Pulling from ancient Spanish inspiration, Bold Fox Development is naming its newest community La Segarra.
Located along Gassner Road and FM 362 in Brookshire, Tex., La Segarra will emulate the landscape of the La Segarra region found northwest of Barcelona, Spain, and dating back to the 11th century. Colors with ancient tones, stone blocks and other natural materials will be used throughout the 215-acre development, as well as landscaping reminiscent of the region.
“We’ve always envisioned this community to have a pastoral feel, but wanted to veer away from Texas rustic,” said Alex Kamkar, Managing Shareholder of Bold Fox Development. “The Spanish Revival aesthetic will give La Segarra a defined identity and create something unique in the Houston residential landscape.”
Kamkar said he and his team are looking at various ways to incorporate imagery of Old Spanish countryside into La Segarra, including the entry monument, within a community roundabout and at the 1.8-acre lakeside recreation area.
“This will be a different twist on the prairie land this area of Houston is known for while still maintaining the land’s country ambiance,” Kamkar said.
Bold Fox Development purchased the land this spring. La Segarra will have 658 homes at build-out, with 116 lots in the first section.
Kamkar said he is finalizing development agreements and planning, with the community moving into engineering and design next. He expects homesites to be delivered in about 18 months.
Launched in 2019, Bold Fox Development is developing Venetian Pines in Conroe, which moves into its second phase later this year. Construction of Cherrywood Estates in Tomball recently started, and the 470-acre Attwater community is expected to break ground later this year.