Excellent Schools & Amenities. Diversity in the Suburbs.

Twenty miles southwest of Downtown Houston is one of the area’s most popular suburban cities with beautiful subdivisions and family-friendly amenities. Sugar Land is known for exceptional schools, libraries, and civic organizations, making it a great place to live and raise a family. To the east of Sugar Land sits Missouri City, an area popular for professionals who travel frequently for work and for those who work in the Texas Medical Center. Although the area has experienced a tremendous amount of growth and development over the years, residents of both cities still enjoy peace and quiet away from the hustle and bustle of Houston. These advantages, along with well-maintained master-planned communities, continue to strengthen home values in both Sugar Land and Missouri City.

Sugar Land’s real estate includes everything from traditional homes in subdivisions to million dollar homes in gated communities, perfectly suited for families. Homes for sale in Missouri City range from ranches and two-story homes dating back to the 60s, 70s, and 80s, to modern day brick-front homes and mini mansions. Even as older subdivisions stay well-maintained, upscale master-planned communities like Sienna Plantation, Riverstone, and Olympia continue to attract. Regardless of price point, this is one area of Houston where you get a lot of house for your money.

Both Sugar Land and Missouri City are situated right off US-59/I-69 providing a straight shot to the core areas of Houston including Upper Kirby, the Museum District, and Downtown Houston. The area also offers a beautiful, diverse blend of cultures and places of worship.

What’s There to Do in Sugar Land/Missouri City?

Sugar Land has a dense concentration of shops, restaurants, and activities right in the area and all of Houston’s amenities just fifteen minutes away. For outdoor mall shopping, visit First Colony Mall complete with high profile brand name shops and restaurants. Driving through Sugar Land, it’s plain to see that it has an unlimited selection of dining, shopping, and accommodations for its residents. Sugar Land also has its own arts scene with the Stafford Center of the Performing Arts, the Fort Bend Theater, and the Sugar Land Art & Gallery.

You’ll find that the Sugar Land community is passionate about the pursuit for learning with a Heritage Hike that teaches residents about Sugar Land’s history. The area even hosts its own museums, the Houston Museum of Natural Science, Fort Bend’s Children Discovery Center, and the Sugar Land Heritage Museum. To lose yourself in nature and the outdoors, bring the family to the areas most well-known parks, like Sugar Land Memorial Park, Oyster Creek Park, and Cullinan Park.

Want to watch baseball but don’t want to drive into Downtown Houston? Cheer on your hometown heroes, the minor league Sugar Land Skeeters at Constellation Field. In the off-season, the field also hosts a number of football, soccer, lacrosse, and cheerleading rivalries. The area is also home to Sienna Stable featuring premier horse riding stables and horseback riding. And what Houston neighborhood would be complete without its own golf course? Golfers from all over Houston visit Quail Valley Golf Course in Missouri City for its awesome driving and practice facilities for golfers.

Attractions & Amenities Near Sugar Land:

Constellation Field
Cullinan Park
Farmer’s Market at Imperial Sugar Land
First Colony Mall
Fort Bend’s Children Discovery Museum
Hong Kong City Mall
Houston Museum of Natural Science
Jade Buddha Temple

Attractions & Amenities Near Missouri City:

Constellation Field
Exploration Park
First Colony Mall
Quail Valley Golf Course
Sugar Land Memorial Park
Texas Medical Center

Oyster Creek Park
Shri Swaminwanyaran Mandir
Smart Financial Center
Sugar Land Art Center & Gallery
Sugar Land Heritage Foundation Museum
Sugar Land Memorial Park
Sugar Land Town Square
Teo-Chew Temple