June 5, 2013

Arbor Place is the ideal community for people who want serenity, recreation, and style. Just minutes 125_121109_StySign_tm_ffrom the 22,000-acre Lake Conroe and Sam Houston National forest, you can enjoy outdoor recreation, including the Conroe Aquatic Center. Plus, Arbor Place’s proximity to major roadways gives you one of the easiest commutes. Explore Stylecraft Builders’ quality lifestyle in a community of homes that start around the $130,000’s.

Popular Features

  • 22,000-Acre Lake Conroe
  • Close to the Woodlands Mall
  • Conroe Outlet Mall
  • Highly Acclaimed TEA Recognized Rated Conroe ISD


**Stylecraft Builders is an affordable New Home Builder in Central Texas. We are currently building in Brenham, Bryan, College Station, Conroe, Huntsville, Navasota, Killeen and Fort Hood, and Waco, Texas. **
Feel Free to Contact me Tanner Brewster the Online Sales Consultant for Stylecraft Builders:
Cell – 1-866-977-0998

End of Year Builder Sale – Stylecraft Builders

November 2, 2011


Close on any of our Quick Delivery Homes between Now and Dec. 31, 2011 and receive 3% of the Sales Price in FREE UPGRADES….And Stylecraft Builders will also pay Your Closing Costs (if you use our In-House Lender)

Tanner Brewster


Finishing the Year with a Bang!!!!

December 29, 2010

Debbie QuinnDecember 22, 2010 at 12:04pm

Dear Stylecraft Builders,
My daughter and son-in-law recently bought a home in the Autumn Lake sub-division in October. My husband and I visited them for Thanksgiving after they were all moved in. I just want to tell you how impressed we were with the home and how well it was built. Just beautiful! Needless to say, they love their new home and are very happy with their choice of builders..and we are happy for them. If my husband and I are ever in the market for a home in Texas, we would definately consider Stylecraft Builders.
My husband and I wish Stylecraft Builders and their employees a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year.
Debbie and Dan Quinn (Kathleen and Joel Andrews)


Existing homes sales may be dropping, but new home sales are on the rise.

April 7, 2010

The Washington Post recently reported on yet another real estate story, announcing that the National Association of Realtors said the sales of previously owned homes dropped again in February, marking the third month in a row of “gloom” for those following the real estate market. However, it’s interesting that there was no mention of new home sales, and how many of these markets across the country are actually growing. It’s difficult to get the facts straight in today’s news sometimes. Statistics can be used to show off or report a particular scenario, but they don’t always portray the overall or complete picture correctly. Such is the case with the real estate market these days. Large companies are posting quarterly losses. However, while it is clear that some areas of the real estate market are struggling to recover, new home sales isn’t one of them—at least not in our area!

It is clear that people are seeing the long-term value in purchasing a new home versus a resale, which is part of why the new home market is doing well even in the earliest stages of the country’s economic recovery. Add in the fact that first time buyers will receive a Federal Tax Credit of $8,000 if they close by April 30 ($6,500 to move-up/repeat buyers) and purchasing a new home now actually makes financial sense. If built in the right location and with a builder whose reputation and expertise are valuable in the area, purchasing a new home will hold its value much better than a resale.

Choosing to buy a new home delivers distinct advantages: the buyer can add personal touches that reflect his/her style and taste all while keeping the resale value in mind for years down the road. Many areas are seeing growth in jobs, new home sales, and business construction, despite the fact that much of the media would like you to think otherwise. Do your homework. Investigate the opportunities in your area. You may be pleasantly surprised at your new found investment opportunities.

Stylecraft Builders

Stylecraft Builders – Central Texas’ New Home Builder

How to Start Designing Your Dream Home

February 3, 2010

We all have visions of our dream home. Maybe you’re watching a home makeover on television and think, “I want that!” or you visit a friend’s home and are impressed by a renovation. Or perhaps you’re tired of having your laundry room in the basement and swear “never again” every time you lug another load of clothes up another flight of stairs.

Having a dream and realizing it are two, very different things. Before you talk to a builder or architect, here are a few tips to get you started in the right direction:

  1. Build a Vision Book. You probably know what you want—and what you don’t. Start a notebook and write down your likes and dislikes. Clip out photos and ideas from magazines, print from the Web, or take photos yourself. Circle architectural details you like, such as windows, doors, trim, entryways, flooring, built-ins, porches, decks, etc.
  2. Determine the size. Figure out the rooms you want and need, the size of each, and how many levels. Do you want a great room with cathedral ceilings? Are you planning on an owner’s suite? Will you have an eat-in kitchen? Do you need a three-car garage? Do the math and this will give you a rough estimation of the total square footage.
  3. Decide on a home style. Do you have a fondness for a traditional cape, a classic Colonial, a rustic post-and-beam, farmhouse, Tudor, or a contemporary home? Are you leaning toward single-floor living? You can find sample home designs and floor plans online and in magazines. Take the time to browse your choices. Drive around and take photos of homes you like. Put these in your Vision Book.
  4. Consider your homesite. If you already own your homesite, consider the type of home that will work best there, Think about how you will situate your home on the building lot. How will you utilize the best features of this land?

Build your Vision Book and then share it with the architects and builders you’re considering. They can help you determine some ballpark costs and advise you how to make adjustments for cost savings, energy efficiency, durability, and comfort. Even if you’re not quite ready to take the next step, start a Vision Book. There’s no price for dreaming!