Royal Oaks Country Club

Luxury, privacy, security, community and proximity enrich the lives for residents of Royal Oaks Country Club, one of Houston’s most luxurious master planned communities. Royal Oaks offers a private enclave of 500 acres and 850 select residences surrounding a golf course and private country club. Sheltered behind masonry walls and 24-hour-guard-gated entrances, Royal Oaks Country

The Woodlands

The Woodlands township began over 35 years ago as the vision of George P. Mitchell, founder of Mitchell Energy & Development Corp. Mitchell saw the need for a planned community where families and businesses could live in harmony with nature. The Woodlands Development Company guides the development of The Woodlands and keeps the vision intact.

West Houston

Geographically, West Houston is an area covering approximately 700 square miles. West Houston is home to over 700,000 residents. Between 1979 and 1983, 48 percent of Houston’s corporate relocations chose West Houston. Today, it offers employment to over 240,000 people. Formed in 1979, the West Houston Association, a non-profit organization of major corporations, landowners, and

West University

West University is located on the southwestern edge of Houston’s central business district and just north of the Texas Medical Center. It is generally recognized as a combination The City of West University Place (established 1911) and several of its inner and surrounding subdivisions including Pemberton Place, Virginia Court, Belle Court, Monticello, Montclair, Colonial Terrace,

Tanglewood

Tanglewood is one of Houston’s most exclusive and desirable neighborhoods with a charming architectural mix of spacious updated California Ranch homes and magnificent recently-built Traditional, Mediterranean and Contemporary-style residences. This initial property was located in the area that is now between San Felipe and Woodway and between Sage and Chimney Rock. Section 1 of Tanglewood,

Sugar Land

Sugar Land, in Fort Bend County, Texas, incorporated in 1959, is one of the fastest growing cities in the United States. Located 20 miles southwest of Houston, Sugar Land has transformed from a rural farm-and-ranch economy to a diversified and expanding economic base. Sugar Land was named for its sugar industry which began on land

Spring

Spring is located off I45 twenty miles north of Houston in northern Harris county. The area was originally inhabited by the Orcoquiza Indians. In the mid-1840s German immigrants, most notably Carl Wunsche and Gus Bayer, settled in the Spring area and began farmning. Other notable markers include the Goodyear airship America was based near Spring

Southampton Place

In 1922, Houston developer E.H. Fleming planned the residential and business community of Southampton Place to be built on 160.75 acres he had purchased from Nellie B. League of Galveston. The title to this land originated with the Obedience Smith survey that Smith received from the Republic of Texas on July 23, 1845. (This original

Seabrook/Kemah

Seabrook Seabrook and Kemah are part of southeast Texas’ popular and prosperous Bay Area. Seabrook, twenty-five miles from Houston, is well-known among Houston metropolitan area residents for its yacht clubs and marinas. Kemah The channel that connects Clear Lake to Galveston Bay divides Seabrook from Kemah in Galveston County. The city was founded as Evergreen

River Oaks

River Oaks, a landmark neighborhood and one of Houston’s most exclusive residential areas, was developed in the early 1920’s by Mike and Will Hogg, sons of a former governor of Texas, and their associate, Hugh Potter. Houstonians regarded Country Club Estates, accessible only by a dirt road, as the hinterlands; sales were less than brisk.