Construction began recently on 36 stand-alone homes for a new Lake Highlands neighborhood named Goose at White Rock Valley, close to Skillman Street and Walnut Hill Lane in northeast Dallas. This high density housing project is being handled by the Austin-based community developer, StoryBuilt and the development is taking place on the site of a former office park.
Design plans for the Goose at White Rock Valley include contemporary designed three and four-bedroom homes between 2,200 and 2,800 square feet, with curated palettes, Tudor-inspired architecture and energy-efficient features. Buyers are also offered six floor plan alternatives to select from, with flexible spaces to be used as either homes or offices.
In addition, the homes will allow residents to have access to a community pool and park, and they are also situated close to the White Rock Creek, White Rock Lake, nature trails, parks and within walking distance of a light rail station.
This housing development project, named Goose at White Rock Valley is about a block from Dallas Area Rapid Transit’s Lake Highlands commuter, with the first set of houses scheduled for completion in mid to late 2022 and these houses will be priced from the mid-$700,000s.
Division president of StoryBuilt in Dallas, Adam Stetson said that Goose at White Rock Valley’s location has several miles of trails around, which makes it an urban haven for folks with an active lifestyle. He also mentioned that it is located close to Watercrest Park, Flag Pole Hill Park and the Lake Highlands Town Center for dining and shopping.
Stetson said in a statement, “With the ever-increasing demand for housing in the Dallas market, we are excited to be able to offer homes with exceptional schools, active community involvement, access to fabulous lifestyle amenities nearby and smart and efficient design.” He also said, “We are giving homeowners the lifestyle they want in the locations they desire.”
According to Stetson, residents of Goose at White Rock Valley will have easy access to Interstate 635 and U.S Highway 75, and the development is in the Richardson Independent School District, zoned to White Rock Elementary and Lake Highlands High School.