Toll Brothers donates lot in NorthGrove to 2019 Benefit Homes Project

Toll Brothers Donates Homesite for GHBA Charity

Terry SwensonBenefit Homes Project, Charity Projects, Member News

Toll Brothers, the developer of NorthGrove has donated a homesite for a 2019 Greater Houston Builders Association (GHBA) Benefit Home to be built by Chesmar Homes. Chesmar is building its Mesquite Plan for this 39 year old charity fundraiser. The beneficiaries of the Benefit Homes Project are HomeAid Houston and Operation Finally Home.

Toll Brothers donates lot in NorthGrove to 2019 Benefit Homes Project

NorthGrove is located off FM 2978 in Magnolia, Texas in southern Montgomery County. The community is conveniently located within minutes from The Woodlands while offering a more intimate, small town feel. It is also just a short drive from major employers, shopping centers, al fresco dining, and cultural centers.

This heavily wooded community offers more than 200 acres of preserved green space, hike and bike trails, a children’s play area, a fitness center, natural waterscapes, luxury outdoor gathering spaces, three community lakes and a 7.5 acre recreation center called The Retreat. This center gets its name for the 9,400 sq. ft. clubhouse that is a contemporary lodge design and features numerous amenities.


“For Toll Brothers, it’s a great honor to contribute to the Benefit Homes Project for its meaningful cause. It is evident by the tremendous success of the Project, that it truly makes a profound difference in our community.”

David Assid, Toll Brothers Houston Division President

Chesmar recently broke ground on the 2,746 sq. ft. Mesquite Plan, a two-story design featuring four bedrooms with a fifth bedroom/study option, three full baths, walk-in closets, a game room, an island kitchen and a two-story open family room off the kitchen.

The Benefit Homes Project has raised $11 million since it began.

MORE INFO: Contact Terry Swenson at (281) 664-1442 or for more information on how you can participate as a Benefit Home builder/developer or donate labor/materials as a Project vendor.

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Terry Swenson


A writer and a photographer, Terry Swenson is GHBA's director of public relations.