77356 Golf Course Vacant Land For Sale By Owner

MLS 77356 Apartments and Homes For Sale (3)

  • Other For Sale $4,675,000
    • 0 Baths
    157 La Costa Drive , Montgomery, TX

    35+ acre prime development opportunity! over 2,000 feet of frontage on walden road. other... Read More

  • Other For Sale $1,450,000
    • 0 Baths
    158 La Costa Drive , Montgomery, TX

    This unrestricted waterfront residential lot is a rare find on lake conroe. bulkhead already in... Read More

  • Other For Sale $35,000
    • 0 Baths
    309 Pine Brook Drive , Montgomery, TX

    About 309 pine brook drive, montgomery, texas 77356 beautifully wooded homesite in bentwater... Read More

77356 - Statistics and Home Trends

Currently there are 231 homes for sale and 205 vacant land parcels for sale in 77356

Background on Montgomery
Montgomery is a city located in Montgomery County, Texas. This city in Texas is part of the Houston, The Woodlands and Sugar Land Metro area. This area is actually part of the greater Houston area. This city is rather small coming in at just 4.6 square miles. The population as of 2017 was a mere 970. Montgomery was founded by W.W Shepperd back in 1837. The land that is now Montgomery was once a 200 acre plot that was part of the John Corner League. W.W Shepperd had a partner by the name of John Wyatt Moody and between the two of them, they named the town Montgomery. Some believe that Montgomery is the birthplace of the Lone Star Flag. Charles B. Stewart, who was an early settler of Montgomery, claimed that his father created the original design of the flag but there is not a lot evidence to validate those claims.

Education
Since Montgomery isn’t a large city, there are only a handful of schools within the district. The Montgomery Independent School District has three schools for students that live within the county. Children from kindergarten through fifth grade attend the Montgomery Elementary school. Children grades sixth through eighth will attend the Montgomery Junior High and young adults in grades nine through twelve will attend Montgomery High School.

Weather in Montgomery
Montgomery’s climate varies throughout the year. During the summer months is it generally hot and humid and during the winter it is milder and somewhat cooler. The hottest months are July and August when the average temperature is in the mid to high 90’s. The cooler months are December and January when the average high is a comfortable 64 degrees.

Facts about Montgomery
-It is one of the oldest towns in all of Texas.
-It began as a trading post back in 1826 but wasn’t charted until 1837 as previously mentioned.
-The city is 50 miles Northwest of Houston, Texas.

Things to do in Montgomery
If you’re looking for something to do in Montgomery here are a few great ideas. You can visit the Saint Francis Wolf Sanctuary which is dedicated to rescuing wolves and wolf dogs. This sanctuary cares for the wolves and rehabilitates sick ones. The mission at the Saint Francis Wold Sanctuary is to reverse the stigma that surrounds wolves. The wolves receive veterinary care, well balanced meals and even human companionship when needed. You will need an appointment if you are planning to visit the sanctuary so make sure to keep that in mind when thinking of visiting. This tour is well worth calling ahead to set up an appointment. If you’re looking for a place to grab a drink you can head over to Cork This! Winery, where you will find daily specials on various wines. The atmosphere here is fun and laid back. One of the coolest things about Cork This Winery is that you can have your own custom wine label created to place over your own bottle of wine. Labels for private label liquors are also available.


Recreation in Montgomery
-The Fernland Historical Park Museum and Memory Garden are two places to visit if you would like to explore some of the beautiful scenery that Montgomery has to offer. Fernland Historical Park is a great place to take a walk or sit on a blanket and read a book.
-The Owen Theatre is the perfect place to visit if you are looking for a live theatre experience here in Montgomery. This small venue has just 250 seats and was built back in 1946. If you want to find out more about this theatre and its productions head over to their website to find out more information.
-The Sam Houston National Forest is a more than 160,000 acre park with almost 50,000 falling within Montgomery. Here you can fish, hunt, camp, hike, bike or just enjoy the wildlife. This park is open year round.

Real Estate in Montgomery
The real estate here in Montgomery is absolutely beautiful and very reasonably priced. The most prominent style of house found here in Montgomery is the Traditional with brick exteriors. If you are looking for a home that has charm but is also stately, Montgomery has that kind of house for you.

Summary
Montgomery, Texas is a wonderful place to live with great weather throughout the year as well as beautiful homes. If you are thinking of moving to Texas, you have to check out Montgomery!

77356 is located in Montgomery, TX. There are currently 231 Homes for Sale within 77356, with asking prices ranging from $9,950 to $10,100,000. The average list price per square foot of the available inventory in 77356 is $183, which is above the Montgomery County average of $183. The Average Sales price of all sold real estate in this subdivision for the past year is $286,155. Recent comparable homes have been selling for 94.05% of their asking price. Waterfront homes represent 32.90% of the available 77356 inventory. The population of 77356, according to the 2010 Census, is 24,498. The total number of households in the zip code of 77356 is 9,955, with an average household size for of 2.46 people. The total number of renter households within the zip code of 77356 is 1,480, which means that 85.13% of households in this zipcode are owner occupant households.