Westchase and Royal Oaks Community Information

Westchase and Royal Oaks
Residents of Westchase and Royal Oaks enjoy the peaceful and protected lifestyle of living in small areas where the total population just exceeds 25,000. However, their proximity to the Houston metropolitan area opens many more doors of opportunity that makes these residential communities excellent places to live, work and play. So, when searching for a home, look no further than the fine housing opportunities available in Westchase and Royal Oaks and discover for yourself why so many are proud to call these wonderful communities their home.

Education
Residents of Westchase and Royal Oaks are served by the Houston and Alief Independent School Districts, which is comprised of several progressive schools including Sneed Elementary, Budewig Intermediate, O?Donnell Middle School as well as Hastings, Elsik and Taylor High Schools. Additionally, several parochial and private schools are scattered throughout surrounding areas and nearby cities. For students wishing to pursue an education of higher learning, Houston Community College and the University of Houston are each only a 30-minute commute from Westchase and Royal Oaks.

Recreation
This region?s warm climate promotes an active lifestyle for many residents. The area?s Parks and Recreations Department cares for and maintains three prominent park facilities: Arthur Storey Park, Beltway Park and George Bush Park. These sites feature sports courts, expansive grass fields and softball diamonds, as well as tennis courts and picnic areas. Community sponsored special events such as the Concerts in the Park series and Movie Nights under the Stars are a couple of the many events that bring residents together throughout the year.

Royal Oaks Country Club features golf and tennis at its finest. The golf course is a Fred Couples inspired design while the tennis facilities offer modern amenities such as a redesigned pro shop, locker rooms and the addition of three new courts. The region also has several lakes, ponds and small waterways that lead to the Gulf of Mexico, making it possible to participate in a wide variety of water sports such as jet skiing, boating, kayaking and fishing.

Things to Do
Residents of Westchase and Royal Oaks work or have reason to visit Metropolitan Houston regularly. The benefit of an extensive and advanced transportation network makes commuting into this metropolis easy. Affectionately known as the ?Bayou City?, Houston is a fun and exciting city that features many elaborate amenities, such as world-renowned art and entertainment, professional sporting events, fine dining, major recreational attractions and employment opportunities in a vast array of professions. Houston?s downtown has been revitalized with numerous clubs and restaurants, professional sporting venues, performance centers and concert halls that have helped bring nightlife back into the city.