Missouri city is a great place to live with its beautiful homes and proximity to major business centers. Easy access to retail stores, restaurants, parks, employment centers and schools is possible both within the city and just a few minutes’ drive from it to Stafford, Downtown Houston and other business hubs. Missouri City’s location allows convenient accessibility to all surrounding communities via several highways around it.
There are a large number of options for homes in Missouri City and its beautiful gated communities. From affordable housing to upscale luxury estates, home buyers can find something to suit their budget and style. Parts of Missouri City come under Fort Bend County and some portions are under Harris County.
Location and Surroundings
Missouri city is easily accessible by Beltway 8, FM 1092, State Highway 6, US 90A and Fort Bend Toll Road. Loop 610 and highway US 59 are also nearby.
Neighborhoods near Missouri city include Sugar Land, Stafford, Sugar Creek, Sienna Plantation and Riverstone. These surrounding areas hold a considerably wider range of opportunities for employment and shopping. Downtown Houston is just 17 miles away from Missouri city.
Metro bus service is available in Missouri city for travel to Downtown and surrounding areas.
The zip codes for Missouri city are 77459 and 77489.
Recreational Activities and Schools in Missouri
Entertainment, retail and recreational facilities are never too far away from Missouri city due to its great accessibility. The city’s main roads are lined with cafes, bars, entertainment venues and restaurants, while business centers nearby offer even more variety.
- A wide choice of cuisines can be enjoyed from Missouri City’s many restaurants, including El Vaquero for Mexican, Keeper’s Japanese Restaurant if you’re in the mood for sushi, Chick-fil-A, The Black-eyed Pea and Brooklyn Pizzeria.
- Golf clubs in the city are Sienna Plantation Golf Club, Willowisp Country Club and Quail Valley Golf Course.
- The area has its Missouri City Branch of the Fort Bend County Libraries
- The Recreation and Tennis Center
- Parks – there are over 20 parks in Missouri City including Buffalo Run Park, Hunters Trail Park, Oak Hill Park and Ridgeview Park.
Schools in Missouri city are zoned to both the Houston Independent School District and the Fort Bend Independent School District. School information should be independently verified. The School District should be contacted directly to verify for which area a school is zoned.
Highly regarded schools like Billy Baines Middle School and Quail Valley Middle School serve the area. Others include Lantern Lane Elementary, Jan Schiff Elementary School, Hightower High School, Lawrence E Elkins High School and Arrow Academy. See school ratings and statistics.
The Houston Community College System serves as the city’s higher education institution.
Real Estate Trends in Missouri City
Most homes in this area are single family in various architectural styles, although the most common style is traditional with 3 to 4 bedrooms. Lot sizes can greatly vary, and luxury homes can have up to 5 or 7 bedrooms.
There are several upscale master-planned communities within Missouri city such as Lake Olympia and Quail Valley, where waterfront bungalows, beautiful sprawling estates as well as options for new construction are available.
The average price for homes in Missouri City is $391,115. However, prices of homes for sale can range from $200,000 to around $1.5 million depending on lot size, style and design.
More information about beautiful homes currently for sale in Missouri City or homes in nearby surrounding areas can be obtained from one of Team Sadler’s skilled real estate agents.
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