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David Weekley Homes is one of the most respected home builders in the country, and we have new homes for sale in College Station, Texas. Located north of Houston, College Station is home to the main campus of the beautiful Texas A&M University. Known as one of the most educated cities in Texas, College Station has several prestigious research institutions. There are plenty of dining options around College Station for foodies to discover, and nearby historical Downtown Bryan has some of the best shopping in town. And of course, the town is abuzz with college football excitement every autumn. With education and food galore, College Station is the ideal place to call home. Among College Station home builders, we stand out by building homes with award-winning, customizable home options. Browse through our Houston new home listings to find a wide variety of floor plans and exterior and interior options. Our new homes have timeless appeal and feature elegant, innovative home design.

We also offer custom built homes, where our service-oriented Team of professional builders and architects will work with you to make your custom home building experience smooth and stress-free. Whether you have your custom home plans finalized or are looking for additional ideas, we will make sure that you are completely satisfied with your new home.

Trust David Weekley Homes to find the ideal new home in College Station for you and your family.

Ratings & Reviews
Rated 1 out of 5 by from No transparency, quality and consideration I have built or remodeled several homes but never had an experience where the people doing the work were so vague about what would happen, provided such limited oversight of the construction and then offered only basic consideration for how to make things right. It started with the sales process. I was "sold" on one house and received something else. As one example, all the houses in this area were multiple colors. The house they were building for me was more monochromatic. When I tried to get a visual of what the house would look like, they kept putting me off. I spent hours on the phone (and online) with Sherwin Williams to understand and offer some suggestions. In the end, David Weekley (DW) declined to take the expert's advice and paint the front door a different color. In fact, the project manager had no compassion for the situation at all. Then, as construction progressed, I started to see issues with the cabinets, tile/grout, painting, windows, trim work and finishing (like caulk and hardware installation). I was here several times a week pointing out issues. When it was far enough along, I even marked issues with blue tape. (I did that 4 times-spending several hours each time.) My last extended trip was on June 20 (closing was June 24) where some of the same issues from the beginning were present. At that point, I had to close on the 24th because I had to be out of my previous home. I had always heard that David Weekley was a good builder and they would make it right. While I believed that to be true, it has not occurred so far. It would appear inexperienced labor was used with inferior products and there was limited oversight to make sure the contractors provided quality work. The result is floor tile with pin holes in the tiles (inferior product), holes in the grout (inexperienced workers), uneven grout lines and grout that will not come clean. The master shower is the biggest disappointment; however, as that tile is uneven, the grout lines are too thick in places and too thin in others, some tiles were cut wrong, there is grout all over the tiles (and window), and the floor is damaged. (It was acid washed a few weeks ago and still is discolored and irregular. I will not accept repairs that would not permanently fix this situation.) Even with the walls in the house, there are places the material added before painting was not applied correctly and is rippled. The baseboards have paint runs, there is excess caulk everywhere (often used to fix a mistake) and doors were painted with dirt on them. These are just a few of the issues where there was no oversight to repair the problems as they occurred. The cabinets are some of the cheapest I have ever seen. While an experienced cabinet installer may have been able to work with these, the installer used could not. I had to demand that doors be replaced but had to live with cabinets that were already compromised. You may be wondering why I didn't do more or demand more before closing. I did keep thinking that DW had a strong reputation and they would fix everything that had been pointed out on previous occasions but not yet fixed. (I do have documentation of these issues and how long they had been ongoing.) Sometimes it was overwhelming because there were so many things wrong. It was hard to focus on just one thing, especially if I was rushed (like on the final walk through). Also, on that night, I was told if there were too many issues, we may not close. The project manager was here that night and kept dismissing concerns (like about the master shower). The message was clear - we know what is wrong and we don't want to list all the items. I still thought they would be fixed; however. I now have a superintendent who is not involved and does not validate that work was never completed as requested, a project manager who cannot be bothered and a warranty rep who says that things are just "cosmetic" even if it is clearly a defect in the construction/workmanship and decreases the value of the home. I have scraped and scrubbed almost every piece of tile, cleaned excess caulk and grout off the floors, baseboards and cabinets, painted some areas that were missed and been available without notice for the few repair people who came by. This is a slow process that seems to get more difficult with time. People forget what work is still yet to be done and they are unsympathetic to what it is like to live in a house that was overpriced and poorly built. I am having out of town guests this weekend, have blue tape everywhere and am embarrassed by such an expensive house that looks like this. DW should be embarrassed too but maybe since the money has exchanged hands, it doesn't really matter. We'll see if that is true after this letter is reviewed. I would like for someone who is in a position to make a difference to contact me so I can show them the issues. That should not be someone local as it is clear they are not that interested in improving the situation. In fact, I almost get the impression they think I am the problem instead of admitting the construction is the problem. I am only the one pointing it out. At this point I am frustrated, overwhelmed and disappointed with this experience. I could not recommend DW until my house is completed the way it should have been in the beginning. That will require skilled labor, at this point.
Date published: 2020-08-07
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Review again a good experience however for us, the design/build process took way too long.
Date published: 2020-08-07
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great product From ground breaking to closing, this home building/buying experience exceeded our expectations. The communication and attention to detail by the entire David Weekley team was outstanding. Every Wednesday, we received a phone update regarding construction progress to date and plans for the upcoming week. We purchased a home that was already detailed by the interior designer and we had the opportunity to change any interior features we desired.
Date published: 2020-08-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Very good processes I love that David Weekly has such tight processes and everything falls into proper order because of it. Their experience shows! My team kept me informed and involved every step of the way. I love the homebuyers web site, the communication with the design team and the builder, and the little touches that really set them apart, like the kit with paint samples, the binder with mechanical and appliance information, and the red carpet on move-in day!
Date published: 2020-08-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by from The Best Experience I was amazed I didn’t have any problems during the building experience. Kari from DW, and Gary the Contractor were so helpful and nice. They were keeping me informed, no surprises, and things went as planned. The home was finished even sooner than first expected. It looked better than I could have imagined. I am so Happy with my David Weekley and and the buying and building experience. I haven’t had a problem with anything since I moved in and the quality of finishing/construction is great. I would not hesitate ever to buy David Weekley. Love the Villas neighborhood, quiet, clean, great location and love the park close by. I’m just happy!
Date published: 2020-08-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Mountainside At Victory I had looked at various other developments and homes. I immediately felt at home as soon as I walked through the door. The development and the home held all the amenities I was looking for.
Date published: 2020-08-05
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Review of My Home The entire homebuilding experience was great! The salesperson kept us completely involved in the process, addressing any concerns we had along the way. The floor plan was exactly what my wife and I were looking for.
Date published: 2020-08-05
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Unforgetable Experience The process was simple and easy. Kristy Keele and Brian Workman made the process so nice. They were with me through every step of the process. I for sure will recommend David Weekley's services to other people.
Date published: 2020-08-04
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Rated 1 out of 5 by from No transparency, quality and consideration I have built or remodeled several homes but never had an experience where the people doing the work were so vague about what would happen, provided such limited oversight of the construction and then offered only basic consideration for how to make things right. It started with the sales process. I was "sold" on one house and received something else. As one example, all the houses in this area were multiple colors. The house they were building for me was more monochromatic. When I tried to get a visual of what the house would look like, they kept putting me off. I spent hours on the phone (and online) with Sherwin Williams to understand and offer some suggestions. In the end, David Weekley (DW) declined to take the expert's advice and paint the front door a different color. In fact, the project manager had no compassion for the situation at all. Then, as construction progressed, I started to see issues with the cabinets, tile/grout, painting, windows, trim work and finishing (like caulk and hardware installation). I was here several times a week pointing out issues. When it was far enough along, I even marked issues with blue tape. (I did that 4 times-spending several hours each time.) My last extended trip was on June 20 (closing was June 24) where some of the same issues from the beginning were present. At that point, I had to close on the 24th because I had to be out of my previous home. I had always heard that David Weekley was a good builder and they would make it right. While I believed that to be true, it has not occurred so far. It would appear inexperienced labor was used with inferior products and there was limited oversight to make sure the contractors provided quality work. The result is floor tile with pin holes in the tiles (inferior product), holes in the grout (inexperienced workers), uneven grout lines and grout that will not come clean. The master shower is the biggest disappointment; however, as that tile is uneven, the grout lines are too thick in places and too thin in others, some tiles were cut wrong, there is grout all over the tiles (and window), and the floor is damaged. (It was acid washed a few weeks ago and still is discolored and irregular. I will not accept repairs that would not permanently fix this situation.) Even with the walls in the house, there are places the material added before painting was not applied correctly and is rippled. The baseboards have paint runs, there is excess caulk everywhere (often used to fix a mistake) and doors were painted with dirt on them. These are just a few of the issues where there was no oversight to repair the problems as they occurred. The cabinets are some of the cheapest I have ever seen. While an experienced cabinet installer may have been able to work with these, the installer used could not. I had to demand that doors be replaced but had to live with cabinets that were already compromised. You may be wondering why I didn't do more or demand more before closing. I did keep thinking that DW had a strong reputation and they would fix everything that had been pointed out on previous occasions but not yet fixed. (I do have documentation of these issues and how long they had been ongoing.) Sometimes it was overwhelming because there were so many things wrong. It was hard to focus on just one thing, especially if I was rushed (like on the final walk through). Also, on that night, I was told if there were too many issues, we may not close. The project manager was here that night and kept dismissing concerns (like about the master shower). The message was clear - we know what is wrong and we don't want to list all the items. I still thought they would be fixed; however. I now have a superintendent who is not involved and does not validate that work was never completed as requested, a project manager who cannot be bothered and a warranty rep who says that things are just "cosmetic" even if it is clearly a defect in the construction/workmanship and decreases the value of the home. I have scraped and scrubbed almost every piece of tile, cleaned excess caulk and grout off the floors, baseboards and cabinets, painted some areas that were missed and been available without notice for the few repair people who came by. This is a slow process that seems to get more difficult with time. People forget what work is still yet to be done and they are unsympathetic to what it is like to live in a house that was overpriced and poorly built. I am having out of town guests this weekend, have blue tape everywhere and am embarrassed by such an expensive house that looks like this. DW should be embarrassed too but maybe since the money has exchanged hands, it doesn't really matter. We'll see if that is true after this letter is reviewed. I would like for someone who is in a position to make a difference to contact me so I can show them the issues. That should not be someone local as it is clear they are not that interested in improving the situation. In fact, I almost get the impression they think I am the problem instead of admitting the construction is the problem. I am only the one pointing it out. At this point I am frustrated, overwhelmed and disappointed with this experience. I could not recommend DW until my house is completed the way it should have been in the beginning. That will require skilled labor, at this point.
Date published: 2020-08-07
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Review again a good experience however for us, the design/build process took way too long.
Date published: 2020-08-07
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great product From ground breaking to closing, this home building/buying experience exceeded our expectations. The communication and attention to detail by the entire David Weekley team was outstanding. Every Wednesday, we received a phone update regarding construction progress to date and plans for the upcoming week. We purchased a home that was already detailed by the interior designer and we had the opportunity to change any interior features we desired.
Date published: 2020-08-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Very good processes I love that David Weekly has such tight processes and everything falls into proper order because of it. Their experience shows! My team kept me informed and involved every step of the way. I love the homebuyers web site, the communication with the design team and the builder, and the little touches that really set them apart, like the kit with paint samples, the binder with mechanical and appliance information, and the red carpet on move-in day!
Date published: 2020-08-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by from The Best Experience I was amazed I didn’t have any problems during the building experience. Kari from DW, and Gary the Contractor were so helpful and nice. They were keeping me informed, no surprises, and things went as planned. The home was finished even sooner than first expected. It looked better than I could have imagined. I am so Happy with my David Weekley and and the buying and building experience. I haven’t had a problem with anything since I moved in and the quality of finishing/construction is great. I would not hesitate ever to buy David Weekley. Love the Villas neighborhood, quiet, clean, great location and love the park close by. I’m just happy!
Date published: 2020-08-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Mountainside At Victory I had looked at various other developments and homes. I immediately felt at home as soon as I walked through the door. The development and the home held all the amenities I was looking for.
Date published: 2020-08-05
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Review of My Home The entire homebuilding experience was great! The salesperson kept us completely involved in the process, addressing any concerns we had along the way. The floor plan was exactly what my wife and I were looking for.
Date published: 2020-08-05
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Unforgetable Experience The process was simple and easy. Kristy Keele and Brian Workman made the process so nice. They were with me through every step of the process. I for sure will recommend David Weekley's services to other people.
Date published: 2020-08-04
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