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The area known as the Memorial Villages is actually a group of six independent villages in the Memorial area of Houston. This community was formerly an estate-centric area “out in the country,” occupied by many corporate executives who wanted to stay away from the hustle of Downtown Houston.

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Memorial Villages was prime to become a target for annex by the city of Houston.  So those residents created six villages, along with municipalities, fire and police departments to accompany them, and Memorial Villages was thus exempt from the annexation they feared.

Today, Memorial Villages carries its original charm, with massive country-style estates paralleling the quality of life found in River Oaks — with a lot less of a city feel. Billboards are outlawed in Memorial Villages, and shopping centers are allowed only along its perimeter.

bunker hill homes in houston BUNKER HILL VILLAGE
As of the 2000 census, there were 3,654 people, 1,226 households, and 1,085 families residing in the city of Bunker Hill Village. The median income was $177,274 per household, and $200,000 for a family.

Current market prices for homes in Bunker Hill Village are between $599,000 and up to nearly $3 million.

Bunker Hill Village is served by Spring Branch Independent School District. Two elementary schools, Bunker Hill Elementary School and Frostwood Elementary School, are located in the city limits.

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HEDWIG VILLAGE

Hedwig Village was incorporated in 1954. The 2000 census states that there were 2,334 people, 956 households, and 668 families residing in the city of Hedwig Village. The median income for a household in Hedwig Village was $66,250, and the median income for a family was $101,928.

Current market prices for homes in Hedwig Village are between $56,000 and up to nearly $3 million.

The city government site for Hedwig Village is located here.

Hedwig Village is served by the Spring Branch Independent School District. Some Hedwig Village students are zoned to Memorial Drive Elementary School in Piney Point Village. Some Hedwig Village students are zoned to Bunker Hill Elementary School in Bunker Hill Village. All Hedwig Village students are zoned to Spring Branch Middle School and Memorial High School, which are located in Hedwig Village.

A Kindergarten through 8th grade Catholic school called the St. Cecelia School, operated by the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Houston is located in Hedwig Village. A nearby Kindergarten through 12th grade Catholic school called the Duchesne Academy is located near Hedwig Village in Houston. Other nearby private schools include The Kinkaid School (Piney Point Village), The Monarch School (one campus in Houston and one campus in Hillshire Village; moving to a new Houston campus in 2008) and The Parish School.

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HILLSHIRE VILLAGE
The smallest of the Memorial Villages, the population of Hillshire Village was a mere 720 at the 2000 census. Hillshire Village is also the 10th wealthiest location in Texas by per capita income.

The median income for a household in Hillshire Village was $117,252, and the median income for a family was $129,025.

Hillshire Village as a community focuses on social events for its residents, including National Night Out Block Parties, as well as events intended to strengthen relationships between adults and kids.

Current market prices for homes in Hillshire Village are in the $500,000 range.

Hillshire Village is served by Spring Branch Independent School District. Hillshire Village is zoned to Valley Oaks Elementary School in Houston, Spring Branch Middle School in Hedwig Village, and Memorial High School in Hedwig Village.

Several private schools, including School of the Woods and one of the two campuses of The Monarch School, are located in Hillshire Village. The Monarch School plans to move out of its Hillshire Village campus and its campus in the Houston city limits into a new campus in the Houston city limits in August 2008 [3].

The Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Galveston-Houston operates St. Cecilia School, a K-8 Roman Catholic school, in nearby Hedwig Village. The Kinkaid School, a K-12 private school, is located in Piney Point Village.

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HUNTERS CREEK VILLAGE
Incorporated in 1954 like the other five villages, the 2-square mile area known as Hunters Creek Village is home to over 4,000 people. The median income for a household in the city was $171,294, and the median income for a family was $184,574.

The area has over six miles of hiking and biking paths, and 22 miles of streets wind through an area containing over 1,400 homes.

The city government site for Hunters Creek is located here.

Current market prices for homes in Hunters Creek are between $100,000 and nearly 3.5 million.

Most of Hunters Creek Village is north of the Buffalo Bayou; that portion is served by the Spring Branch Independent School District. One school, Hunters Creek Elementary School, is within the city boundaries. Students in Hunters Creek go to Spring Branch Middle School and Memorial High School, which are in Hedwig Village.

The portion south of the Buffalo Bayou is served by the Houston Independent School District.

HISD students are zoned to Briargrove Elementary School, Grady Middle School, and Lee High School (students may attend Lamar High School or Westside High School instead).

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piney point homes PINEY POINT VILLAGE
Not to be confused with Piney Point Estates, Piney Point Village is the 3rd wealthiest location in Texas by per capita income.

The median income for a household in the city was $184,991 in 2000, and the median income for a family was $200,000.

Current market prices in Piney Point are from $600,000 to nearly $20 million dollars

The city of Piney Point is known for its family-oriented 4th of July Festival, which attracts between 4-5,000 people each year and services all six of the Memorial Villages.

Almost all of the city is served by the Spring Branch Independent School District while a small portion is served by the Houston Independent School District.

Most of Piney Point Village is north of the Buffalo Bayou. That portion is served by Spring Branch Independent School District.

Memorial Drive Elementary School is within the city boundaries of Piney Point Village. Memorial Drive students in SBISD are zoned to Spring Branch Middle School and Memorial High School, both in Hedwig Village.

The portion south of the Buffalo Bayou is served by the Houston Independent School District.

HISD students are zoned to Emerson Elementary School, Revere Middle School, and Lee High School (students may attend Lamar High School or Westside High School instead.)

The Kinkaid School, a private K-12 school, is located in Piney Point Village.

St. Cecilia School, a K-8 Roman Catholic private school operated by the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Galveston-Houston, is located in nearby Hedwig Village.

Famous residents of Piney Point Village include Bellaire High School graduate Roger Clemens and Eugene Cernan, an astronaut and last man on the Moon.

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SPRING VALLEY VILLAGE
With a focused movement for improving pedestrian mobility within its city limits (something lacking in a lot of Houston-area neighborhoods), as well as a conscious effort to expand green spaces, the 3,600-plus people of Spring Valley Village have a lot of responsibility on their shoulders. Of course, they’ve put that on themselves, but that’s how the residents of Spring Valley Village and mayor Mike Andrews want it to be.

The city government site for Spring Valley is located here.

Spring Valley is served by the Spring Branch Independent School District. Spring Valley is zoned to Valley Oaks Elementary School in Houston, Spring Branch Middle School in Hedwig Village, and Memorial High School in Hedwig Village.

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Email Paige@HoustonProperties.com or call 713/384-5177 for more information about Memorial Villages.

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