2022 Hunters Creek homes for sale & insider real estate guide

Hunters Creek is an upscale neighborhood that preserves the charm that makes Memorial Villages popular. These features are serene and stylish living that is a stone's throw away from the big city of Houston.

Hunters Creek covers a 2-square-mile area south of I-10. It is minutes away from Loop 610 and Memorial Park.

Homes in the city are highly desirable due to their:

Hunters Creek is protected by deed restrictions. The city has taken great care to maintain its wooded surroundings and preserve its tranquil charm.

Residents can also take advantage of Hunters Creek’s hike and bike paths apart from nearby retail and dining hubs.

Buying or selling a home in Hunters Creek can be challenging to navigate. This is due to the city's deed restrictions, low inventories, and different school zoning. Some properties such as newer homes on large lots tend to sell at a premium. Other properties may sell at a discount.

To get personal advice on buying or selling in the Hunters Creek Village area, contact Paige Martin, one ofHouston's best realtors and one of the top-ranked Realtors in the United States.

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Table of Contents

  1. Hunters Creek Home Sale Trends
  2. Hunters Creek Best Realtor Insights
  3. Hunters Creek Maps, Location & Zip Code
  4. Hunters Creek Schools
  5. Hunters Creek Real Estate Market

Hunters Creek Home Sale Trends

Hunters Creek Real Estate Trends

Hunters Creek is one of the most affluent and expensive neighborhoods in the state of Texas. The area is popular for its vintage ranch-style homes and sprawling estates.

Factors that make Hunters Creek a much-coveted choice:

Hunters Creek is within the prestigious Memorial Villages. Likewise, an active civic organization enforces deed restrictions in the area.

Hunters Creek Best Realtor Insights

Hunters Creek Village has some of the most expensive real estate in the state. It's one of the six independent cities that make up the Memorial Villages, and is known for its luxury and affluence.

Hunters Creek Sale

Hunters Creek Maps, Location & Zip Code

Hunters Creek Map

Commute Time Hunters Creek
Downtown (min) 15
Med Ctr (min) 20
Energy Corridor (min) 10
Galleria (min) 10

Map of Hunters Creek

Highlights Hunters Creek
Amenities Hunters Creek is one of the well-sought neighborhoods of the Memorial Villages.

Hip restaurants, bars, and cafes are peppered within and around the area. Parks with miles of trail are also within reach for the residents of Hunters Creek.

This village also offers quick access to businesses and employment centers such as the Westchase Business District and the Energy Corridor.
Golf Courses The nearest golf club from Hunters Creek are:

- Houston Country Club

- Oaks Country Club

- Lakeside Country Club

- Memorial Park Golf Course
Run / Bike Trails There are a number of trails within the area, to name a few;

- Memorial Park

- Brays Bayou Park

- White Oak Bayou Green Away
Nearby Retail / Dining DINING:

- Carrabba’s

- The Buffalo Grille

- Barnaby's Cafe

- Island Grill

- Adair Kitchen


- Houston Night Life Event

- DJ Waynehead Entertainment
Major Employers Hunters Creek offers close proximity to the Energy Corridor. Energy Corridor's largest employers include:

- BP

- CITGO Petroleum Corporation

- ConocoPhillips

- J. Ray McDermott

- McDermott International

- MD Anderson West Houston

- Petroleum Geo-Services

- SBM Offshore USA

- Shell Oil Company

- Topgolf Houston West

- WorleyParsons

Hunters Creek Schools

Top Elementary Schools Great Schools Ranking
Memorial Drive Elem 9

Top Middle Schools Great Schools Ranking
Grady Middle 7

The city is zoned to both the Spring Branch ISD and the Houston ISD. Homes north of the Buffalo Bayou are under SBISD, while the southern portion is served by HISD.

Pre-schoolers may attend the Wildcat Way School. Hunters Creek Elementary is located within the city boundaries. Some residents are zoned to Memorial Drive Elementary located in Piney Point Village.

Spring Branch Middle School and Memorial High School, both in Hedwig Village, serve students in Hunters Creek.

Residents south of the Buffalo Bayou are zoned to the HISD's Briargrove Elementary School, Grady Middle School, and Lee High School. Students may opt to attend Lamar High School or Westside High School.

Elementary Schools

Middle Schools

High Schools

Hunters Creek Village Houston Private Schools

The following are some of the more notable private schools near Hunters Creek Village.

To find an updated listing of all Hunters Creek Village real estate zoned to any specific public school, please send an email to Paige Martin at with the property preference and budget that you're working with.

*Note: School zoning tends to change from year to year, the information provided above is accurate but not guaranteed. Please double-check by visiting the school's website.

Hunters Creek Real Estate Market

Hunters Creek Village Maps and Location

Hunters Creek Village TX covers approximately 2 square miles, stretching south of Katy Freeway (I-10) and north of the Buffalo Bayou.

A small portion of the city juts out south of the bayou.

Located at the easternmost part of the Memorial Villages, the city has Katy Freeway to the north, Hedwig Village and Piney Point Village to the west, the Buffalo Bayou to the south, and Houston to the east. Spring Valley Village is across the freeway north of Hunters Creek.

The city boasts 6.33 miles of hike and bike paths.

Hunters Creek homes have easy access to major Houston centers, including The Galleria, Downtown, Museum District, and Medical Center. Further west of the city is another major employment center, the Energy Corridor.

For retail and entertainment, residents can take a short drive to the Galleria/Uptown District. The Galleria is home to more than 400 boutiques and restaurants, with over 2,000,000 square feet of space. The Memorial City Mall, the CityCentre Plaza, and Town & Country Village are west of Hunters Creek Village.

Memorial Villages Map

Hunters Creek Village Texas is under the 77024 zip code. The area south of the Buffalo Bayou has a 77063 zip code. (View Houston zip code map.)

Hunters Creek Village Real Estate Trends

Memorial Villages Real Estate Trends

Hunters Creek real estate is among the most expensive in the Houston area. Property values have remained strong over the years. Homes in the area have a median sales price of over $1,500,000.

Like most of the Memorial Villages, growth is not possible for Hunters Creek Village. This, however, has led to homeowners replacing old ranch-style homes with custom-built homes equipped with modern luxuries.

Updating and maintaining the area's original homes are also keeping the prices up.

Despite slight fluctuations, Hunters Creek homes have steadily appreciated over the years. Tight inventories and high demand also contribute to the city's strong appreciation rates.

(Data sourced from the Houston Association of Realtors Multiple Listing Service and is deemed reliable but not guaranteed.)

For updated information regarding Hunters Creek Village real estate pricing and trend analysis, please contact Paige Martin at

Hunters Creek Village Single-Family Home Sale Trends

Hunters Creek Village Home Sale

Hunters Creek Village homes are built according to deed restrictions and zoning ordinances. Much like the neighboring Villages, these standards maintain the look and feel of the area.

Some homes are within gated subdivisions that strictly comply with building regulations.

Most properties occupy large lot areas, ranging from 22,000 to more than 45,000 square feet. Architectural styles also vary. Some homes feature contemporary or French styles, though most lean toward traditional designs.

Floor plans may include 4 bedrooms and 3 and a half baths. Larger estates, however, can feature as many as 7 bedrooms, with garage space for 4 cars.

A number of factors affect pricing in Hunters Creek Village, including location, size, and age. Older homes on smaller lots tend to sell for lower prices, while newer construction homes and updated estates can sell for more than $3,000,000.

Hunters Creek Village Townhomes Sale Trends

Hunters Creek Village Townhomes Sale

Townhomes are not very popular in Hunters Creek Village due to deed restrictions and local building codes.

There are, however, some townhomes within the vicinity and neighboring Houston districts.

Hunters Creek Village Condo Sale Trends

There are no highrise and midrise condos in Hunters Creek.

There are, however, some condos in the Memorial Area:

To see other condos within the Inner Loop, see Inner Loop Houston Condos. To see more condos within and near the Memorial area, please see Memorial Houston Condos.

Hunters Creek Village TX History

Like most of the Memorial area, some of Hunters Creek Village's early settlers were farmers. Sawmills and a handful of homes were in the area during the 1930s.

Growth in Hunters Creek started in earnest a couple of decades later, during the 1950s and 60s. The completion of the I-10 and Houston's housing boom led to developers building subdivisions and homes for upper-middle-class families along the Buffalo Bayou.

During this period, Houston was looking to expand its borders to include unincorporated neighborhoods. Looking to prevent annexation and preserve residential zoning, Hunters Creek, along with 5 other villages, petitioned for incorporation.

In 1954, Hunters Creek was incorporated with a mayor-alderman type of government. By the mid-1960s, Hunters Creek Village had a school and a church.

From 1960 to 1980, the village's population almost doubled, from 2,478 to 4,580.

Today, Hunters Creek Village operates as an independent city. It also co-operates the Memorial Villages Police Department with Bunker Hill and Piney Point. The Village Fire Department and the Memorial Villages Water Authority serve all 6 villages.

Forbes lists Hunters Creek as one of the "Top Suburbs to Live Well". A BusinessWeek study named Hunters Creek Village the most expensive suburb in Texas.

Among the most expensive neighborhoods in west Houston, Hunters Creek features gated subdivisions, upscale homes, and grand estates.

Fun Things To Do Near Hunters Creek Village

Like most of the Memorial Villages, Hunters Creek has deed restrictions in place that forbid commercial establishments in the general area of the neighborhood. Stores, shopping centers, and restaurants are relegated to the fringes of the city.

Residents, nevertheless, have plenty of entertainment, shopping, and outdoor activity options.

Located in Hunters Creek, the Houston Racquet Club is a historic landmark, especially for tennis fans. It is cited as the birthplace of the modern WTA Tour. It still offers tennis and fitness facilities on its grounds at 10709 Memorial Drive.

Courtside Cafe and The Grill cater to members of the club. The club went into a reciprocal relationship with the Westwood Golf Club, located at 8888 Country Creek Drive. It features an 18-hole golf course and practice facilities (driving range and short-game area).

Located at 1 Potomac Drive, the Houston Country Club is located just south of the Hunters Creek, across the Buffalo Bayou. Lakeside Country Club, another members-only club, is located at 100 Wilcrest Drive.

Memorial Park Golf Course is just a short drive away from Hunters Creek. This 18-hole golf course is a top-rated municipal golf course. It has a 122 slope rating and a 73-course rating.

The Galleria, a major Houston shopping destination, is also a few minutes away. Other shopping hubs like the Memorial City Mall and the CityCentre are equally accessible from the neighborhood.

Fun Things Hunters Creek

Hunters Creek residents also have convenient access to entertainment, retail, and cultural hubs in Houston, including the Museum District and Downtown Houston.

Here are some of Hunters Creek Village Texas must-visit places:



Country Clubs and Golf Courses



(Map of Hunters Creek

Hunters Creek Village Houston Realtor -- Paige Martin

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