“The front porches of homes are showcased and the overall effect is this park-like setting. Because none of the houses are parallel, scenic views are preserved, and variety enhanced. We are able to create a sense of arrival.”
Aurora Vista is among the first in Texas to introduce Coving, an award-winning land-planning technique that eschews the assumption that homes must be parallel to the street. In our community, we celebrate our natural terrain. The streets meander and the homes are set back to conform to the area’s rolling topography. Coving gives homeowners increased front yard space and the perception of greater overall space. It gives them inviting streetscapes, artfully framed views and enhanced property values.
For example, our first phase – aptly named Highpoint at Aurora Vista – features higher land and vista views, while the new Groves of Aurora offers home sites that sit deeply in groves of oak trees. Within this planned country community of only 150 custom-built homes are over 30 acres of greenbelt, ponds and playing fields, and more than two miles of nature trails that connect to nearby, independently operated equestrian stables.