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About Kingwood

The gorgeous community of Kingwood is known as “The Livable Forest” for a good reason. Its 15,000 acres are covered with mature trees and lush green space. It has 500 acres of parks and nature preserves along with 75 miles of hiking/biking trails threading through its various neighborhoods, creating a wonderful refuge from the hustle and bustle of the big city. All of the greenery makes it easy to forget that it’s only a 30-minute drive or less to the best things urban Houston can offer. Kingwood was founded in 1971 and has steadily grown ever since. It’s comprised of nearly 40 villages representing a wide array of home styles and values, so buyers have plenty of options available. Also, several villages are under development offering new, single-family home construction on lot sizes ranging from 55’ to 75’.

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Quick Facts

Current Prices: $43,100 to $5,500,000

Closed Prices: $45,000 to $2,980,000

Median Sale Price: $290,000

Average $ per sq ft: $134

Association Fee Ranges: $400 to $590/quarter, $0 to $1200, $100 to $1104/mo, $0 to $12820

Type: Attached Home (Condo, Townhouse, Loft, etc.), Single-Family Home

Age: 1930 to 2021

Sq. Ft.: 1930 to 2021 Sq. Ft.

Bedrooms: 1 to 6 Bedrooms

Bathrooms: 1 to 11 Bathrooms

Lot Size: 0 - 5+ acres

Around Kingwood

The centerpiece of the community is The Clubs of Kingwood Country Club. It boasts 36 holes of golf on award-winning courses, one of the largest tennis facilities in Houston, and a state-of-the-art fitness center. Its water park is very popular with residents of all ages, as it offers an adult pool, a family pool, a splash pad for younger children, and a huge water slide. Many of Kingwood's villages have their own clubhouses with junior olympic pools. The clubhouses typically have community rooms equipped for meetings and family get-togethers. The pools are available to residents during normal operating hours, but they are also host to each of the village's youth swim teams, which are very active in the local swim league. Shopping is easy in Kingwood. There are two retail zones that are centrally located and provide a robust range of casual dining, grocery, and banking services. Houston's public transit system, Metro, has a major park-and-ride facility in the center of Kingwood, providing commuter service to downtown daily. Kingwood spans two counties: Harris and Montgomery. Kids living in Harris County attend Humble ISD schools, while Montgomery kids attend New Caney ISD. Both school districts receive high marks from a number of different ranking services. In addition to the public schools, there are several private schools and a community college within Kingwood's boundaries.

Athletics abound in Kingwood. Adults and children can take golf, tennis, or swimming lessons at the club. Cycling, yoga, and exercise classes at the fitness center are offered seven days week and up to four times daily on weekdays. For those looking to compete, there are youth and adult leagues for virtually every major sport. Kingwood is home to over 100 clubs. Civic-minded residents have several service organizations to choose from. Artists, writers, actors, and dancers can find creative groups to work with. Women's groups, ranging from new moms clubs to women-in-business associations, are very active. Town Center Park serves as Kingwood's focal point for many of its community events. Seasonal events are very popular with residents. Mardi Gras and the Fourth of July are the most popular, and they include parades, live music, and local vendors. The park also has farmers' markets, food truck festivals, and car shows scheduled regularly throughout the year.

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