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Northwest Houston

The Northwest section of Houston is another high-growth area, with homes ranging in price from the mid-$70's to $450,000. The completion of Sam Houston Toll Way, the upgrading of Hwy. 6 and FM 1960 as well as improvements to Hwy. 290 have opened up accessibility to the region. One neighborhood of note is Inwood Forest which was built in the late 1960's and 1970's. Inwood Forest features a newly-renovated golf club, large lots and considerable lots of square footage for the money. Many homes have pools and may be purchased in the low $100,000 range. 

Garden Oaks

The homes in Garden Oaks are extremely diversified and date from the 1940's and 1950's. Home styles range from two bedroom with cedar shakes on the outside to large, two story homes with columns in front. Garden Oaks has a close-in location that make it accessible to both the 610 Loop and Hwy. 290. Additionally, Garden Oaks has large lots - that new home construction just cannot offer in today's building boom. So if you're in the mood for a "fixer-upper" or simply want to buy now and add on later - take a look at Garden Oaks. 

Bear Creek & Highway 6

The area between the Katy Freeway and Highway 290 and just west of the Sam Houston Tollway is referred to as Bear Creek. Master-planned communities in Bear Creek include Fairfield and Deerfield Village. Neighborhood homes are priced from the $70's to $180's. Houston Real Estate Other subdivisions include Glen Cairn, Bear Creek Plantation, Jersey Village and Pine Forest. One subdivision to note is Copperfield. Copperfield is a master-planned community of Friendswood Development Corp located just north of the Bear Creek area. Each village within the Copperfield community has it's own recreational facilities. Homes are priced from the $80's to the $400's. 

Cypress-Fairbanks

The second major area of the northwest is Cypress-Fairbanks, demarcated by Highways 249 and 290. One subdivision to note is Lakewood Forest with homes priced from the low $100's to the $350,000 range and up. Lakewood Forest is home to many young families who are part of the Compaq's 13,000-member workforce.

The Champions/FM 1960 Area

The third major area to consider in the northwest area lies between Highway 249 and I-45. The Champions was the first subdivision built in the area over 25 years ago. Other subdivisions to note in the area are Olde Oaks, Northgate Forest and Champions Forest with homes priced from the $100's into $1 million plus. Country Clubs and golf courses are plentiful in the Champions area as well as shopping with nearby Willowbrook and Greenspoint Malls.

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