Featured Neighborhood: Lakes at Grand Harbor, 77494

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Lakes at Grand Harbor is part of the Grand Harbor Homeowners Association. The community’s location provides convenient access to I-10 and the Grand Parkway, and the neighborhood features a lake fully stocked with fish and surrounded by a park. There is also a walking trail, picnic pavilion and children’s playground. The community is adjacent to Katy Mills and the new shopping developments under construction along I-10.


Build-out year: 2013


Builders include: Centex


Square footage: 1,790–3,674


Home values: $176,000–$254,000


HOA dues (estimated): $690 annually


Schools: West Memorial Elementary, West Memorial Junior High, Katy High School


Property taxes (in dollars):


Katy ISD 1.52660
Harris County 0.41731
Harris County Flood Control District 0.02736
Port of Houston Authority 0.01531
Harris County Hospital District 0.17000 Harris County Dept. of Education 0.00600
Harris County Emergency Service 48 0.09200


Total (per $100 value) $2.25458


Median home value: $221,600


Median price per square foot: $96.11


Median annual property taxes: $4,996


Homes on the market*: 3


Homes under contract*: 3


Average days on the market*: 14






*As of 6/7/15


Although every effort has been made to ensure the timeliness and accuracy of this real estate data, Community Impact Newspaper assumes no liability for errors or omissions. Contact the property’s agent or seller for the most current information.

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