Benefit home: Toll Brothers donates charity site

Benefit home: Toll Brothers donates charity site

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Toll Brothers, the developer of NorthGrove a a variety of other communities in the Houston area, recently donated a homesite for a 2019 Greater Houston Builders Association (GHBA) Benefit home to be built by Chesmar Homes.

Chesmar is building its Mesquite Plan for this 39-year-old charity fundraiser.


The beneficiaries of the Benefit Homes Project are HomeAid Houston and Operation Finally Home.

Each year two homes are built by GHBA builders with donated materials, labor and services. The homes include upgrades and amenities not often found in other homes with similar pricing. They are sold at market value and proceeds are divided between the two charities.

NorthGrove is located off FM 2978 in Magnolia, Texas in southern Montgomery County.

NorthGrove is over 200 acres of preserved green space, hike-and-bike trails, natural waterscapes, outdoor gathering spaces, three community lakes and a 7.5-acre recreation center called The Retreat.


Chesmar Homes’ 2,746-square-foot Mesquite Plan is a two-story design featuring four bedrooms with a fifth bedroom/study option, three full baths, walk-in closets, a game room, an island kitchen and a two-story family room off the kitchen.

For more information, visit www.ghba.org or call 281-970-8970.

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