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About Kingwood


The Houston area offers many choices for finding a home and raising a family, but very few places match the unique lifestyle of Kingwood.

Kingwood truly offers the “Good Life” in a family oriented community carved out of 15,000 plus acres of scenic forest land on the shores of Lake Houston.   Nestled among the streets and homes are tall evergreens, majestic oaks and other shade trees, families of deer, squirrel, native birds and ducks, giving Kingwood the name of “The Livable Forest”.

Kingwood is a master-planned development comprised of over 30 separate villages offering beautiful homes in price ranges starting in the low $100,000’s to over $1 million dollars. Winding through the development are 75 miles of trails for biking, walking or jogging.

There are over 500 acres of parks and nature reserves. There are parks for child’s play and parks for sports activities, and if you are a golf enthusiast, then look no further. The golf experience here is world class. Join the Clubs of Kingwood or enjoy green fee courses whenever you like. There are over 1,000 acres of fairways.

Amenities abound as well as shopping, restaurants, medical, dental, banking, sports leagues, etc, etc. Kingwood also offers great commercial areas for relocating your business

Education here is outstanding. Kingwood schools are well known for their high ratings and student achievements. Kingwood also has its own college campus as a division of the Lone Star College system. The majority of Kingwood is in the Humble Independent School District and a portion in the New Caney School District.

Kingwood is convenient to George Bush Airport, Houston's large airport. The airport is a major employment center in the area. Kingwood is also within 30 minutes or more of downtown Houston and other Houston business centers. The Toyota Center (Rockets) and Minute Maid Park (Astros) are both downtown and the Houston Texans play at Reliant Stadium just south of downtown.

Austin and the hill country can be reached in 3 1/2 hours and San Antonio within 4 hours. NASA is about 45 minutes south and the beach at Galveston Island is about an hours drive. You'll find great attractions in all of these locations. One of the Jurasic Park Movie advisors is planning a Dinosaur Park just north of Kingwood, and speaking of movies, Kingwood was the site for the film, "Tin Cup" starring Kevin Costner.

Kingwood got it’s name from the famous “King Ranch” who owned an interest in the development. King Ranch is one of the largest ranches in the country is located about a 7-8 hour drive south of Kingwood.

Kingwood has over 65,000 residents, but the area is still growing and new homes continue to go up.  The good news is...., there is still room for a few more of you to sneak in, so come on by and stop for a visit real soon.

Give Dwight a call.  He would love to meet you and show you around.  In fact, he'll make you feel “Right at Home".