Top 5 Neighborhoods on the Rise in College Station

Posted by Terrence Murphy Sr. on Monday, April 27th, 2015 at 2:42pm

In the market for a new home?  Or just curious of the up and coming neighborhoods in College Station?  These five neighborhoods are on the Hot List for College Station living!  Take a look as to what each of these communities have to offer, that are making them the most sought-after in the area. 

Photo Source: Castlegate II Aquatic Center

Castlegate II 

Located in the heart of South College Station, Castlegate II consists of 202 acres and has over 640 homes. Homeowners seeking uniqueness, quality, and value will find the perfect lot in this neighborhood. Residents enjoy luxurious amenities such as a resort style pool and outdoor fitness park with jogging trails.  Outdoor kitchens and cabanas, parks, green belts, and a beautiful lake stocked for fishing offer plenty of space to make memories outdoors with your family. Children in the neighborhood will be zoned to some of the best schools in College Station ISD. 
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Creek Meadows

This community is perfect for a family looking for a new home! Homes range from 1,100 to over 2,000 square feet, meeting a wide range of living needs. With tree-lined walking paths, two beautiful ponds, multiple pools, basketball court, and children's playground— this is an ideal family community.  Creek Meadows proudly sits within College Station ISD, offering residents a first class K-12 education.
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Saddle Creek

Saddle Creek is a restricted acreage community which offers a serene community lifestyle. Saddle Creek is known for its country living, while still located in the city College Station. The neighborhood feeds into Greens Praire Elementary School and Cypress Grove Intermediate School, keeping your children in College Station ISD This subdivision includes a swimming pool, basketball court, park, pavillion, and athletic field.  This is definietely a neighborhood worth investing in!  To see homes for sale in Saddle Creek, click


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The Villages of Indian Lakes

At The Villages of Indian Lakes, you will have the opportunity to live as nature intended-nestled among majestic heritage oaks, along streams, and near a private fishing lake. In this neighborhood, you will find heavily wooded, one to ten acre lots. One of the most appreciated features in Indian Lakes is the Recreation Preserve. With a focus on outdoor living, this community provides numerous outdoor activities. With professionally maintained equestrian trails, hiking trails, outdoor exercise equipment, a tennis court, basketball court, resort-like pool, and children's playgrounds, your family will never be bored.
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Williams Creek

This family orientated community offers a very quiet country atmosphere in secluded wooding while being only seven minutes from the center of College Station. The natural beauty of this neighborhood is simply breath-taking with its hilly terrain and mature trees. Williams Creek is located in south College Station, just off William D Fitch Parkway. Residents have easy access to great schools in College Station Independent School District, Texas A&M University, Blinn College, and the Medical Corridor hospitals and clinics. Home sites in the neighborhood range from 1 to 5 acres of land.
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Castlegate II Aquatic Center.  26 April 2015.

Creek Meadows. 26 April 2015.

Saddle Creek.  27 April 2015.

TM5 Properties. 26 April 2015.

Villages of Indian Lakes.  27 April 2015.

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