Tuscan-styled homes ranging from 1,100 to more than 2,000 square feet. Within the community, there is a swimming pool, shaded pavilion, walking and biking trails, and a peninsula pavilion. Just off Old Reliance Road, Siena is minutes away from the new high school, shopping, and the excitement that is happening with Bryan’s economy.

Imagine being able to build your new home in a prime location that you know will give you many years of special memories. If you’re ready to begin a new life in an up and coming town, email us here at Stylecraft to learn more about how we can help you to build your new home.


Stylecraft Builders – Central Texas’ New Home Builder
www.stylecraft-builders.com

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