|77373||Breckenridge Forest||D.R. Horton – Express Homes|
|77373||Breckenridge Forest||KB Home|
|77373||Cypresswood Landing||Legend Homes|
|77373||Enclave at Lexington Woods||Rausch Coleman Homes|
|77385||Imperial Oaks – The Meadows||Ashton Woods Homes ★|
|77385||The Meadows at Imperial Oaks||David Weekley Homes|
|77389||The Woodlands – The Enclave 50’s||Tri Pointe Homes|
|77389||The Woodlands – The Enclave 60’s||Tri Pointe Homes|
|77389||Tres Lagos – Estate Collection||Toll Brothers ★|
|77379||Willow Trace||Anglia Homes|
|77386||Woodson’s Reserve – Aspen Collection||Toll Brothers ★|
|77386||Woodson’s Reserve – Cypress Collection||Toll Brothers ★|
|77386||Woodson’s Reserve – Executive Collection||Toll Brothers ★|
|77386||Woodson’s Reserve – Magnolia Collection||Toll Brothers ★|
|77386||Woodson’s Reserve – Sycamore Collection||Toll Brothers ★|
|77386||Woodson’s Reserve 50’s||Tri Pointe Homes|
|77386||Woodson’s Reserve 60’s||Tri Pointe Homes|
|77386||Woodson’s Reserve 70’s||Tri Pointe Homes|
|77386||Woodson’s Reserve 80’s||Tri Pointe Homes|
Enjoy Spring (Texas) Year Round
Just half an hour north of Houston, you’ll find Spring. This census-designated place has over 60,000 residents who enjoy Spring’s nature, outdoor activities, parks, and history all year round.
The History of Spring
Spring was founded in 1838, in an area that is now known as Old Town Spring. Many of the original buildings in Old Town Spring have been converted into antique shops, clothing stores, and gift shops, which visitors and residents can appreciate today. German immigrants as well as immigrants from Louisiana and the South moved to Spring and began farming the land. After the Houston and Great Northern Railroad arrived in 1871, the community grew, adding mills, cotton gins, schools, and churches to keep up with the rising population. Though the population waned in the 1930s, it bounced back in the late 1940s to about 700. By 1984, the population had reached 15,000 residents.
Living in Spring Today
Today, homebuyers in Spring have plenty to explore in the community. They can take the whole family to restaurants like Rudy’s “Country Store” and Bar-B-Q, an incredibly popular barbecue spot with over 2,000 reviews on Google Maps. There’s also Gringo’s Mexican Kitchen further south off of I-45, and CorkScrew BBQ near Aldine Westfield Road. After grabbing a bite to eat, head to one of Spring’s many parks. Spring Creek Greenway is a 12,000-acre park along Spring Creek where residents can hike on trails, go fishing, or kayak down the creek. The north end of Spring Creek is home to Spring Trails Preserve, a facility that offers wildlife exhibits and natural history programs that kids will love. On the west side of Spring, head to TGR Exotics Wildlife Park, where visitors get up close to exotic animals like tigers and monkeys.
In addition to parks, Spring is home to Wet ‘n’ Wild SplashTown off I-45. The popular water amusement park has lots of water slides and attractions for the whole family. Wet ‘n’ Wild SplashTown is close to convenient shopping spots off the interstate, too. Academy Sports + Outdoors is just up the road near the post office, while Louetta Central, Walmart, Home Depot, and Target lay further south. These amenities are close to Spring High School, McNabb Elementary, and other schools in the Spring School District as well.
Many new homes are being built in Spring now — and they’re perfect for many potential homebuyers. Take your clients on a tour of a new community in Spring so they can find the home (and city) of their dreams.