Discover Terranova West
Located between Louetta and Cypresswood on the edge of the Cypress Creek Cultural District sits the established, wooded subdivision of approximately 620 homes known as Terranova West.
The subdivision’s already convenient access to shopping, dining, entertainment, and major roads was improved with the opening of T.C. Jester from FM 1960 to FM 2920.
In May of 2008, the community amenities significantly increased with the opening of a new private park.
The park located at the T.C. Jester and Cypresswood intersection is owned by the Terranova West MUD and is restricted to resident property owners within the MUD’s district. The Terranova West MUD district includes the subdivisions of Terranova West, Oaks of Terranova West, Terravista, and Villa Nova.
The park’s facilities include picnic tables, BBQ pits, a t-ball diamond, walking / jogging trails, exercise stations, sand volleyball court, horseshoe pits, drinking fountains, and a soccer field. The park expands upon the original Terranova West community facilities which include a clubhouse, 6 lane swimming pool with slide and wading pool, two tennis courts, playground, and basketball court.
The Terranova West swimming pool is called “home” by the “Terranova West Tidalwaves”. Swimmers 18 years and younger are eligible to join and participate in meets. The Terranova West clubhouse includes an event room with a full kitchen and is exclusively available to rent by its residents for a nominal fee of $75. With the addition of the new community amenities, the annual HOA fee of $700 is comparable to other surrounding subdivisions.
If you want to know what is going on in the Terranova West subdivision, then be sure to read the “Whispering Pines”. A monthly newsletter delivered free of charge to the home owners providing information on community events such as the annual Fourth of July Parade and the book club.
The children of Terranova West attend schools in the highly-acclaimed RECOGNIZED RATED Klein School District. To learn more about the student – teacher ratios, campus demographics, and the latest TAKS scores and school ratings visit TEA ratings.
If you are thinking about speeding down T.C. Jester to connect with Cypresswood, you just might want to think again. The constables who patrol the Terranova West neighborhood are serious about having the speed limit observed. So much so that on average they write 100 speeding tickets a month.
The homes in Terranova West were built in the early 1980s on spacious lots of 9,000 square feet or larger. With homes ranging in size from 2,000 to 3,600 square feet and prices of $165,000 to $300,000, your housing dollar stretches a long way in the Spring Texas subdivision of Terranova West.
The architectural styles of the subdivision’s homes include Traditional, Tudor, Colonial, and charming Victorians with long porches. The majority of homes are 2 stories with details of 2 story dens and / or cathedral ceilings, wet bars, wood paneling, and spacious secondary bedrooms.
Tax rates are BEFORE HOMESTEAD EXEMPTION
Tax Rate 2014: 2.91%
Median Sales Price: $205,000
Median SP/SQFT: $79.80
No. Homes Sold 2015: 14
Average Days on Market: 52
Average Sales to List Price: 98%
Source: HAR MLS 1/1 – 6/30/2015