Nottingham Country is a master-planned community developed during the 1970s and 1980s in multiple phases by the Kickerillo Companies. It is bordered by Interstate 10 at the north, Westgreen Boulevard to the west, Fry Road to the east, and Highland Knolls Drive to the south, making this neighborhood convenient location for people who communte into Downtown or the Energy Corridor. Nottingham Country offers a variety of home designs and price ranges, making it an attractive neighborhood for first-time home buyers and those who wish to trade up to a larger, well-appointed home. The neighborhood is divided into 10 sections, with section 1 being the oldest. Most of the homes in this neighborhood are Traditional or Colonial in style with some one-story Ranch homes too.
A beautiful neighborhood with mature trees, Nottingham Country is a deed-restricted community with an active homeowner’s association. The Nottingham Country Community Improvement Association maintains a playground, a soccer field, a volleyball court, and walking/jogging trails. There is also a pool, a clubhouse and tennis courts. George Bush Park and Terry Hershey Park are only minutes away. The Nottingham Country Municipal Utility District Greenbelt Park lies on the outer edge of the neighborhood. The 44 acre Greenbelt Park is now home to over 900 trees – 17 different varieties, 2 miles of trails, 8 picnic tables, 5 drinking fountains, 6 park benches, and plenty of open green space. The district installed interior lighting along the asphalt trail. The lights are on timers and are set to come on at 5:00 a.m. turn off at sunrise, come on at sunset and turn off at 10:00 p.m. In addition, the street lighting along the park perimeter has been upgraded from single arm lamps to double arm lamp posts to provide expanded lighting of the perimeter concrete trail. These improvements provide District residents with a high quality park facility while meeting the diverse desires expressed by residents during public meetings.
The Mason Creek Community Center offers residents of Mason Creek Utility District and Nottingham Country a quality meeting place and opportunities to participate in different types of activities, including sports, family events and other group activities. The Mason Creek Community Center is also the ideal choice for anyone looking for a rental property to entertain large parties or special events with the convenience of close proximity to the big city while offering the look and feel of a mature and quiet community. Nestled among the large live oak trees of Nottingham Country Community, the Mason Creek Community Center sits on nearly five acres of property with large shade trees and open patios surrounded by large pools and tennis courts. Two separate parking lots provide ample space for parking large events.
High performing schools for Nottingham Country are provided by the acclaimed Katy Independent School District. Students may attend Nottingham Elementary or Pattison Elementary, before moving on to Memorial Parkway Junior High or McMeans Junior High. High School students attend Taylor High, which received a Silver ranking by U.S. News & World Report for academic excellence.
Nottingham Country is close to local shops and dining as well as the Great Southwest Equestrian Center. There are several casual restaurants in the immediate area. Close to home, you’ll find The Crossing at Fry Road, a major retail plaza with a variety of national chains. Medical services are also convenient, with Texas Children’s Hospital West Campus and Houston Methodist West Hospital located just minutes away.
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