TOUR THE WOODLANDS ~ VILLAGE OF PANTHER CREEK
Welcome to my continuing series of getting to know The Woodlands, TX one village and business center at a time. Our community is very large and offers something for everyone. Due to our dense forest and the great of the Developers, it can be quite confusing navigating through the area. Hopefully this series will help a new resident or visitor to The Woodlands get to know the community.
The Village of Panther Creek was the second village to be developed in The Woodlands and opened back in 1977. The Village is located just west of The Woodlands Mall and boasts of being close to the freeway and shopping thus making it a very desirable location. There are now approximately 3,600 homes in Panther Creek.
A portion of the Village borders the western edge of Lake Woodlands providing some wonderful waterfront neighborhoods. There are some beautiful homes along the water with price tags over $4 million for a few of these stunning properties. The village however, has many affordable homes ranging from the low $100's and up.
There are 13 parks dotted throughout the Village. As with all of the villages of The Woodlands, there are also schools to provide easy access to the neighborhoods. The award winning Conroe ISD proudly operates the schools within this village.
The Panther Creek Shopping Center is known for it's central location and the many annual activiites that are held there each year. The Annual Halloween Festival and the upcoming Arts and Crafts Festival. The Arts Festival is coming up on November 12, 2011. I will be posting about this event soon.
The shopping center is also the home of The Woodlands Children's Museum. Take the kids to visit this wonderful museum and then enjoy a meal at one of the many fine restaurants in the center.
If you are interested in getting to know The Woodlands, give me a call. I love our community and would be pleased to show you around. I am your Woodlands Real Estate Expert and would be proud to assist you with your next real estate transaction.
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