A Place to Grow

Hello, Neighbor!

On the leading edge of the Texas Hill Country along IH-35 lies a new neighborhood that discerning families will soon call their own: Homestead. Graceful homes feature architectural design that blends traditional styles with cleaner, more modern details. The results are streamlined designs well suited to a modern yet relaxed lifestyle lining the streets that wind their way through this thoughtfully designed, master-planned community. It is easy to imagine neighbors greeting one another as they arrive home, children playing outside, and backyard barbecue grills promising delicious goodness to fuel another relaxing evening.

Local Public Schools

Schertz-Cibolo-Universal City Independent School District (SCUCISD) has plans to develop an elementary school within the neighborhood. Other nearby schools in the district include:

  • John A. Sippel Elementary School
  • Elaine S. Schlather Intermediate School
  • J. Frank Dobie Junior High School
  • Byron P. Steele, II, High School

*Schools assigned by school district and are subject to change in later phases of development

Conveniently Located

  • Easy access to Interstate Highway 35
  • Commercial development along I-35, Green Valley Road and Schwab Road in future phases of development

A Vital Community

What is it that makes a community like Homestead work? How do we build community pride and longevity? We’ve found some common denominators that make for exceptional, enduring places to live. Our “Vital Communities™” approach is built on five principles:

  • HEALTHY LIVINGAt Homestead, you’ll find an abundance of recreational opportunities, including an extensive trail system, parks, an expansive amenity center with resort-style pools, fitness center and more.
  • DESIGNHomestead’s distinctive architecture and design aesthetic offer contemporary style and enduring integrity with a blend of rustic materials and exceptional craftsmanship.
  • CONNECTIVITYHUB is our central gathering place and is Wi-Fi connected—a great place to catch up with friends and neighbors about the goings-on here. But our trails system and other amenities gather folks together on a daily basis. Community involvement is important here, and we’re always looking for opportunities for collaborative programs and partnerships.
  • STEWARDSHIPOur land development and homebuilding practices adhere to green principles. This approach is carefully passed on to the homeowners association and individual households as a cause worth embracing.