Tradition Homes touts design in Colleyville

The Dallas Builders Association’s Home of the Week is the two-story design at 3905 Campania Court in the gated community of Creekside at Colleyville. Built by Tradition Homes, this residence features 3,854 square feet of interior space, four bedrooms, 4½ bathrooms and a three-car garage.

Creekside at Colleyville is a gated community just west of State Highway 121, close to DFW International Airport and offering access to Dallas, Plano, Las Colinas and Fort Worth employment centers and city life. It is also near sports venues, theme parks and entertainment and dining options in Arlington and Southlake. Creekside students may attend Colleyville schools.

Priced at $755,900, this home features a courtyard entry and an open floor plan with a family room, kitchen and dining room designed for entertaining and overlooking a spacious patio and yard. The kitchen is equipped with Whirlpool stainless-steel appliances, a six-burner gas stovetop, an expansive island for food prep or casual dining and a large pantry. The first floor includes a spacious study/home office, the owner’s suite and a second bedroom with a bathroom. The luxury owner’s suite has a spa-like bathroom with a tub, large shower and spacious closet.

Two large bedrooms, two bathrooms, a game room and a media room are on the second floor.

Tradition Homes builds its residences to Green Built Texas’ high standards for water efficiency, indoor air quality and energy efficiency. Smart home features include a Google Nest Learning programmable thermostat, Ring Elite doorbell, Home automation controller, Whirlpool smart oven and smart-enabled dimmer switches to control lighting. This home’s Wi-Fi package includes a Kwikset Smart Code electronic deadbolt.

To visit the home or the model at 3604 Valmur Ave. in Colleyville, take Highway 121 to Cheek Sparger Road and exit going west to the entrance of Creekside at Colleyville. For more information, contact Kim McCaffrey at 214-335-4387 or [email protected] Visit

Headquartered in McKinney, Tradition Homes builds on the 30-plus-year Darling family reputation for award-winning design, quality and customer care. Chairman Bill Darling and president Zach Schneider (Darling’s son-in-law) lead a team of design, customer service and building experts committed to excellence on every level, said a company spokesperson. Tradition Homes also builds in Light Farms in Celina, where the Home of the Week design is available.

This Home of the Week is presented by the Dallas Builders Association. For information on the association, visit

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