Friday, March 28, 2008

Briargrove Park

A Community For All Ages

In a city known for its new developments and urban flavor, Briargrove Park stands out as an oasis of beauty and family living. First developed in the 1960s, this family oriented community thrives today as one of Houston's most sought after neighborhoods.

Located perfectly to give its residents convenient access to the city, shopping, dining and more, Briargrove Park is found at the corner of Westheimer Road and Beltway 8. The community of more than 1,400 homes was master-planned to include large lots, plenty of trees and a host of amenities that appeal to residents of all ages.

Known for its real community feel, Briargrove Park is home to a number of organizations, social groups and a full calendar of activities that are designed to bring residents closer together.

a strongly supported homeowners' association, Briargrove Park boasts its own Mothers' Club, Woman's Club, Garden Club, Swim Team and even a Blood Drive Team.

Some of the many reasons why residents love coming home to Briargrove Park include:

The community organizations - In addition to

The community activities - Briargrove Park is noted for its annual events that include an Easter celebration, a Holiday Decorating Contest and a Fourth of July Parade.

The pool - The community's 25-yard pool with a deep-water diving area and its own baby pool is the center of much activity for residents. The pool is enjoyed by residents for leisure and serious competition alike. The swim team is open to swimmers ages 5 to 17.

The tennis courts - Briargrove Park has four lighted tennis courts that are open year round. The community plays host to its own leagues, as well.

The playground - A newly renovated playground serves as a center for youth activities. The playground is the site for the community's annual Easter Egg Hunt and Bonnet Parade.

The clubhouse - This stellar facility is the venue for a number of community activities and is available for private parties, as well. It has served as the location of countless birthday parties, showers, meetings and more through the years.

The schools - Briargrove Park is served by Walnut Bend Elementary, Paul Revere Middle and Westside Senior high schools. All three are considered educational standouts in the Houston area. Westside is home to a number of learning academies that are tailored to meet the educational needs of students with specific interests. They include programs tailored to business, the fine arts, media relations and law and computer and engineering sciences.

Briargrove Park is an established neighborhood that has appreciated with age. Well planned from the start, this community remains one of Houston's most noted neighborhoods for family living.

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Chris Wylie
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