Learn about our October featured neighborhood, Indian Springs

The Village of Indian Springs is the smallest of The Woodlands Township’s villages. (Ally Bolender/Community Impact Newspaper)
The Village of Indian Springs is the smallest of The Woodlands Township’s villages. (Ally Bolender/Community Impact Newspaper)

The Village of Indian Springs is the smallest of The Woodlands Township’s villages. (Ally Bolender/Community Impact Newspaper)

Named after the Native American artifacts discovered in the area from the Bidai tribe of the Atakapan people, Indian Springs is the smallest village in The Woodlands. The community is known for its trails, cycling paths and custom homes.

Local amenities

Community centers in Indian Springs include Falconwing Park and Forestgate Park along with six additional smaller neighborhood parks and playgrounds. The village center includes restaurants, an H-E-B grocery store, retail shops and health/spa services. The village also includes The John Cooper School, a private college preparatory academy serving students in grades K-12. Interfaith Child Development Center, one of the area’s largest preschool/child care centers, is also located there.

Homes on the market*: 8

Median home value: $364,690


Homes under contract: 17

Average days on the market*: 9

Median annual property taxes: $8,023

Median price per square foot: $144.32

Median square footage: 2,948

Median home value: $364,690

HOA dues (estimated): none

Schools: Galatas Elementary School, Coulson Tough Elementary School, Mitchell Intermediate School, McCullough Junior High School, The Woodlands High School

*As of Oct. 4

Property taxes (in dollars):

Conroe ISD 1.21

Lone Star College System 0.11

Montgomery County 0.43

Montgomery County

Hospital District 0.06

The Woodlands Township 0.22

Montgomery County Municipal Utility District No. 60 0.17

Total (per $100 valuation) 2.20

Information provided by Jennifer Sims Broker Associate Allen|Sims Real Estate Group. Information was provided Oct. 4.
By Vanessa Holt
A resident of the Houston area since 2011, Vanessa began working in community journalism in her home state of New Jersey in 1996. She joined Community Impact Newspaper in 2016 as a reporter for the Spring/Klein edition and became editor of that paper in March 2017 and editor of The Woodlands edition in January 2019.


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