Lakeland Village | Lakeland Village Center | Bridgeland Cypress TX

Last week we talked about some of the pros and cons of living in a master-planned community and toured two of the four distinct villages of Bridgeland in Cypress, Texas. We also passed by its first-ever community – Lakeland Village and had a taste of great food at the Local Table.

Today, let me show you more of what Lakeland Village has to offer. And who knows, it might be the dream location you’re looking for. I am Jennifer Yoingco of Texas Home Group. Come with me as I explore the rest of Lakeland Village.

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Now, as I was saying, we’ll be touring the rest of Lakeland Village today. To give you a background of this breathtaking community, Lakeland was the first-ever village that Bridgeland opened to the public. It has six distinct sections.

The Shore First Bend The Cove Water Haven Lakeland Heights Hidden Creek

The Shore was the first neighborhood of brand new homes in Lakeland Village. It has about 600 homesites surrounded by 100 acres of lakes. Most homes in the area were built in 2006 but recent builds were made in 2011. Home price ranges from $240,000 – $670,000 while HOA fee may be anywhere between $632 to $1650 depending on the section. As of this time, homes at The Shore are already sold out.

True to Bridgeland’s promise of staying connected with the community and nature, House-Hahl Trail runs across the neighborhood and connects with The Shores Lake Trail or First Bend Lake Trail. Exercise stations are scattered along the mile-long path. Trees also lined the asphalt pathway, making it perfect for walking, jogging and biking. Parks abound in this area, with Shore Park as its focal point. It features a large open play area and a pavilion.

First Bend was the second community that Bridgeland opened within Lakeland Village. It offered 402 homesites in six separate neighborhoods, some of which are gated. Current home prices range from $309,000 to $749,000 while HOA fee range from $642 to $2922, again, depending on the section. Like The Shore, homes in this neighborhood are also sold out.

This beautiful community is surrounded by 60 acres of lakes, trails and parks with Turtle Lane and Butterfly garden as its focal point. This strolling path features bronze turtles climbing statues under the communities’ old-growth oak trees that culminates in a small park with butterfly-friendly flowers and plants.

Just west of The Shore is The Cove. It mostly features large homes that are reasonably priced, perfect for families seeking single-family homes. Home price ranges from $250,000 to $600,000 while HOA fee can go anywhere between $565 to $1200.

This neighborhood is home to one of Cy-Fair ISD’s A graded elementary school – Pope Elementary. It caters to students from Kindergarten to Grade 5. The Cove also features parks that are unique only to this neighborhood such as the aromatic garden, an island park, a formal rose garden and a lakeside maze that families would surely enjoy. Bridgeland’s model home park is also located in this neighborhood.

West of The Cove is Lakeland’s 4th community, Water Haven. A community of reasonably priced large homes that opened in 2010. It features patio homes by David Powers and Trendmakers. These patio homes are designed to have deeper backyards and walls of windows that are unique only to Bridgeland. Home price ranges from $325,000 to $560,000 while HOA fee ranges from $632 to $1255, dependent on the section.

Water Haven is home to Water Haven Park, a 3-acre site that offers active play spaces, including a sprayground with a tall water tower and low bubbling sculptures. It also features a pavilion with picnic tables and barbecue grills, perfect for a summer get together with friends and family. House-Hahl Trail traverses this neighborhood too.

Bridgeland introduced its first-ever Traditional Neighborhood Development in 2010. Located along Fry road, Lakeland Heights offered 350 homesites inspired by traditional Houston neighborhoods such as West University Place, The Heights, Southampton and Southside Place. Price range is from $255,000 to $430,000. This neighborhood is home to Lakeland Heights Village Center where various shopping, dining and services options are available. Homes in this neighborhood are already sold out.

It is also home to the Lakeland Activity Center, a 6-acre facility that features resort-style amenities such as a fitness center with multiple classrooms, a full kitchen and meeting rooms. It also includes a 6-lane Olympic-size pool, a diving well with two platforms, and a gradual-depth play pool with volleyball nets. In addition to these features are two 30-foot sky slides and a spray park with fountains and creative water toys. There is also a pool for young children where they can have fun at the slides and spray toys. Tennis courts, picnic tables and playgrounds are other amenities that residents can use for their enjoyment. Adjacent to the activity center is Festival Park, a 3-acre park with a covered pavilion that features a seating area with a fireplace and indoor restrooms. Just across the Festival Park is the Central Park and Rabit Run, both are open spaces for family fun and active play.

The last and biggest development in the Lakeland Village area is the Hidden Creek neighborhood. It has more than a thousand homesites from builders such as Perry Homes, Ryland Homes, Taylor Morrison and Village Builders. Price points can go anywhere between $250,000 to over a million with an HOA of $775 to $1442, dependent on the neighborhood’s section. New homes are still available as we speak.

Its focal point, Lakeland Village Park, is a 20-acre park that boasts several exceptional amenities such as a skate park, basketball court, heated lap pool open year-round, canoe/kayak launch with boats available for use, fishing pier, spray park, as well as multiple tennis courts, playgrounds, walking trails and playfields. It is also perfect for dog lovers as they have a fenced dog park complete with benches and water fountains. Another park is located at the edge of the neighborhood going to Water Haven. Tree House Park features a two-story treehouse wrapped around a 100-year old live oak tree located along a curved wooden boardwalk that leads to a seating area in a wooded section of the neighborhood. A great place to commune with nature and watch birds and other species that frequents the area. Hidden Creek also features an extensive trail system and bike paths that culminate to the proposed Bridgeland Town Center.

Fishing enthusiasts will surely enjoy the fishing pier located along Josey Lake, the largest waterway in Bridgeland that runs 3 miles along the perimeters of Hidden Creek.

Bridgeland’s promise of bridging nature with development is undeniably true. If you are looking for a neighborhood that is close to Houston but still has that touch of greenery, then it is the place to be. If you’re interested in finding a home in this area, do not hesitate to contact me and I’ll be more than glad to assist.

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Sources:
1. https://www.bridgeland.com/
2. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bridgeland_Community,_Texas
3. https://www.neighborhoods.com/the-shores-cypress-tx
4. https://www.neighborhoods.com/the-cove-cypress-tx
5. https://www.neighborhoods.com/water-haven-cypress-tx
6. https://www.neighborhoods.com/hidden-creek-cypress-tx
7. https://www.chron.com/neighborhood/cyfair-news/article/Bridgeland-s-parks-more-than-green-space-1756625.php
8. https://www.pressreader.com/usa/houston-chronicle/20080531/282978215746819

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**Jennifer Yoingco is a full time licensed Texas REALTOR (#648293) with Texas Home Group. She has been helping first time home buyers, experienced buyers and sellers search homes for sale, houses for sale in the greater Houston area (serving Houston, Tomball, Spring, The Woodlands, Cypress, Conroe, Magnolia, Sugarland, Richmond, and the surrounding cities). She negotiates to the clients’ advantage by using cutting edge digital marketing technology. She is teamed with marketing professionals who can showcase the home to the best advantage. Contact her for any real estate needs. Email: [email protected] (832)286-8636**