THE WOODLANDS NEWEST VILLAGE CREEKSIDE PARK

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Real Estate Agent with Keller Williams

Woodlands Newest Village of Creekside Park

Real Estate in Creekside Park

Homes for sale in Creekside Park vary in prices starting from the $200s upwards to about $3 million plus. The real estate here features a wonderful mix of different designs and styles to suit all tastes and preferences. Homes in the greater Woodlands area are almost similar in terms of design, styles as well as prices.

Creekside Park is one of the newest villages in the Woodlands. Plans are underway to include 7,100 residences in a varying styles and price ranges alongside parks and green spaces, which will include the 1,700-acre George Mitchell Nature Preserve.

Of all the Woodland villages, Creekside Park has a reputation of being the most "park like" owing to the abundant green spaces and outdoor recreational facilities. Its most marvelous feature is its 1,700-acre George Mitchell Nature reserve which includes frontage that runs seven miles along Spring Creek. The preserve adds a great deal to the value of real estate in Creekside Park. It is larger than both Hermann Park and Memorial Park combined, and forms part of the Spring Creek Greenway Project.

Real estate in Creekside Park comprises of a nature center, scenic trails, canoe and kayak launches. As with all villages of The Woodlands, Creekside Park includes a large selection of village center shopping where Woodlands families go to shop and to engage in other recreational activities. These and many other luxuries are what make life in the villages of the Woodlands so amazing.

So far, an estimated 520 families have so far bought homes in Creekside Park. This ninth and newest village of the Woodlands has many parks and amenities that these new home owners are now enjoying. Homes in Creekside Park are designed with an emphasis on outdoor recreation and becoming one with nature. It includes 1,850 acres of parklands encompassing the 1,700-acre George Mitchell Nature Preserve, the Rob Fleming Park that is 20-acres long and the 72-acre LakePaloma.

The award-winning George Mitchell Nature Preserve has two trailheads that are ideal for mountain biking, hiking and bird watching. This preserve forms part of the Spring Creek Green Way project. The Rob Fleming Park has a Craftsman-style lodge that is ideal for outdoor performances. The park boasts of a one-acre pond and picnic area, a festival field, playground and Meadow that is covered with color when early spring comes around. The Rob Fleming Aquatic Center sits at the edge of Lake Paloma on a 13-acre site. The Aquatic Center is open to all Woodlands residents for a small fee.

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