North of Houston in southeastern Texas, Montgomery is the setting for Bonterra, a handsome 55+ single family home enclave within Woodforest, a large, all ages master planned development. Amenities include a golf course, a lagoon shaped pool, walking paths, planned events and more.
An inviting city outside of Austin in the pretty Texas Hill Country, Georgetown is the setting for Oaks at Wildwood, an intimate 55+ community with low maintenance homes, a well-appointed clubhouse, a heated swimming pool, a book club, a wine club, a sense of privacy and more.
Just west of Lake Conroe in southeastern Texas, Montgomery is the location of Bentwater, a beautiful lakeside community with single family homes, three golf courses, a marina, a yacht club, a waterfront swimming pool, a spa and much more.
Outside of Houston in southern Texas, League City is the site of Village at Tuscan Lakes, a stylish 55+ neighborhood within a larger development. Residents enjoy a sumptuous clubhouse, a swimming pool, an extensive activities menu, a European flair and more.
North of Houston in southern Texas, The Woodlands, a huge master-planned development, is the setting for Windsor Lakes, a gated 55+ neighborhood with single family homes, attached homes, an expansive clubhouse, an activities director and more.
Two Spanish explorers in the 17th and 16th centuries were the first Europeans to visit this area, and Spanish immigrants settled near El Paso in 1682. Around the same time, a short-lived French colony sprung up at Matagorda Bay nearly 700 miles away. Americans started to colonize at the edge of the Brazos River in 1821. Mexico had recently become independent from Spain and controlled Texas at this time.
A short series of spats between the Mexican government and the American settlers took place until the Americans declared an Independent Republic of Texas with Sam Houston as its leader. The Texas Revolution, famous for the battles of San Jacinto and the Alamo, gave Texas its independence. It joined the Union in 1845.
Texas is the second biggest state by land after Alaska, and it leads every other state in the production of cattle, sheep, oil and cotton. Tourists come for the 100 state parks, Gulf Coast resort area, Lyndon B. Johnson Space Center, Alamo historical site, Big Bend Mountains National Park and much more.
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