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LGI Homes New Sunrise Meadow’s Community Is About Location, Location, And Location

Tuesday, September 22, 2009 / LGI Homes

LGI Homes New Sunrise Meadow’s Community Is About Location, Location, And Location
Sunrise Meadow, a new LGI Homes community, offers a prime location of new retail, dining and entertainment within wonderful Houston Texas. These new Houston homes for sale offers affordable homes with monthly payments starting at $599 per month! Sunrise Meadow provides luxury living with 2-4 bedrooms, 2-bathrooms, oversized landscaped lots, a neighborhood park, all within minutes away from shopping, museums, and first-class golf. At Sunrise Meadow’s it’s about location, location, location.


It’s no surprise that LGI Homes built the new community of Sunrise Meadow in Houston Texas. Houston offers something for everyone. You could spend 365 days in Houston and not see all the brilliance the vibrant city presents.  From some of the best fishing spots in the U.S. to world-class museums, you'll find what you're looking for near Sunrise Meadows.

If you decide to call Sunrise Meadows your new home, make sure to check out the Houston Museum District. With more than seven million visitors a year, The Museum District is one of the most sought after cultural destination in the country. Eleven of the eighteen museums within the Houston Museum District are free for your family to enjoy all year long. The Buffalo Soldiers National Museum is a must see that shows the amazing history of the African-American soldiers by accounting their accomplishments from the Revolutionary War. The Children's Museum of Houston is to be a sure hit for your kids with 14 galleries of hands-on activities. The Children’s Museum was ranked by MSN as the No. 1 children's museum in the country.

For more of a thrilling experience, head over to the Armadillo Palace. The Armadillo Palace provides flair of southern charm mixed with a splash of cowboy-chic, at this one of a kind country bar. Every Thursday, Friday, and Saturday the Armadillo Palace live band raises the roof and your spirits. With good-old fashion Texas eats and an all-star collection of Goode Company specialties, you’ll be dying for seconds. Everything from steak, empanadas, delectable seafood campechana, and even venison chili can be found at the restaurant, not to mention Texas brews and western-themed cocktails are always stocked at the bar.

Just outside the city's striking glass-and-steel skyscrapers, you’ll find golf courses throughout the rolling, wooded terrain. Houston’s ideal weather of an average yearly temperature of 70 degrees is perfect for golf enthuses. Columbia Lakes Golf Course is located within 2,000 wooded acres of South Texas. The year-round public 18-hole golf course is just an hour from Sunrise Meadow. Test your skills at the top ten ranked “Americas’ Top 100 Golf Courses for under $100” by Travel and Leisure Magazine, at the BlackHorse Golf Course.

 
Everything is bigger in Texas, and that includes the fishing. Houston is a top destination for enthusiastic fishermen, with 50 miles of the Gulf of Mexico offering a one of a kind fishing experience. Houston’s 1.5 million acres of lakes, 80,000 miles of rivers, streams and bayous of Texas, provide great bites of large-mouth bass, crappie, sunfish, white bass and various species of catfish. The Gulf of Mexico and in its inshore waters of Texas is a great place for sport fishing.  Catches include tarpon, kingfish, red snapper, wahoo, ling, bonito and yellow-finned tuna.  For those looking for an adventure, try bill fishing, with opportunities to catches blue and white marlin and sailfish.

If Huston sounds like your kind of town, take a look at what Sunrise Meadow by LGI Homes has for you. These new LGI Homes for sale offer a new community with a 3 acre fishing lake, walking trails, plus of a beautiful stone entry.



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