Northgate, Spring 77068

Overview



Number of homes: 210



Home values: $435,000-$2,300,000



HOA dues (estimated): $1,200–$3,300



Amenities: Country club, golf, swimming lakes,



walking trails, parks



Nearby attractions: Easy access to Hwy. 249, Beltway 8 and the new Grand Parkway; Wet 'N' Wild Splashtown



Property taxes (in dollars):



Spring ISD - 1.5700



Harris County MUD 211 - 0.5500



Harris County - 0.4146



Harris County Hospital - 0.1700



Lone Star College System District - 0.1160



Harris County ESD 16 - 0.0492



Harris County EMSD 11 - 0.0475



Harris County Flood Control - 0.0283



Port of Houston Authority - 0.0172



Harris County Department of Education - 0.0064



Total (per $100 value) - 2.9692



Homes on the market (April 2014)



No. of homes for sale - 25



No. of homes under contract - 26



Average days on the market - 53



Annual home sales (April 1, 2013–April 30, 2014)



No. of homes sold - 232



Square footage (low/high) - 1,601 / 7,003



Selling price (low/high) - $140,000 / $1,555,000

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