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The City of Manvel

Manvel is about 20 miles south of Houston along TX-288. It’s a tiny city with an estimated 7,100 residents since 2014. Are your homebuyers searching for a small, quiet community? They may just find their new home in Manvel.

Manvel was originally named Pomona, but its name was changed after a similarly named town in West Texas was discovered. The city was then renamed after a man who became president of the Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railway. After the first group of settlers made a home on Chocolate Bayou in 1857, the community grew, adding grocers, a physician, schools, and a post office. Manvel became a rich oil-producing community after the Texas Oil Company found oil in 1931. In 1975 Manvel had just 110 residents, but the population then increased to nearly 4,000 in the 1990s.

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Life in Manvel

Today, Manvel residents enjoy quiet living outside of Houston. City parks like Croix Memorial Park and Clarence E. Sasser Park are well maintained, with trails, sports facilities, and playgrounds. For families that frequently go on the road, there are many highly-rated RV resorts in Manvel. Pearland RV Park, Twin Lakes RV Resort, and Mustang Bayou RV Park are great facilities for RV and campers.

Parks and RV facilities are also not far from some of Manvel’s local eateries, many of which are located off TX-6. Local chain The Burger Barn has creative burgers, wings, and tacos in a festive, rustic atmosphere. Not far from The Burger Barn is Honore’s Cajun Cafe, a highly-rated spot for Cajun comfort food. After homebuyers have had a meal at some of Manvel’s best restaurants, they can run errands or go shopping nearby. Miss Ellie’s Antiques, Collectibles and More is a huge vintage store off TX-6 that will inspire hours of browsing. Aldi, Fresno Food Market, and Kroger are just a short drive away for convenience. So are Manvel’s schools, which are served by Alvin Independent School District. E C Mason Elementary School, Manvel High School, and Rodeo Palms Junior High are all conveniently located near major Manvel highways.

If your homebuyers are searching for budget-friendly homes in a serene, close-knit community, Manvel is a must-see. With new residences constantly in development in the area, your clients are sure to find a floor plan and neighborhood they love.

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Last updated: 9-26-2023



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