Stallion Lakes is a massive home development in this Houston suburb

by HomeDecorBeauty


A small community of ranches and farms scattered outside Houston is about to complete a large luxury new residential development that includes five lakes and several trails.

Houston-based Kickerillo Homes is partnering with local businessman Bill Bean to launch a 394-acre gated community in the Hockley area of ​​unincorporated Harris County, about 44 miles northwest of downtown Houston.

The community, called Stallion Lakes, is expected to have one- and two-story homes ranging from 4,500 to 5,000 square feet. Once fully built, the homes typically fetch more than $1 million, said Diane Kingshill, an associate broker with the Kingshill Martini Group of real estate brokerage Compass Real Estate. Stallion Lakes is located at 24609 Magnolia Road, about 1.5 miles from Oil Ranch, a family-friendly amusement park and ranch.

“I own a house in Hockley and can personally recognize the quality of life here. Getting to and from Houston is easy, even daily,” Kinghill said in an email. “The Kickerillo Companies have been looking for land like Stallion Lakes for years. The property is in a great location and the land is designed to provide a beautiful community for future home buyers.”

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According to Compass, developers have already started selling plots in the future community with prices ranging from $300,000 to $690,000. The price of those parcels alone would certainly put the neighborhood in the luxury category of this zip code, where a typical home is currently worth about $318,000, according to Zillow.

At this price, future Stallion Lakes residents will get customizable mansions on large tracts ranging from 1.5 acres to over 3.5 acres. Buyers will hire one of five home builders to build the home, including Kickerillo Companies, Jeff Paul Homes, Matter Powers Custom Homes, Morning Star Builders and William David Homes.

The original site was on the market on Thursday, although a handful of buyers had snapped up the site and would break ground within the next two months, Kingshill said. She added that the 115-family community is on the rise, with undulating terrain, and most of the space is expected to be preserved and integrated into the hiking trail system.

“This land truly takes your breath away,” added Kelli Kickerillo, CEO of Kickerillo Companies, in a statement. “It’s a way to escape the city and sits on some of the most beautiful properties we’ve ever seen.”

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