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Best Places To Live In New Territory, TX

  • New Territory, TX
  • Your matching location
  • Population: 15,843
  • New Territory is a suburb of Houston that has a lot to offer including good schools, neighbors and peace and quiet. The schools are some of the best and offer a well-rounded education with several
Nearby Areas With A High Livability Score88
  • Cinco Ranch, TX
  • 11 miles away (City)
  • Population: 17,605
  • Cinco Ranch, Texas is a place that I am proud to say is my home. This community is actually one that was planned and developed. Once you move here, you will feel a connection to this place like you have
  • West University, Houston, TX
  • 17.4 miles away (Neighborhood)
  • Population: 34,360
  • Sugar Land, TX
  • 3.5 miles away (City)
  • Population: 85,681
  • The city heavily regulates building and business codes, making it more difficult to open, and expensive to maintain, a business. The police are quite active with stopping people for radar, and using red
  • West University Place, TX
  • 17.6 miles away (City)
  • Population: 15,318
  • I like that West University Place, Texas is a unique town. This town is a community that serves as a housing community for the bigger cities. Houston Texas is close to this city and serves the community
  • Bunker Hill Village, TX
  • 15.2 miles away (City)
  • Population: 3,909
  • Piney Point Village, TX
  • 15.4 miles away (City)
  • Population: 3,312
  • Fulshear, TX
  • 13.4 miles away (City)
  • Population: 4,572
  • Rice Military, Houston, TX
  • 21.3 miles away (Neighborhood)
  • Population: 23,452
  • Greatwood, TX
  • 3.1 miles away (City)
  • Population: 12,040
  • I experienced fine stay while living in Greatwood Texas. The city is located in Fort Bend County. Greatwood is close to Sugar Land Texas and is in close proximity to Houston. The town has fine schools in
  • Meadows Place, TX
  • 7.3 miles away (City)
  • Population: 4,721
  • I grew up in Meadows Place and my parents still live there to this day. It is completely suburban, but not cookie cutter. The housing is reasonably priced and it is definitely a middle/working class
  • Bellaire, TX
  • 15.6 miles away (City)
  • Population: 18,140
  • Living in Bellaire is really great. The fact to keep in mind is that we live in Bellaire, although Houston is only a few minutes away. Some days it is nice to be able to spend time in the city, and with
  • Hunters Creek Village, TX
  • 16.9 miles away (City)
  • Population: 4,688
  • Greater Heights, Houston, TX
  • 21.4 miles away (Neighborhood)
  • Population: 57,943
  • The Greater Heights area in Houston used to be an amalgam of warehouses and small neighborhoods that dotted the northwest corner of downtown. Originally it went from, Washington Avenue north to
  • Montrose, Houston, TX
  • 20.6 miles away (Neighborhood)
  • Population: 35,723
  • Northwest, Houston, TX
  • 23 miles away (Neighborhood)
  • Population: 138,832
  • Midtown, Houston, TX
  • 21.5 miles away (Neighborhood)
  • Population: 6,409
  • River Oaks, Houston, TX
  • 19 miles away (Neighborhood)
  • Population: 31,337
  • Pecan Grove, TX
  • 3.3 miles away (City)
  • Population: 17,037
  • If you work in Houston, but want to live in a quieter suburb, then living in Pecan Grove, Texas may be for you. I have lived here in Pecan Grove for more than 10 years and I love it. The real estate here
  • North, Houston, TX
  • 25.3 miles away (Neighborhood)
  • Population: 119,685
  • I've lived in North Houston for five years now, and I love every moment of it. Hailing from Los Angeles, I've swapped one big city for another, gaining in the process. Residing in the Woodlands has given
  • Galleria-Uptown, Houston, TX
  • 16.1 miles away (Neighborhood)
  • Population: 67,996
  • I lived in the Galleria-Uptown Houston area from February 2007 to July 2009. Both the neighborhood and surrounding areas were considered upscale communities. Both residential and commercial real estate
  • Missouri City, TX
  • 9.3 miles away (City)
  • Population: 71,732
  • Having lived in Missouri City, TX for the past several years, I have come to find the city quite accommodating. Growing up in a much larger area, I have enjoyed the unique features this smaller community
  • Katy, TX
  • 16 miles away (City)
  • Population: 16,632
  • People are nice enough; streets are clean; there are some nice parks. Other than that, there is not much to draw much interest. The traffic is and through Houston...worse than NYC. There
  • Southside Place, TX
  • 17.2 miles away (City)
  • Population: 1,746
  • West Houston, Houston, TX
  • 12.2 miles away (Neighborhood)
  • Population: 139,738
  • If you love a partially tropical climate where the sun shines most of the time you are going to love the neighborhood of Nottingham Forest VIII in Houston, Texas. In October of 2000 my family and I moved
  • Southwest, Houston, TX
  • 14.1 miles away (Neighborhood)
  • Population: 108,921
  • Rice, Houston, TX
  • 19.2 miles away (Neighborhood)
  • Population: 16,664
  • Needville, TX
  • 16.4 miles away (City)
  • Population: 3,040
  • Sienna Plantation, TX
  • 13.5 miles away (City)
  • Population: 15,649
  • Sienna Plantation in Texas is a wonderful place to live and raise a family. There is a great deal of history in the city dating prior Civil War era. Besides the history it is also a great place to raise
  • Greater Memorial, Houston, TX
  • 16 miles away (Neighborhood)
  • Population: 35,799
  • Four Corners, TX
  • 5.6 miles away (City)
  • Population: 13,385
  • Living in Four Corners, TX was a great experience for my family and I. We got to see a lot and do a lot. I would say that the city is overall a busy place. There is lots of businesses, lots of
  • Manvel, TX
  • 21.1 miles away (City)
  • Population: 7,402
  • Hilshire Village, TX
  • 18.2 miles away (City)
  • Population: 852
  • Richmond, TX
  • 4.4 miles away (City)
  • Population: 11,939
  • If you live on the North side of the tracks, the area is treated like a step child. Money has been spent foolishly on stuff that most of the home owners wont use or need. My opinion, we need new blood in
  • Spring Valley Village, TX
  • 17.6 miles away (City)
  • Population: 4,098
  • Medical, Houston, TX
  • 18.2 miles away (Neighborhood)
  • Population: 44,356
  • Stafford, TX
  • 7.8 miles away (City)
  • Population: 18,026
  • Being a Stafford resident is awesome. I have been living here for quite a number of years now, and I can honestly say it is the best place for finding something to do and to keep entertained. Stafford
  • Mission Bend, TX
  • 7.1 miles away (City)
  • Population: 37,334
  • I lived in Mission Bend temporarily due to work. Overall, it was an alright city but it felt lacking in a few ways. One of the things I did like about Mission Bend was that it was easy enough to afford
  • Weston Lakes, TX
  • 15.2 miles away (City)
  • Population: 3,069
  • Fifth Street, TX
  • 8.3 miles away (City)
  • Population: 2,071
  • Rosenberg, TX
  • 8.4 miles away (City)
  • Population: 34,908
  • Living in Rosenberg, Texas is very country, quiet and peaceful. The people are very nice and it's not uncommon to see neighbors helping each other out. The best part about Rosenberg is that we are not
  • Meyerland, Houston, TX
  • 13.6 miles away (Neighborhood)
  • Population: 69,368
  • I live in Meyerland, Houston Texas. Meyerland was once the quintessential upper middle class neighborhood. With Houston getting so large and the American demographic aging, the neighborhood has really
  • Rosharon, TX
  • 22 miles away (City)
  • Population: 1,972
  • Cumings, TX
  • 6.6 miles away (City)
  • Population: 632
  • Fresno, TX
  • 13.6 miles away (City)
  • Population: 22,244
  • I've been living in Fresno Texas for three years and find it to be a unique charming small town on the suburb of Houston and provides all the conveniences to raise a family in a safe respectable
  • Arcola, TX
  • 14.8 miles away (City)
  • Population: 2,509
  • Hedwig Village, TX
  • 16.5 miles away (City)
  • Population: 2,655
  • Simonton, TX
  • 20.1 miles away (City)
  • Population: 792
  • Westchase, Houston, TX
  • 13.7 miles away (Neighborhood)
  • Population: 71,050
  • I returned here after 30 years of being away. I am appalled at what has happened to Westchase. It is not that is has gone from being soft, developed with the hope of goodness to all black, but that the
  • Pattison, TX
  • 23.2 miles away (City)
  • Population: 514
  • Spring Branch, Houston, TX
  • 19.1 miles away (Neighborhood)
  • Population: 143,332
  • Living in Spring Branch, a neighborhood in Northwest Houston, gives a lifestyle of convenience to city life while enjoying a family-oriented neighborhood. There are plenty of parks and community centers

Listed above are the best places to live in New Territory, TX for 2018. The list of best places is compiled using the AreaVibes Livability Score which is calculated from a score out of 100 and based on various categories. These categories include: amenities, cost of living, crime rates, education, employment, housing and weather. Displayed first is the matching location - New Territory, TX, followed by the best places to live near New Territory, TX, sorted by Livability Score.

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