Welcome to Benders Landing and Benders Landing Estates in Spring, Texas!
Benders Landing is a distinctive acreage community located along Riley Fuzzel road just East of I-45 and the Hardy Toll Road in Montgomery County. Benders Landing offers great natural amenities such as stocked lakes and walking paths. Residents also enjoy parks, tennis and basketball courts plus a pavillion with picnic facilities overlooking the lake.
As you enter the community, the road divides to East and West Benders Landing Blvd, and scenic views of the lake are to be enjoyed throughout Benders Landing.
There are over 500 homes in Benders Landing Sections 1 and 2 that have been constructed since the early 2000s. Square footage ranges up to 9,000 square feet but on average home sizes are 4,000 square feet. Most of Benders landing is built out, but there are new homesites available in Benders Landing Estates.
The estates section features a fantastic clubhouse facility complete with workout facilities. This is one of the most exciting amenity packages in the area with a baseball field, pool, and lakeside park.
Benders Landing is a great choice in Spring for those that need quick access to the George Bush Intercontinental Airport or commuters to Houston that still want the low taxes and natural surroundings of Montgomery County. This dynamic area is known for its rapid growth in residential and commercial construction.
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City of Spring Texas
Located 20 miles north of Houston and just south of The Woodlands, Spring Texas is an unincorporated town that spans northern Harris and southern Montgomery counties. Its locality makes it a popular community for residential and commercial construction.
Known for it's great schools, Spring offers an abundance of places to shop, eat, relax and enjoy life. Old Town Spring, located on the south side in Harris county is a historic area that provides an adventure in shopping and people watching. The area offers more than 150 businesses including antique shops, galleries, boutiques, and specialty stores. Spring is also home to great city parks and Splashtown, a water park that offers fun for the whole family. Found at the intersection of Kuykendalh and FM 2910 is Spring Town Center. A shopping center that is growing by leaps and bounds and provides numerous places to shop and eat.
Another reason why Spring is so popular is because of its affordable cost of living rate. Most residents own their own homes but there are various options for housing in the area.
Retail trade is the largest employer but there is also sciences and technology, manufacturing, and professional services.
If you like festivals, Spring is a great place to go. The area is home to festivals such as Art and Wine, Texas Crawfish and Music, Classic Cars and of course the Christmas holidays.
County of Montgomery, Texas
With a 2010 census population of over 455,000, Montgomery County is ranked as the 24th fastest growing counties in the United States. It is estimated Montgomery County had a 55.14% growth rate over the past decade.
This historic county was created in 1837 by the Republic of Texas as its 3rd County and named in honor of Brigadier General Richard Montgomery. Montgomery County has beeen commemorated as the birthplace of the Texas Lone Star Flag. Conroe, Texas has been the county seat since 1888.
Located north of Houston and Harris County, Montgomery County features many noteworthy cities including The Woodlands Township, Conroe, Magnolia, and Montgomery. The terrain in many parts of the county is rolling hills. Montgomery County is a densely wooded area with a combination of pine, oak, and sweetgum trees populating its forests.
The economy of the county was primarily agriculture until oil was discovered southeast of Conroe. Early in 1930, the Montgomery County oilfields made it one of the richest oil producing areas in the nation. Oil production in the county has declined but it is still one of the leading sources of income to this day.
Approximately 90,000 of Montgomery County residents live in The Woodlands. The Woodlands Town Center is home to several corporate campuses including Chevron Philips, Anadarko Petroleum Corporation, Baker Hughes, CB&I, and AON Hewitt.
State of Texas
Known as the the second largest state in land mass and the 28th state to be admitted to the Union, the Great State of Texas had an estimated population of over 25,000,000 residents.
Texas occupies approximately seven percent of the total land and water areas of the United States. Houston is the largest city in Texas, and the sixth largest metropolitan area in the nation with almost 6 million residents.
The State Capital of Texas is Austin, and the nickname for the state is The Lone Star State.