Did you move into the neighborhood? What do you think if the train noise now? It's my primary concern as the tracks are very close to the house we're considering. Probably will not buy, but appreciate the discussion here and the idea of asking the neighbors around the house for sale.
Well I saw a house in Stonebriar and a few houses in Starwood Village but they're a bit small.But there is a house in Stonebriar for lease 5,936 square feet and a 12,236 square foot lot it's 4 bedrooms has a pool and jacuzzi 5.5 bathrooms it doesn't however have a media room it has a little area that has a few cabinets and a television it's a very nice house it's in Stonebriar but there's no price on it yet I am waiting to see the monthly rent for the house.... more
Homes in this range can stay on the market a bit longer ....as the type of buyer that it requires is fewer than your average $300k home. Lending restrictions also require most buyers in this category to have at least a year's reserves in the bank if over a million. I've found that the homes in the lower ranges in Stonebriar are a little dated. (Don't get me wrong, it's a BEAUTIFUL, gated community, but so many people these days want move-in ready). It's a great location if you want location, location, location! You should also check out what Starwood has to offer (if you haven't already).
-Amy S. Arey, Realtor
Halo Group Realty, LLC