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Marchel Peterson Spring Texas Realtor®
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Spring TX Real Estate
Spring Texas covers a large geographic area located along I-45, about 20 miles north of Houston. Most of Spring is in unincorporated Northwest Harris County but part of Spring extends in to unincorporated Montgomery County. Spring" does not have official boundaries since it is not incorporated; there is not an actual town of Spring. The area is close enough to Houston to be able to enjoy the amenities but far enough away to still feel like you are in the country. It is very accessible to the amenities of the Woodlands
Spring Texas real estate is plentiful with new custom homes, new builder homes, and resale homes available. Housing Prices Range from $70,000 to over $1,000,000. Homes on land are getting a little harder to find but there are still some properties available where you can get small acreage sites with a home. Spring is an easy commute in to Houston. It is also very assessible to all the amenities of The Woodlands..
The Spring area covers three different school districts. To the east of I-45 in Harris county you will find Spring ISD. To the west of I-45 also in Harris county is Klein ISD and to the north in Montgomery county is Conroe ISD.
Golf is big around the Spring area with many golf course communities such as Augusta Pines, Gleannloch Farms, Windrose and Northampton to name a few. They all offer exceptional amenities with a variety of lakes, walking paths, aquatic centers, equestrian complexes and community centers.
The area was settled by German immigrants in 1840. The Wunsche family settled in the area and began farming the land. The area had a tremendous growth after the railroad was built through the town in 1871. The town served as a railroad center in the early 1900's. You can visit the Spring Texas Historical Museum to find out a more complete history of the area.
Old Town Spring is a restored railroad village of the early 1900s with some 150 shops featuring antiques, arts, crafts, clothing, and restaurants. It is open Tues.-Sat. 10 a.m. - 5 p.m., Sun. noon- 5 p.m. I-45 at Spring Cypress Road, Exit 70A, and one mile east.
The area is booming with many new shopping facilities opening up. A new Wal-mart has been built at the corner of 2920 and Kuykendahl which has made shopping much more accessible for the rural areas of Spring.
Surrounding areas of Tomball, Magnolia and The Woodlands!
Tomball Texas is located approximately 28 miles northwest of Houston along State Highway 249. Unlike most of Northwest Harris County which is unincorporated the city of Tomball is an actual town. The City of Tomball has a local government, city ordinances, public works, city council, community center. The City's slogan is the hometown with a heart and with the warm friendly people they truly are.
With a rich history; the town has been around for over 90 years. It was first a railroad town and then became an oil town. The town was named after State Senator Thomas Henry Ball in 1907. Thomas Ball helped the town get established as a railroad center. Dramatic changes happened back in 1933 when oil hit. A 100-foot gusher totally changed the area attracting hundreds of new people to the community. The city made a deal with Humble Oil and Gas allowing them to drill in the city. As part of the agreement the residents had free oil and gas for 50 years. The town was featured in Ripley's Believe It or Not as being the only city with free gas and water and no cemetery.
Magnolia Texas is located about 45 minutes to an hour from the city. If you are looking for a home on land close to the city this is the place to go. Magnolia TX Real estate is booming with country subdivisions popping up all over the place. All you have to do to enjoy the landscape is look around you will find beautiful forest, rolling hills and much more. The town in the last few years has experienced phenomenal growth.
Horses and Magnolia TX goes together. This is the area where you can find horse property and still be able to commute to the city. The town has several stores that stock feed, supplies, tack, clothing and more. It is not hard to find veterinary services in and around the Magnolia area. If you don't have a horse, no problem, there are plenty of horses for sale around Magnolia. Typically the country subdivisions will allow one horse per acre.
The town of Magnolia is actually very small as you enter the city there is a sign that says population 1,111. Now the market area of Magnolia is HUGE. It extends from FM 2978 to the East of the town of Magnolia clear over to Roberts Cemetery Road on the west side of Magnolia
The Woodlands located along I-45, about 25 miles north of Houston in Montgomery county. The newest village is being built in Harris County just to the south. It is one of the original master planned communities in the nation. From its inception in 1974, the Woodlands have continued its concept of blending nature with today's modern conveniences. This creates a lifestyle unequalled almost anywhere in America. The Woodlands is nestled in 27,000 acres of towering pines, oaks, dogwoods and other assorted vegetation. You sometimes feel like you have to search through the trees to find anything but that is the ambiance of the Woodlands.
Community service organizations organize resident programs such as The Woodlands Watch and they also provide resident forums for community involvement. Some of the community events that are organized include a Fourth of July parade, the First NightTM New Year's Eve celebration, National Night Out, art shows, flea markets, Earth Day, and dozens of other neighbor-to-neighbor events. The developer is always looking for ways to better the Woodlands, such as giving Free trees away on Arbor Day. Free seeds are made available at the wildflower festival through the Lion's Club. Some other events in the village centers include Pumpkinmania and Halloween costume contests, a Winter Festival, and an annual Heart Walk.
The Woodlands newest village The Village of Creekside Park has their grand opening in October of 2007. Creekside Village is being built on 3,492 acres and they are planning for 7,100 residences. There will be a mixture of single family homes, age qulified homes (55 and over), multi family residences and custom and estate homes in the gated community of Carlton Woods Creekside. Rob Fleming Park will be opening in the first phase. The park is named for Texas Parks and Wildlife Naturalist and artist Rob Fleming. The park has playgrounds, picnic areas, tree lined promenades and will be surrounded by wildflowers.