So you’re ready to start living the American Dream and want to buy your first home? There are so many reasons to buy a newly constructed home, but what do you know about locations? You work hard for your money, so you want your home to be located in a good area, with good schools and entertainment, but above all you want peace and quiet. Well, Ricewood Village has it all.
Foxwood Builders and Postwood Homes are building gorgeous houses in Ricewood Village located in Katy, Texas. There are so many benefits to buying a home in this neighborhood. Beginning with the fact that all homes are newly constructed and energy efficient.
This is an excellent and gorgeous community. The neighborhood is conveniently located North of I-10 off of Fry Road. The neighborhood offers a junior Olympic sized swimming pool and recreation center with playground equipment and a splash pad. The beautiful community offers walking tails. In addition, Bear Creek Pioneer Park is nearby. The park offers a beautiful 2300 acre multi-use recreation area including a petting zoo, tennis courts, covered pavilions and more.
Other area attractions include the Katy Mills Mall, West Oaks Mall, Rave Motion Picture Studio, Cinemark, and Alamo Drafthouse Theatres. The golf courses in the area are Bear Creek Golf World, Black Horse Golf Club, and The Club at Falcon Point.
If you don’t like shopping and dining at malls, the neighborhood is also located near LaCanterra, which is a town square of shops, restaurants, and coffee shops.
Children attend the Cypress Fairbanks Independent School District (CFISD), which is one of the most highly acclaimed and recognized school districts in Houston. Children in Ricewood Village are districted to M. Robinson Elementary School, Thornton Middle School, and Cy-Lakes High School.
The district has even received high scores on a national level. In 2012, US News & World recognized four CFISD schools nationally. The publication partnered with American Institutes for Research (AIR) to evaluate 22,000 public high schools in 49 states. The schools received gold, silver, or bronze metals based on state proficiency standards and college preparation.
The following three steps were used to determine the best high schools:
- Whether students performed better than statistically expected for average students in the state;
- Whether least-advantaged students performed better than average for similar students in the state;
- Which school had students with the highest percentage of college-level achievements