Indian Springs The Woodlands, Texas
The Indian Springs Village is located in the south side of the The Woodlands on Montgomery County next to Sterling Ridge, Cochran's Crossing and Panther Creek.
Forested terrain and rolling topography makes up the Village of Indian Springs, which is known for its quiet, unique enviroment.
Falconwing Parks and Forestgate are larger parks, both with water parks and swimming pools.
Schedule a visit to Indian Springs, call (281) 813-6027.
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Indian Springs Homes
Indian Springs The Woodlands, Texas information
New custom homes will be built in the newest neighborhood, The Woodlands Reserve, a gated community which is located off of Gosling Rd. Frankel Building Group will be building beautiful new custom homes and the prices will range from $1 million to $2 millions.
Many of the Custom homes being built in The Woodlands are here. The Indian Springs Village is a combination of Luxury Custom Homes as well as Homes Built by National Builders, it's topographic levels make it unique. This is the only Village with impressive Custom Homes on Hills and next to Spring Creek. It's a quiet and secluded Village. This Village is the smallest Village in The Woodlands, home for John Cooper Private School. One of the Most popular Shopping Centers is the Indian Springs Village Center with its H-E-B suprmarket and a popular Restaurant named Mi Luna where you can dine or stay after hours dancing.
Indian Springs Home Prices and Home Builders
Home Builders in Indian Springs Include:
- Frankel Building Group
- Lifeforms Homes
- David Weekley
- Village Homes
- Pulte Homes
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There are a variety of Homes, Luxury Homes & Custom Homes, starting at the $130's to the $1 Million on neighborhoods like Rushhaven, Idlewood, Trace Creek, Falconwing Estates, Cascade Canyon, Mirror RIdge, Landsowne, Altwood, Dove Trace, Chandlers Creek and peaceful Canyon and some more. The widely known John Cooper School, a private college preparatory academy for students in grades K-12, is located in Indian Springs. One of the largest pre-school and child care centers, Interfaith Child Development Center, is also in this village.
Indian Springs Village Center includes numerous restaurants to dine at like a Tapas restaurant, Mi Luna, and Sakekawa Japanese Steakhouse & Sushian, an HEB grocery store, and many professional and neighborhood services. The Village of Indian Springs gets its special name from Indian artifact discoveries. The Bidai tribe of the Atakapan Indians tracked across a significant amount of the land now known as Montgomery County in the early 18th century. By 1850, no trace of this tribe was found until the artifacts were unearthed in 1984. Now, the Village houses over 6,000 residents and nearly 2,100 homes.
Public and Private Schools in Indian Springs
Children living in the Indian Springs community go to schools in the Conroe Independent School District.
The following schools serve Indian Springs:
- David Elementary
- Galatas Elementary
- Mitchell Intermediate
- Collins Intermediate
- Wilkerson Intermediate
- McCullough Junior High
- The Woodlands High School
- Private College Preparatory Schools
Indian Springs is also near private college preparatory school, John Cooper School.
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Listing information last updated on December 15th, 2017 at 2:55am CST.