The Summerwood & Fall Creek Area consist of several developments including The Grove, Waters Edge, Lakeshore, Stillwater, Summer Lake Ranch, and Summerwood located on the west shore of Lake Houston and along Beltway 8 the developments of Sunset Ridge and Fall Creek.
Lakeshore, a 440-acre community nestled along the west shore of Lake Houston. It has plenty of native trees that embrace the area, as well as multiple water inlets and nature trails meandering through the community.
Summerwood is located in the northeast Houston, Texas, about 19 miles from the downtown and 9 miles from Houston-Bush Intercontinental Airport. Its location right off Beltway 8, makes it a popular choice for professionals who work downtown, or in other surrounding employment cores. This 1,500-acre, master-planned community also offers a community center with pool and tennis courts, picturesque lake and walking trails, a park and playground, fine shopping and dining nearby.
Fall Creek is a 2,300-acre, mixed-use golf course community conveniently located inside Beltway 8 near Highway 59 and just minutes from George Bush Intercontinental Airport. Its naturally forested surroundings feature clusters of homes in intimate villages connected by miles of hiking trails and greenbelts. Fall Creek is planned for more than 2,000 architecturally distinctive homes.
A focal point of Fall Creek is the esteemed Golf Club of Houston. Surrounded by acres of carefully preserved wetlands, trees and native wildlife, Fall Creek also is home to a second 18-hole private member course. Children attend schools in the Humble Independent School District, including Fall Creek Elementary, located in the community.
Click the SUBDIVISIONS tab above for the stats on the major subdivision in the Summerwood & Fall Creek Area and direct access to current listing in each subdivision.
Summerwood & Fall Creek Area Facts
- Population: 17,310
- Total Households: 7,100
- Deed Restrictions: Enforced
- Government: City of Houston and Harris County, Precinct 3
- Education: Humble ISD
- Rush Hour Drive to Downtown: 20 minutes