New Homes in Our Private Gated Community
Preservation is at the heart of Harper’s Preserve, providing an endless supply of natural beauty to this sustainable community. The preserve itself is on Harper’s Horsepen Branch, providing the inspiration for the community name. Montgomery County MUD No. 95 is the conservator of the forested preservation, which also carries the name of Harper’s Preserve. The neighborhood plan includes entry gates and a gate house, private streets, a scenic lake, and a bountiful amenity package for families to enjoy. Amenities are developed as the community matures as part of a flexible master plan. At completion, the community will be home to 1,700 families.
East Village of Harper's Preserve is now open. East Village includes an expanded selection of homesite sizes and include 55' patio homes as well as 55', 65', 75' and 80' homesites. The builder lineup for East Village includes HistoryMaker Homes, Plantation Homes, Highland Homes, Gehan Homes, J. Patrick Homes, Ashton Woods and Drees Custom Homes.
Some lake view homesites are available, as well as a selection of sites located adjacent to the park areas. Amenities in East Village include:
- Landscaped entry monuments
- A Guard house
- Private entry gates
- Amenity lake
- Fly fishing area
- Walking trails
- Wooded preserve park areas
- Wildlife garden
- Playground and play areas
Enjoy More Family Time in Harper’s Preserve
Front yard maintenance is performed by the HOA in Harper’s Preserve. The Harper’s Preserve Community Association administers mowing and edging 42 times per year for a quarterly fee. In addition, you will receive monthly trimming of landscaping, monthly bed area weeding, weed control, fertilization and one mulch application per year. This means less work for you to worry about and the whole community is uniformly maintained. So you can spend more time enjoying your family and less time doing yard work.
Visit Harper’s Preserve!
From downtown Houston, take I-45 North. Exit Highway 242 and turn right. Turn right onto Harper's Trace. Continue on Harper's Trace, then make a left at Lake Way Lane. Turn right onto Lake Palmetto Drive.