Check out this month's featured neighborhood, Bonterra at Woodforest

The number of homes sold in October compared to October 2019 increased in the eight ZIP codes that make up the Conroe, Montgomery and Willis area. (Courtesy Adobe Stock)
The number of homes sold in October compared to October 2019 increased in the eight ZIP codes that make up the Conroe, Montgomery and Willis area. (Courtesy Adobe Stock)

The number of homes sold in October compared to October 2019 increased in the eight ZIP codes that make up the Conroe, Montgomery and Willis area. (Courtesy Adobe Stock)

Each month, Community Impact Newspaper highlights a neighborhood in the Conroe, Montgomery or Willis area, as well as examines year-over-year market data. Data is provided by Better Homes and Gardens Gary Greene and is up to date as of Dec. 6.

Bonterra at Woodforest is located in Montgomery. It is a 55-plus adult community with 700 single-family homes, a clubhouse, a golf course, tennis courts and trails within the master-planned community Woodforest.

Median home value: $345,000

Homes on the market: 8

Homes under contract: 3

Median annual property taxes: $9,743.49


Median price per square foot: $177.54

Average days on the market: 92

Build-out year: 2016

Builders: Taylor Morrison, Darling Homes

Square footage: 2,076 sq. ft.

Home values: $275,000-$579,900

HOA dues (estimated): $2,775 annually

Schools: Stewart Elementary, Peet Junior High, Conroe High School

Property taxes(in dollars):


  • Lone Star College: 0.1078

  • Montgomery County: 0.4475

  • Montgomery County Hospital District: 0.0589

  • Conroe ISD: 1.2300

  • Montgomery County Municipal Utility District No. 133: 0.88

  • Montgomery County Emergency Services District No. 3: 0.1000

  • Total (per $100 valuation): 2.8242


Year-over-year market data

The number of homes sold in October compared to October 2019 increased in the eight ZIP codes that make up the Conroe and Montgomery area. The median price of homes sold increased in all but two ZIP codes.



By Eva Vigh
Eva Vigh joined Community Impact Newspaper in 2018 as a reporter for Spring and Klein. Prior to this position, she covered upstream oil and gas news for a drilling contractors' association.


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