While the name might lead you to believe that Mission Bend was founded decades ago with an extensive history, the truth is different. It came into being in the 1980s, a product of suburban expansion of the Houston metro area. These days, about 37,000 people call the unincorporated city home. Planned with a mix of green space and shopping and residential areas, it has the amenities that come with being near the city.
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Great market for new homeowners! With a median selling price below the Texas state average, homes for sale represent a bargain. Only 20% of the properties are renter-occupied, meaning the community has more home ownership than most places. When both factors are considered, it's easy to see how rent to own options can be a good choice. There's lots of shopping in town, too, from West Oaks Mall to neighborhood spots like Fort Bend Center.
Convenient Houston metro access! With freeway access to the Westpark Tollway and connections to I-69 and I-10, driving to anywhere in Houston is relatively easy, especially if you can travel outside of heavy traffic times. Connecting streets, like Addicks Clodine Road and Beechnut Street, help commuters get from the housing developments to the freeways. Once you get home, you can head out to Emerald Bowl on Boone Road to knock over some pins.
Interesting dining options! You might think you need to head into Houston for great food, but, rest assured, there are good eateries right in Mission Bend. Try Lagos Island Cafe on Texas 6 for delectable West African fare, or go just a couple of doors down for great Mexican food at La Pupusa Loca Restaurant. Try Bundu Khan Kabab House on Bissonnet Street for tasty Indian offerings.
Wide housing selection! Mission Bend has several levels of homes to choose from. From affordable condos to large houses on big lots, Mission Bend has a nice range of options. After a day of house hunting, sample great Colombian food at Aka Carbon Y Sazon on Bellaire Blvd. or relax with a drink at Frank 'n' Steins Bar and Grill.
Amazing parks! Just across the Westpark Tollway is the incredible George Bush Park. It's huge, with several trails running through it and other recreational opportunities as well. It's several square miles of green space. There are also nice neighborhood parks like Boone Road Park.
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