Avalon (281) 242-6000
A 427-acre custom home community with over 70 acres of lakes which is projected to be home
to 800 families over the next 5 to 7 years. New housing ranges from $180,000 to
$800,000. Amenities include a recreation center with lagoon-style pool, tennis
courts, jogging paths, sailing, canoeing and other waterfront recreational sports.
Directions - Take US 59 South to Sweetwater Blvd. exit. Go over the highway on Sweetwater
to Elkins Road and turn right. Avalon is approximately one mile down Elkins Road. The
Sales and Information Center is on the left at One Avalon Place. School district -
First Colony (281)
Development started in 1976. This 9,700 acre community contains neighborhoods segmented by
price range and styles. Many greenbelts, parks, lakes and beautiful landscaped boulevards.
This community is projected to support 14,800 families. Restaurants and shopping are
nearby and plentiful. New housing ranges from 110,000 to more than $1 million. Amenities
include a private country club & golf course, several lakes, and aquatic center.
Directions - Take US 59 South to the Sweetwater Blvd. exit. Turn left onto Sweetwater
Blvd. The Information Center is at 4011 Sweetwater Blvd. School district -
Development began in 1986 on this 1,450 acre community that is home to a projected 4,000
families at completion. New housing prices range from $120,000 to $900,000. Amenities
include a daily fee golf course, parks, lakes and trails, and a recreation complex.
Directions - Take US 59 South to the Grand Parkway exit. Turn left on Crabb River Road and
go over the freeway. Turn left onto the feeder road, heading back toward Houston.
The entrance to Greatwood is on the right. School district - LCISD.
This 1,000 acre community is home to 900 families. There are many lake front homes. New
housing prices range from $120,000 to more than $1 million. Amenities include fishing,
boating, nature preserves and 130 acres of lakes. Directions - From US 59 South, turn left
on Hwy. 6, travel about 5 miles past First Colony Mall, then turn left on Lake Olympia
Parkway. Follow the signs to the Visitor's Center. School district -
Territory (281) 565-0300
Development began in 1986 on this 3,100 acre community that is home to a projected 7,500
families. New housing prices range from $80,000 to $800,000. Amenities include a
private club, recreation centers, parks, lakes, and 450 acres of greenbelt and trails.
Directions - Take US 59 South to the Grand Parkway. Turn north (right) and
follow the signs. School district - FBISD.
Development began in 1977 on this 1,400 acre community that is home to a projected 3,800
families. New housing prices range from $100,000 to $400,000. Amenities include a 27
hole golf course, pools, parks, and country club. School district -
One of the oldest neighborhoods in the Missouri City area, development began in 1969 on
this 2,530 acre community that is home to a projected 4,800 families. New housing prices
range from $90,000 to $150,000 and resale prices range from $100,000 to $500,000.
Amenities include 54 holes of golf, country club, pools, tennis courts, and parks.
Directions - Quail Valley is located south of Hwy 90A, north of Hwy 6, east of Dulles
Avenue and west of Texas Parkway. School district - FBISD.
Plantation (281) 778-7777
Development began in mid 1996 on this 7,300 acre community that will be home to a
projected 14,000 homes. Amenities include a golf course (to be developed), parks, lakes,
Brazos river frontage, and recreation facilities. Directions - From US 59 South, exit at
Williams Trace Blvd. Turn left on Williams Trace to Hwy 6. Turn left on Hwy. 6 and go 5 ½
miles to the Sienna Plantation main entrance. Turn right and follow the signs to the
Information Center. School district - FBISD.
Creek (281) 491-8977
Development began in 1969 on this 1,200 acre community that is home to a projected 1,684
families. New housing prices range from $150,000 to $750,000. Amenities include two
private country clubs, parks, and pools. Directions - Take US 59 South to the Sugar
Creek exit. Turn left onto Sugar Creek and go past the reflecting pool and 5
historic columns that were obtained when the 19th century Galveston County Courthouse was
razed. For more information on this neighborhood, contact the Sugar Creek Homes
Association, Inc., 13515 Southwest Fwy., Suite 215, Sugar Land, Texas 77478. School
district - FBISD.
Lakes (281) 242-6000
Development began in 1978 on this 330 acre community that is very close to its projected
population of 600 families. New housing prices range from $190,000 to $450,000. Amenities
include lake front jogging trails, pools, and a community complex. Directions - Take US 59
South to the Williams Trace Blvd. exit. Turn right at Williams Trace onto Sugar
Lakes Drive. To obtain information about the development, call the Avalon Sales &
Information Center at (281) 242-6000. School district - FBISD.
Plantation (281) 342-2800
All homesites are approximately one acre and each lot is either lakefront, trailside,
parkside, or heavily wooded. Amenities include 6 stocked lakes, membership at Pecan
Grove Country Club, and miles of wooded trails and parks. Directions - From US 59 South,
take Hwy 6 north to Hwy 90A. Turn west (left) on Hwy 90A to FM 359. Turn north (right) on
FM 359. Pass Pecan Grove County Club and Farmer Road to Texana Plantation on the
right. School district - LCISD.