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8115 East Haven Blvd, 77034
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Humble, Texas

by rym123

Hello Everyone,
We're from California and searching to buy a home in a town called Humble, Texas I believe it's about 30 minutes from Houston. We interested in a new home community called Foxwood. Is anyone familiar with this area? Is it safe, good schools, weather, and Jobs. Thank you in advance for any comments.

RE: Humble, Texas

by JH0331

Hi. I'm from southern california and moved to humble about a year ago. Atascosita is within is the better part of the city. Eagle Springs, and Summerwood are two new neighborhoods...they are beautiful. I love the area...everything is very accessible. AND THIS AREA IS DEFINITELY MORE AFFORDABLE!!! Good luck!!

RE: Humble, Texas

by bexterplus3

Hi, we're in Humble, too. Next door to Atascacita called Kingwood. It is beautiful. Really nice place to be! Lowest crime rate in Houston Area, top rated schools, state champs at everything right now as well as good music & art programs too. Easy to access everything with THE BEST freeway here 59North. You'll find Houston VERY spread out so you will need 59 and the Beltway 8 loop. We have lived all over Houston & surrounding area and my husband loves Humble best so we bought here. I enjoy it too now especially for our youngsters. $$ goes a LOT farther outside the city & it is much more peaceful. We have a GREAT house, 1 story 2500 sft & all the amenities ( granite, wood floors, recessed lighting, vaulteds, etc etc) for $160. Job market is good. Weather is good, but hotter & more humid than California. Mosquitos (the only real irritant) are bad right now because of Hurricane backlash. The heat can take a while to get used to mostly July, Aug & Sept. What kind of job would you be looking for & what attracts you about Foxwood? I am drawing a blank right now on Foxwood...I think it is off 1960 in the subdivision next to where we used to be...Humble is great. I have traveled alot & there is a lot of charm here. I'll look into foxwood more, hope that helps! Becky

RE: Humble, Texas

by wasserball

I lived in CA most of my life, but my job relocated me to Houston. I live in a community called Friendswood, southeast of Houston. I'm familiar with Humble. Kingwood and The Woodlands are two areas you might want to consider also. I love those two areas, but they are far from work. One thing you need to keep in mind is that price of housing is much less than in CA, so don't get over emotional in buying more than you need. I read in the Houston Chronicle that statistically, homes do not appreciate very much in Houston, if any. Tract homes over 5 years below more difficult to sell because there are so many new developments to select from. The MLS link is very imformative. Be familiar with the areas before you buy.

Travel Tips for Houston

recycle, reduce, reuse

by heitzenrater

John Milkovisch’s (an artest) created, In the late 60’s, what's now referred to as the “Beer Can House” . it is located at 222 Malone Street. John started his project in 1968 inlaying thousands of marbles, rocks, brass figures and metal pieces in concrete blocks and redwood, all of which were used to make patios, fences, flower boxes, etc. The result was a yard with no grass. The entire front and back was covered with cement. When asked why he did it, John simply answered, “I got sick of mowing the grass.”

Beer Can House
222 Malone
Houston, Texas

Located just off Memorial Drive between Shepherd and Westcott. From Shepherd, head west on Memorial. Turn right (north) on Malone just after the light at Detering Street. The Beer Can House is approximately 1 block up on the right hand side of the street.

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Its worth seeing if you have time to put it in your trip.


Cars, Cars, and more Cars!!!

by H-TownJourneyman

Well, where to start with the transportation situation in Houston? Ok, it stinks! Houston is a massive, spawling metropolis, and without a major mass transit system in place, a car in Houston will be your best friend! If you are visiting Houston and are going to be basically staying in one area, a cab will do you just fine. Or if you are going to be around the Downtown, Museum District, or Texas Medical Center areas, then our Metrorail train will work for you. Maybe for some reason you have several hours to kill, then the bus system is also an option. Other than that, a visit to your nearest rent-a-car branch would be advised. Houston is so spread out, from Bush Intercontinental Airport north of town to NASA south of town will take well over an hour, without traffic. Traffic here is another subject altogether. With most of the several million people here owning a car, just throwing a little construction into the mix would cause quite a bit of traffic. But you will soon observe that every freeway in town is under construction. And it is that way all the time, so don't think that you might escape it during your visit here. It will find you! So, if you are driving in Houston, do what we do, sit back, and enjoy the view of breaklights and the lovely orange construction pylons. Oh, and leave early!!!

Upscale Dining

by topmarmot about Mark's

A great restaurant for those special occasions, such as when someone else is paying.

The building is a very tastefully converted church, with tables located in the main body, the west aisle and on the balcony.

Dress is smart. Most guys wear jacket and tie.

The food is fantastic. Both times I have been, I have struggled with the choice, but to the rescue comes Mark's appetiser sample plate, with 5 or 6 nibbles of various dishes. There are a lot of imaginative entrees on offer. The desserts are good, but frankly by the time you get to that stage, your taste buds will be pretty much worn out.

Amazing selection of wines, not all of them astronomically priced.

You'll need a reservation most nights.

Space Center Houston

by seagoingJLW

Visit Space Center Houston, the official visitors center of the Johnson Space Center. Here you will see the past achievements of NASA and witness today's history in the making.

Everything you see is realistic. Each attraction is self guided, giving you the opportunity to take your time or rush through.

Go for the butterflies @ the M. of Natural History

by XenoHumph

The Museum of Natural History of Houston has the usual exhibitions about dinosaurs, gems and minerals, planetarium and temporary exhibits, a lot geared for children. Themes of the permanent exhibits are:
- Paleontology
- Gems & Minerals
- Smith Gem Vault
- Energy
- Texas Wildlife
- Malacology
- African Wildlife
- The Americas
- Chemistry
- Discovery Place
- Earth Forum
- Space Science
- The Pendulum
- Egypt
But to me, the most spectacular part is the butterfly greenhouse with its hundreds of beautiful large butterflies, its insects and the big iguana not to be missed!
It's opened Monday - Saturday 9 am - 5 pm and Sunday 11 am - 5 pm
Tickets are quite expensive, especially as the Butterfly exhibit ($8), Planetarium ($6) and Imax ($8) are sold separately from the other permanent exhibits ($9) and from the temporary exhibits. Prices are for adults as of 2006.


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