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We love building beautiful custom homes on empty lots. If you have the lot, we have the tools to help you build the home of your dreams from initial design, to site prep, to completion. At Sullivan Brothers Builders, we love sitting down with a client and designing a...

Timbergrove Trails: Pre-Grand Opening Pricing

Sullivan Brothers Builders new community, Timbergrove Trails, is quickly developing. The community offers Houston's inner loop lifestyle at a competitive rate. The location offers easy access to many of Houston's amenities including the Heights, Downtown, Galleria,...

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Keep your home safe! Living near the Gulf and on the East Coast automatically puts you and your home in harm's way during Hurricane Season. Keep you and your home safe to the best of your abilities with these steps: Verify homeowners insurance and purchase flood...

Builders Find Room To Grow In Spring, Tomball, Cypress and Klein

HOUSTON CHRONICLE – AUGUST 10, 2017 – Residential communities continue to develop throughout northwest Houston.

Homebuilders and developers are working to meet the demand for new housing as transportation improvements and business growth continue to drive more residents to the area.

Toll Brothers and Texas-based Cernus Development are building Woodson’s Reserve, a new housing community close to Interstate 45 and the Hardy Toll Road.

Also under development is the expansion of Wildwood at NorthPointe, the Reserves at Spring Lakes, located on Zion Road, and the Woodtrace community off Texas 249, which will have 850 homes upon completion.

Home sales have been strong in the Bridgeland master-planned community in Cypress, said Heath Melton, vice president of MPC Residential, The Howard Hughes Corp. In total, more than 2,800 homes have been built or are currently under construction in Bridgeland and more than 2,700 are occupied.

Island Home Built Around Couple’s Extensive Art Collection

COAST MAGAZINE – APRIL, 2017 – A copper milk can at the entrance to the home Teri Schaper Tillotson helped design evokes the dairy farm her forebears operated on Galveston Island. But Tillotson has reached even further back in history to create the look and design of her home in Evia, a West End island neighborhood.

Barn doors from 17th-century India, a vintage French factory window frame and a 19th-century French Louis XVI buffet with its original painted finish are among the show-stopping elements she and her husband, Dolph Tillotson, have incorporated into both their home’s elements and its furnishings.

It is a home the Tillotsons have been thinking about for a long time.