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  • League City is a settlement in Galveston County, Texas. It is located 14 miles from Pasadena and 23 miles from Houston. League City consists of a population of 45,444. The first settlers in the area arrived in 1873 from Louisiana. In the beginning, residents raised cattle to make a living, but shortly turned to agriculture, selling their land to farmers.

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  • Housing Statistics For May 13 to July 13, the median sales price in League City sat at $120,492 - this figure is based on 14 home sales. This shows a total increase of 11.3% ($12,263) since it was last recorded in the year prior. The average price for every square foot in League City is $61, displaying a small decrease of 4.7%. The number of homes sales doubled. At the moment, there are 931 new homes and resale homes available on the market. There are also 108 homes still bank-owned, at auction-stage or pre-foreclosure. Homes in League City are available to rent to own, for residents who wish to get a taste of their new homes before committing.
  • NightlifeThe nightlife in League City is vibrant, warm and friendly. One of the most popular bars is Roger's Bar and Grill. This spot is renowned for its value and cleanliness. Chili's Grill and Bar is another pleasant hangout spot which serves drinks and hamburgers until late. For awesome music and entertainment, the Pier 27 Tavern is perfect. The ownership is welcoming, and the bands and DJs that play never disappoint. For wine-lovers, Bacchus Wine Bar offers a great sitting area and wide selection of tasty wines.
  • Tourist AttractionsThere are plenty of tourist attractions in the city. Most notably, the Waterford Harbor Yacht Club Marina provides an idea spot for yachting, water sports and socializing. For impressive architectural design, residents and visitors enjoy the Christus Victor Lutheran Church, alongside the Fairview Cemetery. In addition to these attractions, Creedkside Intermediate School Football Field hosts various sporting and recreational events. For guided tours and recreational trips, visitors can get in touch with the Bates Motor Home Rental Network of Houston.
  • Local RestaurantsThere is an abundance of restaurants in League City, for both locals and tourists to enjoy. Senor Sombreros Mexican Grill & Taqueria has the best Tex-Mex in town. Traditional American dining options include the Main Street Bistro, Kelley's Country Cookin' and the South Shore Grille. There is a great Peruvian restaurant in town called the Chuyos Peruvian Fusion Deli, and a delicious Barbeque joint called the Red River Barbeque.
  • Local SportsAs far as sport goes, League City offers its residents a wide selection of exciting options. The Eastern Regional Park, which can be found at 2105 Dickinson Avenue, allows those interested to sign up for a plethora of activities, sporting events and programs that take place within the park itself. There is a city pool, located at 450 West Walker, open to the public for those eager to make use of the swimming facilities. The Countryside Park, at 100 Alderwood, is the perfect place for family events, picnics, tournaments and team practice sessions. There is a football field, basketball and volleyball facilities, and two softball fields for public use. There is also a nature trail for visitors and locals who wish to hike. For more sporting and leisure opportunities, there is League Park and Bayridge Park.