April 30, 2015
After 30 years of homebuilding experience, Tom Grant and Gene Rowehl founded Centerra Homes in the Austin area five years ago. In Mueller, Centerra currently offers detached single-family Garden Court Homes designed by twice named Austin Architect of the Year, Emily Little of Clayton & Little Architects. The homes will be located along Zach Scott and Moreno streets in the newest area of homes near Mueller’s former control tower with move-in dates set for September 2015.
The modern homes will feature a mix of polished concrete and hardwood floors complemented by quartz countertops and brushed nickel lighting. Centerra’s outdoor concept offers multiple alfresco living spaces complete with a custom designed landscaping plan. Centerra places a high value on sustainable, energy efficient homes, making them a natural fit for Mueller’s community.
“Building in Mueller has been our dream. We love the history and vision of the community,” said Grant. “The conservation and sustainable mindset of Mueller’s plan speaks to the heart of our mission which encourages green, sustainable living in Central Texas.”
Centerra stays involved in the Austin community by supporting several nonprofit organizations, including Mobile Loaves & Fishes, the Capital Area Food Bank of Texas and Habitat for Humanity. Centerra was recently recognized for its contribution to energy-efficient construction and environmental protection by winning the 2015 Market Leader Award from ENERGY STAR®. The Texas Association of Builders also named Centerra the 2013 Home Builder of the Year.
Move-in dates are scheduled for September 2015 and details on square footage and design layouts can be found on Centerra’s website.
Come on out and get to know Mueller. To get acquainted with the full vision for Mueller, please visit our information center, Mueller Central, located at 4550 Mueller Blvd. Click here for address and operating hours.
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For more information regarding Mueller's Design Book, click here.