Our Royse City community Waterscape was featured on July 23 in the Dallas News, an online news outlet powered by The Dallas Morning News.
Real Estate Editor Steve Brown wrote the article letting readers know that Waterscape is now open, and available to meet the needs of buyers looking for affordable, master planned living nestled in nature but with convenient access to employment and shopping centers!
A new 1,000-home residential community is opening its doors northeast of Dallas.
The 300-acre Waterscape project is being developed by Dallas-based Huffines Communities in Royse City.
Builders Bloomfield Homes, Highland Homes, HistoryMaker Homes and Impression Homes are constructing houses in the project’s first 275-home phase. About 50 homes have already been sold.
Houses in the Waterscape community start in the low $200,000s.
Waterscape will include a hike-and-bike trail system and a community amenity center with cabana areas, outdoor lounge space, pools, a hammock park, outdoor entertainment, event lawn and children’s playscape.
“We wanted to create a community similar to those from years ago in which everyone felt safe because they knew and regularly interacted with their neighbors,” Huffines Communities’ Colin Huffines said in a statement. “That amenity facility will be a community center; a place where families can meet and have fun.
“It will be similar to a town square’s gathering place.”
Waterscape is located on FM 548 south of U.S. Highway 67.
Royse City is located northeast of Dallas and has a population of about 12,567.
“Royse City is in a good location; it’s close to employment centers in Rockwall and northeast Dallas, while situated in an area that boasts natural beauty,” Colin said.