Shadow Ridge, a Pearland community in Alvin ISD, is conveniently located to the Texas Medical Center, downtown Houston, and Beltway 8. Residents have access to a water park, diving pool, lap pool, splash pad and multiple pocket parks.  This is in addition to more than 25 miles of hike and bike trails, tennis courts, basketball courts, soccer fields and sand volleyball courts.

Build-out year: 2017

Builders include: Newmark Homes, Perry Homes

Square footage: 2,756-3,843

Home values: $327,999-$498,880

HOA dues (estimated): $860 annually

Amenities: water park, diving pool, lap pool, pocket parks, hike and bike trails, basketball courts, soccer fields, sand volleyball courts

Schools: (Alvin ISD) York Elementary School, Nolan Ryan Junior High School, Shadow Creek High School

Property taxes (in dollars):

City of Pearland – 0.6812

Brazoria County Drainage District 4 – 0.1460

Brazoria County – 0.3974

Alvin Community College – 0.1917

Brazoria-Fort Bend Counties MUD 1 – 0.8480

Brazoria County Road & Bridges – 0.0600

Alvin ISD – 1.4500

Total (per $100 value) – 3.7743

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Although every effort has been made to ensure the timeliness and accuracy of this data, Community Impact Newspaper assumes no liability for errors or omissions.

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