Community East Shore Neighborhoods Real Estate

The Woodlands East Shore 2015 Update

The Woodlands East Shore, a 169-acre enclave on the eastern edge of 200-acre Lake Woodlands, is the “Garden District” of The Woodlands Town Center. This sophisticated environment offers plentiful opportunities for urban living within close proximity to the shopping, dining and entertainment venues along The Woodlands Waterway®.

Combining a unique blend of classic architecture with formal garden parks and green spaces, East Shore features distinctive neighborhoods each with its own special character. Street trees, ornamental streetlamps, private alleys and lake views create a place where strolling is the best form of transportation.

Everything in East Shore is on a walk-able scale, and the lake forms a scenic backdrop for classic urban residences.

Stay tuned for the latest addition to The Woodlands East Shore…..Mitchell Island. A bridge to Mitchell Island is almost complete. The Woodlands Development Company hasn’t announced the process to purchase a lot and build on this most elite address in The Woodlands. Initially, rumor had the 19 one-acre+ lots priced at $2 million each, then $5 million each, then bid basis for each lot. Subscribe to our RSS feed, and be one of the first and few to get the updates and final decision.

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Top Five Things to do in Woodlands, Texas after You Settle into Your New Home

Moving to a new place can be a nerve wracking, unsettling process, but once you’ve settled in, the best way to integrate into your new home is to experience everything it has to offer. Luckily for you, Woodlands, Texas, has a lot for you to enjoy. Don’t know where to start? Let this article guide your next adventure in your new home.


  • Hit the Water

The Woodlands is home to the Woodlands Waterway, which offers boat rides along a 1.25 mile long transportation corridor and park. You can have a tour along the waterway on one of their trolleys, or check out some of the restaurants and stores in Waterway Square. The Woodlands Waterway also has a huge public square decorated with beautiful greenspaces and fountains that combine jets, falls, lights, and cascades to create mesmerizing displays.


  • Grab Some Food

When it comes to restaurants, the Woodlands won’t leave you wanting. There are dozens of different kinds of cuisine for you to sample as you settle in. Whether you’re alone, with your friends, or on a date, you’re sure to find a restaurant with the perfect atmosphere, and with the kind of variety the Woodlands boasts, there’s no way you won’t be able to find the food you’re craving. And if you happen to find yourself at the Woodlands Waterway, there are plenty of restaurants overlooking the water, so you can enjoy your food with a lovely view.


  • See a Movie

If you’re a film fanatic, Tinsel town at the Woodlands is equipped with high quality sound systems, stadium style seating, and seventeen big screens—in short, everything you need for a fantastic movie night. In addition, the theatre on Market Street offers five auditoriums where you can see both mainstream movies and indie films, so you’re guaranteed to find a flick worth watching.


  • Catch a Concert

For music lovers, the Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion is a great place to be. In fact, the Pavilion is considered one of the best concert venues in the world! With 17000 outdoor seats and about sixty performances a year, there’s no better place to go for a concert. The concerts at the Pavilion cover a wide variety of genres, so you’re bound to find something you like. And once you experience the Pavilion, you’ll understand why it’s regarded so highly.


  • Row Your Boat

The Woodlands is especially fun for outdoorsy types, so if you fit that description, Riva Row Boat House should definitely be on your list of destinations. Riva Row Boat House is a 1.6 acre park in the Woodlands Waterway. There you can rent kayaks for yourself or to share, lifejackets, and oars so you can kayak your way through the Woodlands and get a fresh perspective on your new home.


The Woodlands has no shortage of things to see and do, so no matter what you enjoy, you’re bound to find a place to go for it. Once you’ve settled in, head out and experience your new home firsthand!


Tips for Preparing for Your Move to The Woodlands, TX

If you are considering moving to The Woodlands, TX area, and are making the move long distance, it can become quite confusing and complicated if you aren’t prepared for all moving long distance entails. There are many tips that you can follow to help you pack up your home and make that big move, read on below for a few of them.

Start a Notebook that is Dedicated to this Move

Starting a notebook that lists all of the tasks that you are trying to accomplish during the move will ensure that you don’t forget anything. Keep this separate from your regular agenda or filing system and use it to put to-do lists, phone numbers, and names of companies that you need to contact during the move.

Calculate the Cost of the Move

One of the worst things you can do when moving from one area to the other is not calculate the cost of the move and set a budget with which to do so. Below you will find a breakdown of what you need to plan for.

  • Hiring movers or renting a truck to move in
  • moving boxes, tape, supplies, and padding
  • shampoo for cleaning the carpet in your old home
  • Travel costs for when you are moving
  • vehicle repairs, such as oil changes, on your car before the move
  • Bills that are due at your old home and due at your new home
  • Money for any emergencies that might come up during the move

Put in a Change of Address

Take your notebook from tip number one and write down everyone that you need to send a change of address too. Make sure that you change your address with everyone important and with the post office. Remember, the post office is only allowed to forward your mail for a certain amount of time, so change the address with important people yourself.

Label all Boxes Packed

The process of moving will go so much easier for you if you label boxes with the rooms that they are supposed to go in. In other words, you don’t want to be unpacking the bedroom and constantly have to go back and forth to the kitchen because kitchen stuff ended up in the bedroom with you. Labeling all boxes with the room they should go in at your new home and packing one room at a time will save you tons of time in the long run.

Ask Friends and Family for Help

Though your friends and family have busy lives, it is a good idea to ask them for help when you are moving to The Woodlands, TX area. You want to take as much stress off yourself as possible. You can also do that by making friends with your new neighbors before you move as well.

These are just a few tips to help your move to The Woodlands, TX area go smoothly and off without a hitch. Follow them and you will be settled before you know it!


Community Neighborhoods Real Estate

The Woodlands 23 Halfmoon Court

23 halfmoon the woodlands tx 77380

The Woodlands Come home to a little slice of heaven in this custom home on one-half plus acre private lot in estate golf course neighborhood of Grogan's Point! Complete master bath renovation including tile, granite, frameless enclosure and fixtures. Enjoy both formals, family open to kitchen with granite, stainless appliances including built-in fridge, double ovens and gas cooking. Upstairs includes bonus room. Attractive staircase with windows overlooking the trees! Step out to pool with brand new surface. Convenient location!

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