Sugar Land homes for sale
The estimated population of Sugar Land in 2011 was 84,511 within the city limits with 28,371 dwellings with a diversity of races including a large Asian population with a mean household income of $130,505 in 2010. First Colony Mall, the AMC theater and the "new downtown" area of Sugar Land are located in First Colony with many restaurants and shops. Located only 20 miles from downtown Houston, Sugar Land is one of America's most liveable cities.
View homes for sale in these Sugar Land area subdivisions. This list of homes for sale is constantly updated. There are few community descriptions at this time. Golf Course information. Public school information.
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Area between US 90A & US 59 (Southwest Freeway) and SH 6
Alkire Lake between US 90A and US 59 near Dairy Ashford. Small lake community joining Sugar Lakes that features homes in the $900,000 to $2.5 million range.
Venetian Estates Alt US 90A and Eldridge. Older subdivision many with a lake view. Houses range from $330,000 to $775,000 with ages from 1958 to 1972.
Sugar Lakes and Bay Bridge at Sugar Lakes. near SH 6. Houses range in age from 1978 to 1997 with prices of $200,000 to $700,000. Many with beautiful lake views.
Old Sugar Land South of 90A near SH 6. Part of the old Sugar company townsite. Area of revitalization. Houses from 1950 to present. Prices from $150,000 to $450,000.
Lake Pointe. New, small subdivison off of Fluor Daniel Drive east of SH6. Beautiful lake views. $500,000 to $900,000. Age of houses 2006 to present. Lots available. Also townhomes in commercial district near hospital.
Meadow Lakes and The Lakes, Sugar Land on First Colony Dr between 6 and 59. Lake views. Most built between 1997 and 1999. $280,000 to $425,000 range.
North part of Sugar Land
Sugar Land "north". Area from SH 6 to Belfort, to Eldridge to US 90A. Includes, Covington, Sugar Mill, Covington Woods, Ragus Lake, Glen Laurel, Oak Lake, Park Pointe, old Sugar Land north side, Gannoway Lake Estates, Sugar Grove. Part of this area is the original town of Sugar Land, a company town. The old company headquarters and what is left of the sugar processing and storage facilities are on US 90A. Plans are to expand commercial and residential development of the area which extends to Constellation Field, a minor league baseball park. Many homes built in 1970's and 80's. with home values from $100,000 to $175,000. Some newer homes up to $300,000.
Meadows Place is a small city just east of Sugar Land and West Airport Road with a small town characte
First Colony area
The First Colony Mall area south of US 59 is what most people think of as Sugar Land these days. The original Sugar Land is located on US 90A just east of SH 6. As time marches on Sugar Land has developed around the First Colony area and the original townsite and the locations have grown together. Originally First Colony (also called Sweetwater) was a 9700 acre master planned community. It has over 9500 residential houses and 61 neighborhoods. Since the beginning of First Colony in 1977 other communities have blended into the edges, so much so, that it is difficult to define the original First Colony
Commonwealth "area" of First Colony
Avalon Gardens of Avalon Elkins and Commonwealth Blvd. Homes from $400,000 to $550,000
Avalon Enclave at Waters of Avalon near Elkins and Commonwealth Blvd. Homes from $750,000 to $1.4 million
Waters of Avalon Elkins and Commonwealth Homes about $1 million
Villages of Avalon Commonwealth Blvd and Elkins. Homes from $350,000 to $475,000
Brazos Landing Elkins and University. Homes built from 98 to 03, in the $275,000 to $550,000 range
Gardens of Avalon Commonwealth Blvd and Elkins.Homes in the $300,000 to $600,000 range built 09 to 02
Commonwealth Park, Sugar Land near Palm Royale and Commonwealth Blvd. Homes $275,000 to $425,000
Bridgewater, Sugar Land Commonweath Blvd and Aberdeen. $300,000 to $425,000 range built 91-94
Commonwealth Estates Commonwealth Blvd and Trent St. $375,000 to $570,000; age 90-93.
Oxford in Commonwealth Commonwealth Blvd and Kingsbridge. $250,000 to $315,000; age 88-89/
Sutton Park in First Colony Commonwealth and Pendleton Dr $390,000 to $370,000; age 91-92
Sutton Forest near Commonwealth and Pendleton Dr. $400,000 to $525,000
Central "Area" of Sweetwater-First Colony
Sweetwater Country Club is located on Palm Royale between Sweetwater and Commonwealth
Sweetwater scattered parcels mostly between Palm Royale & Austin Parkway Homes from $450,000 to $1.2 million
Cresents on the Green Sweetwater Blvd and St. Andrews. Homes from $325,000 to $625,000
Oaks of Alcorn Sweetwater and Alcorn Bayou Dr. Homes from $325,000 to $450,000
Sweetbriar in First Colony Sweetwater and Sweetbriar Parkway and Palm Royale. Homes from $300,00o to $600,000
Colony Woods Palm Royale Blvd between Sweetwater and Commonwealth. $450,000 to $575,000
Travis Park Palm Royale and Commondwealth $375,000 to $525,000. 89-00.
Austin Meadows Elkins and Autumn Bend. $300,000 to $450,000. 1991-1992
Colony Oaks Alcorn Oaks and Creekstone Dr. $575,000 to $650,000
Colony Creek Alcorn Oaks and Colony Oaks Dr $425,000 to $500,000. 1990-1992
Woodstream Sweetwater and Woodstream. Larger, older subdivision .1981 to 1988. $170,000 to $270,000
Sweetwater-First Colony Near Shopping area, Lexington Blvd
Crescent Lakes Lexington and April Meadow Way and Greystone Way. Homes $300,000 to $450,000
Colony Meadows Lexington and Sweetwater. Homes $275,000 to $350,000
Townhomes Sweetwater and Greystone $150,000 to $550,000
City Plaza at Town Square Condominiums in the new downtown Sugar Land. Condos $175,000 to $325,000
First Colony-Sweetwater: Austin Pkwy to SH 6 including Williams Trace & Setters Way
Colony Cove and Grants Lake and Grants Lake Patio, Austin Park homes from $200,000 to $375,000. Austin Parkway & Grants Lake to SH 6
Grants Lake Tempos, The Town of Grants Lake, Grants Lake Condo. Townhomes. $100,000 to $150,000. Grants Lake Blvd near SH 6
Colony Park, Stephens Grant Austin Parkway and Sweetwater Blvd
Settlers Grove and Settlers Park Settlers Way and Austin Parkway (Green Fields)
Chimneystone $120,000 to $160,000 west side of SH 6 and Settlers Way
Lakefield $150,000 to $250,000 south Sugar Land west side of Austin Parkway SH 6
Lakes of Austin Park $300,000 to $350,000 Lakefield Blvd and Austin Parkway
Lake Colony $175,000 to $250,000 Lake Colony Dr off of 6 and Cross Lakes Blvd
Telfair A portion of Telfair now joins the First Colony area across a drainageway to the west. It is accessed by University Blvd, Commonwealth Blvd and Lexington Blvd.
Sugar Land East of State Highway 6 and South of 59
Sugar Creek is a large, older subdivision Built 1972 to 1996. Priced $175,000 to $1 million. near the corner of US 59 & 90A.
Highlands Rivercrest, Englewood east of SH 6 off of Lexington Blvd, west of Williams Tract
Edgewater, Creekshire, Edgewater Bay, Lakes of Edgewater, Old Mill Park, Williams Trace and SH 6
Riverbend South, Riverbend North, Sugarwood, Sugar Crossing, Oyster Pointe,
Missouri City joining Sugar Land between Dulles and Murphy Road
Brightwater , Lakes of Brightwater, Brightwater Point Estates, Lakeshore Park at Brightwater, Lakeside Meadow at Brightwater, Southshore at Brightwater, Between Dulles and Murphy Road
Plantation Creek, Plantation Settlement, OysterCreek Plantation, Plantation Trails, Plantation Park, Dulles Ave between Lexington and SH 6
Stafford is an older, small town located on US 90A just east of Sugar Land and north of Missouri City. There are only about 20,000 citizens and lots of commercial development. It is famous for having no city property taxes.
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