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Shenandoah-Shenandoah City Park - Town vs. County Stats

Shenandoah-Shenandoah City Park - Town vs. County Stats

Avg Price in Shenandoah-Shenandoah City Park: $248,200/Co. / County Avg $392,900


Avg Sq. Ft. in Shenandoah-Shenandoah City Park: 1,978/Co. / County Avg 2,346


Avg Price per/ft2 in Shenandoah-Shenandoah City Park: $125/Co. / County Avg $167


Avg Walkscore in Shenandoah-Shenandoah City Park: 14 / County Avg 28


Avg Year Built in Shenandoah-Shenandoah City Park: 2004/Co. / County Avg 1999


Avg Days on Website in Shenandoah-Shenandoah City Park: 11/Co. / County Avg 99


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In the center of the Texas Triangle region, just ninety miles northwest of Houston and eighty-seven miles northeast of Austin, you will find a remarkable city called College Station. Along with neighboring Bryan, College Station is part of the state’s 14th largest metro area. Situated in Brazos County, in the heart of the Brazos Valley, the city is home to around 110,600 residents. This East-Central Texas city is home to the prestigious Texas A&M University. As a result, the city has been named the state’s most-educated city and has been ranked the nation’s 11th most educated.

College Station is comprised of 49.6 square miles and affords its residents truly remarkable opportunities for recreation, entertainment, shopping, and dining. The city is also home to a long list of wonderful neighborhoods and subdivisions with diverse housing options in a broad price range. Among its many extraordinary communities, you will find the Shenandoah neighborhood. Between Spring Garden Road and Barron Road, in close proximity to Highway 6, Shenandoah is a great place to buy a home in south College Station. Off William D. Fitch and in close proximity to the neighborhood you’ll find Tower Point Shopping. Also nearby are the new College Station High, College Station Middle, Cypress Grove Intermediate, and Forest Ridge Elementary schools.

In addition to its convenient access to these great amenities, Shenandoah also has a long list of wonderful neighborhood advantages that include walking trails, multiple parks, a clubhouse, a swimming pool and tennis courts. All of these are maintained by the Southern Plantation Homeowners Association. The Southern Oaks Park, which prior to development was called Shenandoah Park, is found in the neighborhood and boasts a playground, jogging trail, basketball court, picnic areas and a disc golf course. Homes for sale in Shenandoah come in a broad price range and include properties of varying ages. Some Shenandoah real estate was built in the mid-1980s and some just a few years ago. This family-friendly community is a great choice for many because it is so affordable. Home to around 2,215 residents, Shenandoah is described by those who live there as clean, walkable, safe, family-friendly, and quiet. Shenandoah has two areas, one governed by the aforementioned HOA and one that doesn’t have an HOA. If you would like to learn more about the Shenandoah neighborhood and homes for sale here, please allow us to assist you and contact us today.