Kingwood

Northeast of Houston, Texas, United States, is where the 14,000-acre master-planned community of Kingwood is situated. Only a minor section of the community is found in Montgomery County, with the bulk being in Harris County.

Although its crime rates technically rival those of comparable cities, the thriving economy and general ethos of the planned community lend themselves to harmonious living. Over 77 percent of the residents of Kingwood report that they feel “pretty safe,” and 20 percent report that they feel “very safe.”

There, people lead happy lives. Many of the homes in Barrington Kingwood have breathtaking views of the back nine holes of the Kingwood Country Club’s Lakes Golf Course. The Barrington Manor House, located in the center of the community, has a fitness facility, media center, computer center, pool table area, tennis courts, and more. It’s the ideal place to have a party and congregate with your neighbors. Residents of Barrington have access to all the restaurants and stores they could want, as well as baseball and soccer fields, horse stables, the Kingwood FFA barn, a boat launch on Lake Houston, TX, and horse stables. The Humble Independent School District has nearby schools. For further details, go to www.barrington-kingwood.com.

 One of the nicest areas to live in Texas is the Kingwood Area, which is located in Harris County. Residents of the Kingwood Area enjoy a dense suburban feel and the majority own their homes. There are numerous parks in the Kingwood area.

The pines, magnolias, and numerous other species of shade trees coexist peacefully in Kingwood, also referred to as the “Livable Forest.” There are many opportunities for people to exercise, unwind, and interact thanks to the network of hike and bike routes that wind through the neighborhood’s woods and lakes.

In 1971, the first occupants of this master-planned neighborhood—the biggest in Harris County—moved into their brand-new residences. Since then, 65,000 people now reside in the region. The majority of Kingwood’s 25 residential communities contain a community center and a neighborhood pool. The pines, magnolias, and numerous other species of shade trees coexist peacefully in Kingwood, also referred to as the “Livable Forest.” There are many opportunities for people to exercise, unwind, and interact thanks to the network of hike and bike routes that wind through the neighborhood’s woods and lakes.

Kingwood residents have all they need to stay close to home, including a booming commercial area, several big-name retail establishments, smaller businesses, restaurants, and other services, even though the city of Houston Texas is only 23 miles to the south. Additionally, there are more than 100 clubs and organizations available to citizens.

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Driving Directions

Kingwood Houston, TX, USA, Get on I-69 in Montgomery County 11 min (4.8 mi), Continue on I-69 to Harris County. Take exit 14 from I-610 W 22 min (23.0 mi), Take Ella Blvd to your destination 8 min (2.3 mi), 3530 W 12th St #214 Houston, TX 77008, USA