Fall Creek, the only major master-planned golf course community within Beltway 8, is one of Houston’s most attractive and well-located developments. Only 15 miles from downtown Houston and eight miles from Bush Intercontinental Airport, the 2,300-acre community features homes from the $170,000s to $2 million, and buyers can select from executive homes, patio homes and custom designs. And while Houston’s major employment centers and entertainment focal points are within easy reach, a heavily wooded setting, resort-style amenities and world-class golf make it hard to leave Fall Creek.

The Golf Club of Houston – home to the Shell Houston Open – offers two 18-hole championship courses. A 33,000-square-foot rock-and-glass clubhouse serves the public Tournament Course, designed by Rees Jones, as well as the private Jacobsen Hardy-designed Member Course. Surrounded by five acres of carefully preserved wetlands and native wildlife, the Golf Club of Houston’s 31,000-square-foot practice range features a generous putting area, a short game area with chipping and pitching greens, fairway and greenside bunkers, and a driving range.

Fall Creek residents also enjoy relaxing at The Park at Fall Creek, a resort-style recreation complex that includes an aquatic center covering more than two acres, as well as four lighted tennis courts and a playground. A junior Olympic pool, family pool, water playground, water slides and spray ground provides fun for all ages. A second swimming complex provides additional water play in the community. Numerous parks accent Fall Creek’s landscape, as do three lakes offering catch-and-release fishing. The Fields at Fall Creek caters to a variety of team sports, including baseball and soccer. In addition, the 65-acre park includes a sand volleyball court, playground and a trail that winds through a nature preserve bordering Garners Bayou.

Students are served by schools in the Humble Independent School District, including Fall Creek Elementary, located within the community. Other schools include Woodcreek Middle School and Summer Creek High School.

Fall Creek is located on the Sam Houston Parkway, one mile east of U.S. 59 North along Beltway 8. It is approximately 15 miles northeast of Houston’s Central Business District (CBD) in Harris County.

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