PEARLAND | FRIENDSWOOD | LEAGUE CITY

PEARLAND

Great Schools and Master Planned Communities Just South of Houston

If you’re searching for master-planned communities in the Houston area, Pearland may have just what you need. A mere 15 minutes south of Loop 610, it’s one of the fastest growing cities in the State of Texas. You’ll find homes for sale in Shadow Creek Ranch, Lakes of Savannah, Sunrise Lakes, Lakes of Highland Glen, and other popular subdivisions. The area’s tremendous growth offers residents newer, highly-rated schools and contemporary homes with today’s most popular features including high ceilings, open floor plans, and large kitchen counters. Like most Houston suburb cities, Pearland is made primarily of single-family homes, but you can also find a selection of condos and townhomes which may be more suitable for single professionals or couples who prefer smaller living spaces.

Pearland’s location offers suburban quietude yet convenient access to State Hwy 288 so residents can get to the Inner Loop quickly. This is an advantage for those who work in Houston’s busy Medical Center or Downtown Houston. It’s also only ten minutes away from Houston’s Hobby Airport, which is a huge advantage for frequent fliers.

What’s There to Do in Pearland?

If you enjoy cooking or outdoor markets, take a stroll through Pearland’s farmers market where you can find plenty of fresh produce, herbs, vegetables, flowers, herb transplants, seedlings and wonderful baked goods. Pearland hosts an amazing lineup of annual events across local entertainment venues including Winterfest, Pearland Opry on the Square, and Christmas Parade. There’s something for everyone. Bring the kids to catch a family-friendly summer concert in the park or take your furry family members to the annual Paws in the Park event.

You also have all the modern conveniences right in Pearland like outdoor mall shopping at Pearland Town Center, 18-hole golf courses, and lots of international restaurants, and some of the Houston area’s most celebrated barbecue. Pearland is also known for its nature-friendliness with many parks to visit including Southdown Park & Dog Park, Independence Park, Mary’s Creek Trail, and the John Hargrove Complex & Wetlands.

Attractions & Amenities Near Pearland:

Downtown Houston
Golfcrest Country Club
John Hargrove Complex & Wetlands
Mary’s Creek Trail
Pearland Town Center
Pearwood Skate Center

Shadow Creek Ranch Nature Trail
Southdown Park & Dog Park
Southwyck Golf Club
Texas Medical Center
Urban Air Adventure Park

FRIENDSWOOD

Great Schools Located Right Between Houston and Galveston.

Friendswood provides access to the best of three worlds: country-style living not too far from metropolitan life in Houston and beach life in Galveston. Residential real estate in Friendswood mainly consists of single-family homes ranging from older rustic ranches on big lots to modern homes in subdivisions. Friendswood condos and townhomes are rare finds but they do exist and offer sufficient living and storage space for singles and small families.

With its small town feel, the Houston suburb of Friendswood is known for its volunteerism and friendly neighbors. With a reputation for being a safe place to live and great public schools— which have maintained consistently high ratings over the years—Friendswood is a great city to raise a family. The area is also an ideal solution for people that have to split their time between Galveston and Houston.

What’s There to Do in Friendswood?

As the midpoint between Houston and Galveston, residents can access all the urban amenities in Houston just thirty minutes away in addition to all the beaches, restaurants, and activities in Galveston just forty minutes away. Friendswood is also close to major suburban attractions like Kemah Boardwalk, the Bayou Wildlife Zoo and NASA.

If you want to have fun locally, the community of Friendswood has annual events and parades that bring families and neighbors together. Stevenson Park offers a splash pad, jogging trail, tennis court, sand volleyball court, basketball court, various playgrounds, and a pool.

Attractions & Amenities Near Friendswood:

Armand Bayou Nature Center
Bayou Wildlife Zoo
Frank J Brown Museum
Galveston Island
Kemah Boardwalk

Texas Medical Center
The Museum District
Timbercreek Golf Course
NASA
Stevenson Park

LEAGUE CITY

Halfway Point Between Galveston Island and Houston.

League City is located near I-45, 25 miles southeast of Houston and 25 miles northeast of Galveston Island, making it an ideal location for professionals who have to commute to either destination. Homes for sale in League City typically have large open interiors with traditional exteriors. Subdivisions in League City feature homes with open balconies, walk-in closets, and community clubhouses. Many of the older homes in the area have been updated with more modern features such as wood floors and contemporary bathrooms and kitchens. You can also find beautiful waterfront and Mediterranean-style properties in League City.

What’s There to Do in League City?

How cool would it be to live right next to one of Houston’s top attractions, Johnson Space Center? You’ll always have somewhere unique to take your guests. For a breath of fresh air, take the family for a stroll at Helen’s Garden or Walter Hall Park, a community park with vast green space that includes baseball and soccer fields, tennis courts, an indoor pavilion, picnic areas, playgrounds, a boat ramp, and a pier.

For local area shopping, you have two indoor malls close by: Baybrook Mall in Webster, TX and Mall of the Mainland in Texas City. For boutiquing and antiquing, browse the Historic District & Shops on Main Street shaded by 100-year old oak trees. There you’ll find card and gift stores, antiques, tea rooms, and candle shops.

Attractions & Amenities Near Pearland:

Armand Bayou Nature Center
Bayou Wildlife Park
Big League Dreams Sports Park
Butler Longhorn Museum
Clear Lake Recreation Area
Galveston Island

Gulf Greyhound Race Park
Kemah Boardwalk & Waterfront
Main Street Historic District
Space Center Houston & NASA
West Bay Common School Children’s Museum