This quaint little subdivision in Old Town Katy is perhaps one of my favorite little subdivisions. It’s nestled close enough to downtown major highways such as I-10, yet living here can feel like you’re miles away from the hustle and bustle of things.

Started in 1983, it has approximately 253 homes; most having been built out in the mid 1990s.  Quite a few of its residents have been here since the subdivision started and perhaps one of their most famed residents was the late Frank Bielec from TLC’s Trading Spaces.

Its residents are zoned to Hutsell Elementary, Katy Junior High, and Katy High School, home of state football champions.  And speaking of football, the North side of the subdivision backs to Katy ISD’s Legacy Stadium, dubbed the crown jewel of high school football.  Some residents will tell you stories of evenings in their backyard listening to the Katy High School band play and the sounds of Friday night lights.

The neighborhood is quaint and simple, offering its residents a neighborhood playground. But residents of Harris County can also enjoy access to the Mary Jo Peckham Aquatic Fitness Center not too far down the road.

This tight-knit community offers affordable housing from the upper $100 to mid $200,000 price range, is well maintained, has a good walkability factor; and its location next to Legacy Stadium encompasses the Katy spirit. And this is why we chose it for this community spotlight video.