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Property Types (active listings)
King Oaks MLS Properties
|All Listings||$100,000 - $200,000||$300,000 - $400,000|
|$400,000 - $500,000||$500,000 - $600,000||$600,000 - $700,000|
|$900,000 - $1,000,000||Over $1,000,000|
King Oaks Real Estate
Homes in King Oaks make great use of the space and beautiful setting, displaying a range of rustic and farm-inspired designs - the perfect exteriors for housing the luxury and comfort within.
King Oaks is a community built by the residents themselves. Well, not exactly the residents, but they took ownership of the lots and organized their own designs and builders to make their Texan countryside dream homes a reality.
Many have earthy or sand-toned stone and brick facades, visible support beams, low roofs in slate or metal sheeting, and wide porches and rear patios. A few of the homes make use of the space with in-ground pools and large barbecue areas. Dormer windows, carriage drives, side-facing garage entrances, and secondary buildings complete the sense of spacious ranch estates in the heart of Texas’ woodlands.
King Oaks is rapidly approaching its final building-out stages, as the last of these large, luxurious, and bespoke homes are built.
Interested in learning more about King Oaks real estate? Contact us online or call 979-703-1979 for more information about buying and selling a home in King Oaks and other communities in the College Station/Bryan.
Community Information for King Oaks, TX
King Oaks is a spacious residential community in eastern Texas, where post oak savannas and blackland prairies give way to the piney woods region north of Houston.
The landscape around King Oaks is defined by woods and fields, with the lush Navasota River valley flowing to the west.
While homes in King Oaks are typically listed as part of the town of Iola to the northeast, the larger towns of College Station and Bryan are around 20 minutes away to the west. State Road 30 is the main route from these towns to King Oaks as it continues towards Huntsville.
Grimes County Road 175 north from Route 30 links to King Oaks from the main road after around 5 minutes. This road connects to the southwest corner of King Oaks, with the start of the community evident from the signs and farmhouse-style administrative building. The first street upon entry is King Oaks Drive which winds through the older, more built out area of King Oaks, before joining with Lancaster Drive which extends eastward towards the newer portions of King Oaks.
The total area of King Oaks is roughly 1.5 square miles.
King Oaks Amenities
The biggest attraction for King Oaks is the location and setting, presenting residents with expansive natural grounds, covered in lush woods and ponds, and lots ranging from 1 to around 3 acres in size.
In the eastern portion of King Oaks is a community facility consisting of an outdoor pavilion, as well as a number of well stocked ponds and reservoirs. Running through the middle of King Oaks from northeast to southwest is a creek and nature preserve.
Stargazing and fishing are popular activities in the community, and there are regular events and gatherings organized throughout the year as well.
The surrounding area is excellent for recreation and services as well. A short distance east is the Gibbons Creek Reservoir, covering some 2,770 acres with fishing and boating opportunities.
College Station and Bryan to the west offer everything that residents of King Oaks might need. From large convenient stores, entertainment venues, and education.
Notable among these is Texas A&M University, a prestigious educational institution. And even if you aren’t interested in the educational value of this institution, it’s a great place to view college sports events.
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