203 Rolling Plains Drive Sugar Land, Texas, 77479 United States
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High Meadows
203 Rolling Plains Drive
Sugar Land, Texas, 77479 United States

Martha Turner Sotheby's International Realty - Memorial Brokerage
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Property details

  • Property type

    Single Family Homes

  • Status

    Contract Pending

  • Year Built

    1991

  • property taxes

    $5,514/Year

Courtesy Of

RE/MAX Fine Properties

203 Rolling Plains Drive

Stunning home situated in the highly sought-after New Territory subdivision with beautiful tree-lined streets. Open concept layout, with living room leading to kitchen and breakfast/informal dining makes eating and entertaining a true pleasure for daily living. Living room and kitchen overlooks beautiful back yard. Primary bedroom is on main floor with primary bathroom and walk in closet. Upstairs offers 3 bedrooms, one bathroom and game room for play or study. Excellent home for peace seekers or busy families. Mins away from many amenities, zoned to exemplary schools & easy access to major highways!!Backyard paradise with large deck perfect for entertaining, escaping and exploring birds and butterflies!!! and much more! Excellent home for peace seekers or busy families. Mins away from many amenities, zoned to exemplary schools & easy access to major highways!! A must see!! Schedule your appointment today!!

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about Sugar Land

Sugar Land, in Fort Bend County, Texas, incorporated in 1959, is one of the fastest growing cities in the United States. Located 20 miles southwest of Houston, Sugar Land has transformed from a rural farm-and-ranch economy to a diversified and expanding economic base. Sugar Land was named for its sugar industry which began on land granted to Samuel M. Williams in 1828 when Texas was still part of Mexico. Williams and his brothers operated Oakland plantation and grew cotton, corn and sugarcane. The brothers sold Oakland to Benjamin Terry and William J. Kyle in 1853. Terry became famous as the commander of Terry’s Texas Rangers during the Civil War and it was he who gave the town its name – Sugar Land. In 1908, the Kempner family of Galveston purchased Oakland and founded the Imperial Sugar Company. Its Sugar Land refinery is one of the few still operating in the United States. Sugar Land boasts numerous, exceptional master-planned communities, with new developments in the works. The

Amenities & Features

  • Listing Details
    • Property ID
      70098679
    • MLS#
      70098679
    • Property type
      Single Family Homes
    • Courtesy Of
      Listing Courtesy of RE/MAX Fine Properties
    • Status
      Contract Pending
    • Listing Price
      $330,000
    • Subdivision
      High Meadows Sec 1
    • County
      Fort Bend County
    • School District
      Fort Bend Independent
    • High School
      Travis High School (Fort Bend)
    • Middle School
      Sartartia Middle School
    • Elementary School
      Brazos Bend Elementary School
  • Utilities & Building
    • Year Built
      1991
    • property taxes
      $5,514/Year
    • Style
      Traditional
    • Lot Size Unit
      Acre(s)
    • Lot Size
      0.17
  • Interior
    • Amenities
      Deck
    • Full Bathrooms
      2
    • Partial Bathrooms
      1
    • Bedrooms
      4
    • total rooms
      10