Wooded trails, a 100 acre lake, close proximity to the Grand Parkway, top notch Conroe schools, and convenient to shopping and entertainment are just some of the many reasons buyers are drawn to the Falls at Imperial Oaks in Spring TX. Located in Montgomery County, the 686 acre master planned community will be home to approximately 2,000 homes upon completion of build out. Access to major thoroughfares of The Grand Parkway (99) and the Hardy Toll Rd makes for short commutes to the Exxon Mobil campus and to the IAH airport.
Whether you are purchasing your first home or your custom dream home, the Falls at Imperial Oaks has a home for you. With home prices ranging from the low $240,000s to the $830,000s, you will find a home to fit your budget and your stage in life. The homes in Falls at Imperial Oaks were built between 2011 and 2020 by respected and well known builders of David Weekley, Village Builders, Lennar, Cal-Atlantic, Ryland, and custom builder, Partners in Building.
Single family homes, patio homes, Next gen homes, homes in a gated section, homes with lake views, and homes with wooded reserve views are all available in the neighborhood. The Falls at Imperial Oaks has an extensive array of amenities including 5 miles of walking trails, pocket parks, clubhouse with a state of the art fitness center and a Great Room for resident events, lakes, 2 resort style pools with beach entry, splashpad, covered pavilions, clubhouse, playgrounds, tennis courts, Happy Tails off-leash dog park, soccer fields and 2.5 miles of nature trails surrounding the 100 acre Lake Holcomb.
With over 50 annual organized community activities and an extensive array of amenities, you are going to LOVE living in the Falls at Imperial Oaks. The annual HOA (Home Owners Association) fee of $650.00 for non-gated sections and $950.00 for gated sections is lower than other master planned communities with comparable community amenities.
Montgomery County’s newest YMCA, The Holcomb Family YMCA is located off of Imperial Promenade on 10 acres of land overlooking the 100+ acre Lake Holcomb. Phase I of the YMCA opened in December 2021. Phase II is projected to be completed in 2023.
t’s a quick trip to pick up something for dinner at the neighborhood grocery stores of HEB and Kroger or if you aren’t in the mood for cooking there are several fast casual restaurants in the area including Chick fil-A, Crust Pizza, Spring Creek Barbeque, and Woodson’s Local Tap + Kitchen. The high growth area east of I45 and along Riley Fuzzel in Montgomery County continues to attract additional restaurants and entertainment. Shogun Japanese Grill & Sushi Bar, The Republic Grill and a 24-screen Regal Cinema have recently opened.
It’s a short drive to the Woodlands Mall and Market Street to enjoy a day of shopping then dinner out at an upscale restaurant and end the night by attending a concert event at the Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion. Spend the day exploring the 200 shops in nearby Old Town Spring and stop for lunch at CorkScrew BBQ for some of the best barbeque in the state of Texas.
Falls at Imperial Oaks is located in the highly regarded Conroe School District. The Texas Accountability System evaluates the academic performance of Texas public schools through standardized tests. The letter grades achieved by the schools zoned to the Falls at Imperial Oaks for 2022 are Birnham Woods – B , Bradley – A , Clark – A, York Jr High – A and Grand Oaks High School (newest high school in the Conroe school district) – B. Birnham Woods and Bradley elementary schools are located inside the subdivision offering opportunities for kids to walk and bike to school. To learn more about the student – teacher ratios, campus demographics, and the latest TAKS scores and school ratings visit TEA ratings.
Tax rates are BEFORE HOMESTEAD EXEMPTION
Tax Rate 2021: 3.19%
Median Sales Price: $384,950
Median SP/SQFT: $144.94
No. Homes Sold 2021: 114
Average Days on Market: 65
Average Sales to List Price: 101%
Source: HAR MLS 1/1 – 12/31/2021
FALLS AT IMPERIAL OAKS HOMES FOR SALE
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