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Stagecoach Farms Market Report

Stagecoach Farms- Market Report March 2007 to March 2008!!

Stagecoach Farms - warning alligators in the lakeStagecoach Farms is located just to the north of Tomball and to the west of SH 249.  Stagecoach is actually an incorporated town. The town was developed on a 19th century stagecoach route thus the name Stagecoach.  The development was begun back in 1958 and back then was known as Stagecoach Farms.  The new community had two small lakes Lake Apache and Lake Hardin, with two parks for the use of the residents.  A civic club was started back in the 1960's. The first mayor was chosen in 1974 and the community incorporated in 1980 using the name Stagecoach TX.  As of the 2000 census there were 455 people with 155 households.  There were 162 homes at that time.  There have been new homes that have been built since then so I expect the population is larger now.   They have a mayor, city council and their own police force. 

Lake Apache and Lake Hardin are still in use.  The lakes are for the use of the residents and their guests.  There are picnic tables and a covered area around the lakes. The fishing is supposed to be fairly good and I hear that you do get to keep what you catch.  I don't think there are actually alligators in the lake but I'll bet that sign helps to keep people out of the water. 

If you are looking for a country subdivision/town with light restrictions this is the placStagecoach Farms has two lakes - Lake Apache and Lake Hardine for you. Homes are built from the 1960's to the present time.  There are occasionally Stagecoach lots on MLS for sale.  Most home sites have 1 acre with as much as 5 acres.  You can have horses and I believe you can also have FHA project animals.  The towering pine trees and large oaks make a great habitat for all kinds of local wildlife such as deer, raccoons and opossums.

The majority of the community is in the Magnolia Independent School District.  The very front of Stagecoach before you get to the lakes is in the Tomball Independent School district.  Both are exceptional school districts.

The market report below goes back one year as I did not find many homes that have sold.  This is one of those areas where houses don't come on the market all that often. 

Stagecoach Farm Resources

Market Report for Active homes listings for Stagecoach Farms March 2008

Closed Sales

Market Report for Closed homes sales in Stagecoach Farms March 12, 2007 to March 12 2008

 

Picnic area at stagecoach farms  for the use of owners and their guestFor all your real estate needs contact
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 These statistics were compiled from the Houston Association of REALTORS® data on 3/122008 at 10:00 A.M. This data is reflective of homes which were listed on the MLS; private sales are not included. Information was obtained from sources deemed reliable but not guaranteed. This information should not be used to determine the value of any property. Photos are for illustration purposes only and do not necessarily represent current or past listings.

Comment balloon 11 commentsMarchel Peterson • March 12 2008 11:45AM

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Marchel, you sure have a lot of little lates in your area. I love the name, Stagecoach. How quaint is that? Good localism stuff Marchel. ;-)

Pepper

Posted by Mesa, Arizona Real Estate Mesa Arizona Realtor, AzLadyInRed (Homes Arizona Real Estate LLC) almost 12 years ago
TERI, we do have a lot of lakes.  I always wondered about that until I went to a meeting when they updated the flood maps.  All of our cute little lakes are retention ponds (lol).
Posted by Marchel Peterson, Spring TX Real Estate E-Pro (Results Realty) almost 12 years ago
Marchel - I am taking a tour of Texas one town at a time.  Thank you.
Posted by Jennifer Fivelsdal, Mid Hudson Valley real estate connection ( JFIVE Home Realty LLC | 845-758-6842|162 Deer Run Rd Red Hook NY 12571) almost 12 years ago
Marchel - I love Stagecoach Farms!  There are some nice sized lots there.
Posted by Candy Henthorne, Spring Texas Real Estate (Results Realty) almost 12 years ago
JENNIFER, Thanks for stopping off at Stagecoach on your tour.  It is a fun area!  Lots of nature!!
Posted by Marchel Peterson, Spring TX Real Estate E-Pro (Results Realty) over 11 years ago
JENNIFER, Thanks for stopping off at Stagecoach on your tour.  It is a fun area!  Lots of nature!!
Posted by Marchel Peterson, Spring TX Real Estate E-Pro (Results Realty) over 11 years ago
Marchel, Nice localism post... You have some really cool places around you just reviewing some of your previous posts. "Stagecoach" is a really pretty area!
Posted by Bo Hunt, Metro-Atlanta Mortgage Professional (First Choice Mortgage Group) over 11 years ago
Bo, I can honestly say I lOVE the area we live in.  We have so many fun places to write localism post on; it has made it hard for me to decide which ones to choose.  There is only so much time that I can devote to it; I guess that is a good problem to have.
Posted by Marchel Peterson, Spring TX Real Estate E-Pro (Results Realty) over 11 years ago
Marchel - wonderful job as always - you are the local expert
Posted by Thesa Chambers, Principal Broker - Licensed in Oregon (Fred Real Estate Group) over 11 years ago
  1. THESA, Thanks for stopping by.  I have some wonderful subdivisions to highlight. 
Posted by Marchel Peterson, Spring TX Real Estate E-Pro (Results Realty) over 11 years ago

L & M's THE EYES OF TEXAS contest to find the best old church in Texas
Still time to vote.

M, remind me to explain this :).  L

Posted by Liz Carter, Broker/Owner of Liz Carter & Team Realty, Katy TX (Houston) (Liz Carter & Team Realty-Your Real Estate Resource For Life!) over 11 years ago

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