Homes for Sale in Bunker Hill Forest, Houston, TX

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Community and Real Estate Information

Bunker Hill Forest is a neighborhood in Texas' southern region. It's just minutes from City Center, Memorial City Mall, and the Energy Corridor, and it's located northeast of Hennessey between I-10 and Beltway 8. It is also zoned for the highly acclaimed Spring Branch ISD, making it a great choice for families searching for a new home. Bunker Hill Forest was once a sleepy hamlet with farms and sawmills. Bunker Hill Road, which runs through the community's heart, was named after Issac Bunker, a German immigrant who owned a significant tract of property in the region. Today, the charming cul de sac is home to a selection of move-up houses ideal for purchasers searching for a mid-sized suburban property.


Bunker Hill Forest is a beautiful neighborhood with single-family houses constructed largely in the 1980s. The average house is built on a large, forested property with plenty of room for improvements and amenities. High ceilings and sophisticated furnishings are standard, with basic ranch styles accessible for those seeking a more inexpensive starter home. Traditional styles popular in the 1980s may be seen in the region, including Tudor-style homes, ranch-style homes, and classic brick suburban layouts. The typical appraised value of properties ranges from $243,000 to $452,000, with a per square foot price of $172. With an average of three to four bedrooms and three bathrooms, the estimated floor space is 2,305 square feet on a 5,136 square foot lot. The subdivision's homes are 96 percent owner-occupied.


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Business Opportunities 

Bunker Hill Forest has good air quality. It's one of the features you'll appreciate, especially if you have children who need to breathe clean, fresh air. This neighborhood is also perfect for 34 to 50-year-olds who wish to live in a quiet country setting while being close to a large metropolis. The location is about a mile or two north of the Memorial City Mall. Shopping, dining, and entertainment will all be just outside your front door. 


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Important Considerations

When considering relocating to one of Houston's neighborhoods, keep in mind the constantly hot weather, especially during the summer. However, you can always look forward to a patio weather season.


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Houston, TX Market Report:

Households: 858,374
Median Listing Home Price: $339,900
Median Listing Home Price Per Sqft: $170
Median Rent: $1,172
Average Days on Market: 49
Home Ownership Percentage: 42.3%

Houston, TX Community Report:

Population: 2,340,890
Average Household Income: $81,995
Median Age: 32.9
Associate's Degree or Higher: 38.05%
Elderly Percentage: 10.38%
Cost of Living Score: 96.5


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Sheryl Davis


611 W 22nd Street,

Suite 209

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