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To facilitate communication and information, please contact Diamond Association Management (DAMC’s) homeowner portal login on our website, along the left hand side (desktop) or bottom (smartphone), that allows every owner access to their account, to include balance, covenant letters, ACC letters, a directory for the community, ability to pay dues, and more. To register for the homeowner portal, you can send an email to our current manager and request a portal invite for Promontory Pointe. They will process the request and email you back with a registration link and information. The portal allows a maximum of two users per property owned.
Nestled at the foot of the Texas Hill Country, the Promontory Pointe neighborhood offers beautiful views, lots of oak trees, sidewalks, street lights and all the amenities of City living in a country setting.
Promontory Pointe is located two miles North of Loop 1604 in Stone Oak II. It is a Planned Unit Development (PUD) featuring gated and non-gated areas. To reach Promontory Pointe, go North of Loop 1604 on Blanco Road for two miles. Turn right at the traffic light onto Wilderness Oak and travel approximately one mile. You will see Wilderness Oak Elementary School on your left, and The Peak At Promontory gated community and the non-gated Promontory Pointe area with pool, sports court and park between the two entrances to the neighborhood on Promontory Circle, on your right. A little farther up Wilderness Oak on your left is the entrance to Promontory Reserve, a gated community. Farther up on your right is another entrance to Promontory Pointe, at Prospect Hill, and next on your left is the entrance to Promontory Heights, another gated community. You may also access our neighborhood from Knights Cross by turning West on Knights Cross from Stone Oak Parkway. The neighborhood begins on Knights Cross near the water tower and is marked by Promontory Pointe landscaping pillars.
Infrastructure and Facilities
Promontory Pointe has several unique features that set us apart from other neighborhoods. Over a mile of manicured and landscaped medians and perimeter areas along Wilderness Oak and Knights Cross, stone perimeter walls for each neighborhood set back from the street to reduce noise and increase privacy, lighted entrances, brick and wrought iron walls on corner lots at major feeder streets, a large pool and smaller children’s pool, open air pavilion, sport court, park with playgrounds, and green areas are just some of these features.
Perry Homes was the primary builder in Promontory Pointe through November, 2005. Legacy Homes and Ryland Homes then became large builders in the area building in The Peak At Promontory, The Reserve, and Heights. Green Homebuilders was the most recent builder in Promontory Pointe with several lots to complete the final closeout. Home prices in the neighborhood range from the $220’s to the $400’s.