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Parks & Recreation in Harris County : Real Estate Advice

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Sun Jul 24, 2016
Sally Grenier answered:
Those types of listings don't exist anymore. It's a myth. If you're interested in buying a home, you can contact any local REALTOR and they can show you ANY available property that's listed in the MLS. (FYI -- this site does NOT have the most up to date listings). The local MLS (and your Realtor) is the best source for that info. ... more
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Wed Sep 4, 2013
Persis Behramsha answered:
Hello Ms. Puga,

A few years ago I hosted one in Cullen Park and had to contact the park to find out what their requirements were. There was a small charge to rent a pavillion and while I do not recall anything about Pinatas, I do remember that they had time specifications. It is best to check out the new rules. Much also depends on which park you are interested in.

It was definitely a lot of fun. Enjoy!

Persis
REALM Real Estate Professionals
713-294-7747
persis.realtor@gmail.com
www.har.com/persis
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Wed Nov 21, 2012
Gay Donehoo answered:
The HARRA website forwarded by Rene Castillo is a great source for you. Each of those trails is excellent - your decision will be what area of town you want to be in and what your price point is - you'll find good running in many areas of the city. My husband worked downtown and for years he did his marathon training by running from work to Memorial Park along the Buffalo Bayou trail (along Allen Parkway) and then home. On the Buffalo Bayou trail you can actually do some hill training in flat Houston! Also, most of the planned developments scattered around the Houston metropolitan area have extensive running/walking/biking paths. Again, it's pick-your-poison as to location and price. Good luck! I'd love to help in your search. ... more
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Thu Aug 9, 2012
Joanie Schaatt answered:
I know that City of Houston and Harris County are being very diligent about spraying because of the number of deaths from West Nile. I'm sure the frequency varies from area to area, and I'd have to know about where you live/want to live to be more helpful. As for anything else you can do, what I've heard and read is: 1) don't go out in early morning hours or dusk hours; 2) use a spray and use plenty of it, and it should contain Deet: and 3) watch your own yard for standing water and eiminate that. Item 3 could help in both the mosquito attracting problem and the preservation of the integrity of your slab foundation ( if you have one, and most of us do in this area!). Anything else I can do to help? Don't hesitate to contact me. After 38 years, you'd think I'd be burned-out, but I find that I am energized with buyers and sellers both who are committed to working as a team member with me. ... more
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Mon Jul 2, 2012
Diane Schrakamp answered:
Hey Alison,

There are several parks in Houston to run in. I would say that it is pretty safe to run Terry Hershey park and Memorial Park by yourself during the day, but I would not run anywhere by yourself at night. Going back to the previous questions about the bar scene, Washington is a good place to bar hop and Memorial park is very close to that area. You may want to start your search close to that area. Hope this helps!

Diane Hermis
Total Real Estate Services
dianehermis@yahoo.com
832-620-6304
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Mon Apr 23, 2012
Lynn Fredregill answered:
Hello:

There is information that you need and that I would need in order to help you. Within an hour of Houston - if you are looking in the Crosby/Huffman area you can get to most areas of Houston within an hour - but not all. It depends on where in Houston. I am not sure what you mean by agu land. How much land are you wanting and what are you wanting to do with it? In this area properties are either restricted or unrestricted. Are you wanting to build? Are you wanting to have livestock? Horses? Are you wanting to put a modular home on the property? Crosby & Huffman are two different school districts. Does this matter? Reliable water in this area is almost entirely limited to restricted properties and properties that are actually in the City of Houston even though the mailing address is Huffman or Crosby. Otherwise the buyer has to put in a well. If you are wanting to put in a modular with central water I can think of only one development right this second. In most cases; you have to have unrestricted property to put in a modular. Central water in subdivisions that allow mobiles can be found in nearby areas such as Porter and New Caney. How do you plan to purchase? Most smaller tracts will require cash unless you are going to get a combined modular/land or custom home/land loan. Are you a Veteran? With this information I can send you properties that will actualy suit your needs rather than sending you information on properties that won't work for you. Please feel free to email me if you have further questions. ... more
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Tue May 20, 2008
Juan Carlos answered:
I guess you already know about Cypress Creek park which is just off of Domino Rd.

Hope this helps.

Juan Carlos
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Mon May 12, 2008
. answered:
More parks and recreational options here than you can believe...this is Kids town...so you will have lots of options including the Millie Bush Dog Park!
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Fri Mar 28, 2008
Dallas Texas answered:
You might be able to google map your request for the answer or contact the city or go to that city website for park names if you know the street address. Hope that assist you.
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Mon Apr 23, 2007
Wendy Roloff answered:
Meyer Park is one of the largest public parks in the area located near the intersection of Champion Forest Drive on Cypresswood Drive. The park has a pond, ducks, soccer fields, trails, walking paths and concession facilities. Behind the County Court House further down Cypresswood Drive, is another park with a small skateboard park. ... more
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Mon Apr 23, 2007
Betty Phelan answered:
There are numerous parks in Houston and each suburban subdivision usually has a hike and bike trail and/or a recreation center and pool. The Memorial Park runs for many miles inside the loop around the city. This park is great for the runners, walkers and strollers as well as bikers. ... more
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