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MainVue Homes

MainVue Homes is part of the internationally respected Henley Properties Group and is also a part of Sumitomo Forestry Group.  With their worldwide relationship, they built over 13,000 homes in 2018.  They have been building in Australia to Japan and now recently in the past few years expanded to the United States market.
MainVue Homes has been building in the Dallas Texas cities which are Colleyville, Frisco, Prosper, and Celina.  

They are known for bright, open floor plan, modern color schemes, sleek, outdoor fireplace for entertaining, and popular contemporary look.  They are also one of the few that build stucco exterior here in the Dallas Ft. Worth area with a contemporary look.  Builders typically build Mediterranean look here in the Dallas Ft. Worth area when using a stucco exterior.  They are the only homebuilder that is building this type of look and feel in the DFW area.

Customers express how they love the luxury designs they offer and the beautiful backyard option they offer as part of their home options.  They have also recently expanded into Prosper Texas in the popular Windsong neighborhood.  This neighborhood has the first pool of its kind in Texas.  This Blue Lagoon encompasses 5 acres and is 8 feet at its deepest.  Find out more information on each neighborhood they are building below.

MainVue Home Highlights

  • The first builder that builds Contemporary homes at this quality and volume.
  • Open floor plan
  • Stucco Exterior
  • Valuted Celing in Master
  •  Luxury outdoor Living
  •  Outdoor Room enclosed Option
  • Built-in fire place
 
 
  • They are part of the world wide company which gives buyers access to the latest designs.

  • They leverage their buying power being a global builder and pass on those savings to their customers.

Find Mainvue New Homes in these Neighborhoods below

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