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Seven Meadows Katy TX Real Estate focus neighborhood for June 29, 2012

Seven Meadows Katy TX Real Estate focus neighborhood for June 29, 2012


 

 

 

Seven Meadows Katy TX Real Estate focus neighborhood for June 28, 2012 is another master planned community in the Katy real estate market. Seven Meadows was developed by Newland Community who is the same developer as Cinco Ranch. Seven Meadows has no new construction and has been totally built out for approximately 3-4 years. The neighborhood is located off of Fry Road just west of Highway 99 or Grand Parkway and the main road into the complex is the first left with a stoplight after the HEB shopping center which is also on the left hand side of the road. This is my sixth article in a series of seven articles covering various neighborhoods in the Katy TX or surrounding areas.

Center park and pool Seven Meadows

 

 

 

Seven Meadows covers approximately 1,000 acres of ground and has approximately 1,750 single family homes. This neighborhood has the distinction of being the first Wi-Fi community in the greater Houston area back in July 2005. Newland Community has historically been a leader in bringing new technology to their developments.

 

 

 

Builders in Seven Meadows were Darling Homes, David Powers, David Weekley, Emerald (DR Horton), Meritage, Lennar, Partners in Building, Plantation Homes and Taylor Morrison with prices advertised starting from the $130,000 to over $1.0 million. Seven Meadows received a year 2005 “Community of the Year” award from the Greater Houston Builders Association in the less than 2,000 acres size category. Seven Meadows has a gated section named Avalon at Seven Meadows and these homes are typically priced at a much higher level than most (if not all)  of the other sections in the non-gated area.

Home in Seven Meadows

 

 

 

Like all of the other master planned communities I the area Seven Meadows offer residents numerous amenities. These facilities include six acre central park with recreation center, picnic pavilion, swimming pools, splash park, play areas, meeting rooms, numerous hike and bike trails, parks, water areas and meadows which serve as a drainage vehicle, two tennis courts and access to a golf course. Meadowbrook farms Golf Course is built into the community and offers residents a discount on green fees.

 

 

 

Currently there are 38 homes available for sale in the non-gated section. The range in price is from $189,900 for approximately 1,700 square feet of space to $659,900 for 4,799 square feet of space. The median point is a home of 3,073 square feet with a list price at $95.35 or $290,000. The gated section, there are 12 homes available for sale ranging from a list price of $345,000 for 2,400 square feet to $1,175,000 for 5,645 square feet of space. The median (mid-point) in this gated section is a home of 4,261 square feet priced at $599,250 or $145.37 per foot.  

 

 

 

Seven Meadows is zoned to Katy ISD school district.

 

 

 

If you want additional information about Seven Meadows either the gated or non-gated sections or would like to view this excellent community contact me at your earliest convenience.

 


 

 

 

 


If you have any questions about houses for sale or rent in the Katy TX or

Sugarland TX, Cypress TX or surrounding areas, contact me at:


bobgilbert2003@msn.com or bob@bobgilbert.com

or visit me on my web site at

http://www.katyhomefinder.com

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Published Friday, June 29, 2012 3:12 PM by Bob Gilbert

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