April 2020 Featured neighborhood: Learn more about Cane Island in Katy

A Cane Island home. (Courtesy Kaplan Public Relations)
A Cane Island home. (Courtesy Kaplan Public Relations)

A Cane Island home. (Courtesy Kaplan Public Relations)

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A Cane Island home. (Courtesy Kaplan Public Relations)
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A Cane Island home. (Courtesy Kaplan Public Relations)
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Cane Island includes a lap pool. (Courtesy Kaplan Public Relations)
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Cane Island includes a children's pool. (Courtesy Kaplan Public Relations)
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Cane Island has a two-story fitness center. (Courtesy Kaplan Public Relations)
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There is a yoga studio for Cane Island residents. (Courtesy Kaplan Public Relations)
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The Oaks Kitchen and Bar offers a food and drink menu. (Courtesy Kaplan Public Relations)
Cane Island is a master-planned community stretching across 1,100 acres. It is home to more than 2,000 residences.

Neighborhood data

  • Median home value: $385,000

  • Homes on the market as of 4/1/20: 53

  • Homes under contract as of 4/1/20: 32

  • Median annual property taxes: $3,158

  • Median price per square foot: $147.43

  • Average days on the market as of 4/1/20: 106

  • Build-out year: 2020

  • Square footage: 1,950-6,028

  • Home values: $335,900-$1,199,000

  • HOA dues (estimated): $1,200 annually

  • Schools: Brandt Elementary, Katy Junior High and Katy High School in Katy ISD


Property taxes (in dollars):


  • City of Katy: 0.4800

  • Brookshire-Katy Drainage District: 0.0732

  • Waller County: 0.6301

  • Waller County Farm to Market: 0.0321

  • Katy ISD: 1.4431

  • Harris-Waller County MUD No. 3: 0.9300

  • Total (per $100 valuation): 3.5885


Neighborhood amenities


Cane Quarter hosts many of Cane Island’s amenities, such as:

  • Restaurant with a bar

  • children’s pool with water playground

  • lap pool

  • yoga studio with classes

  • two-story fitness center

  • firepit and community lawn

  • luxury cottage to rent

  • events space

  • trails

  • parks

  • baseball and pickleball courts


Data provided by See Tim Sell LLC, Tim Sojka, Keller Williams Realty
By Jen Para
Jen joined Community Impact Newspaper in fall 2018 as the editor of the Katy edition. She covers education, transportation, local government, business and development in the Katy area.


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