If you are wondering what neighborhoods are selling like funnel cakes at the fair then you are going to like the posts this week. All week the focus will be on home sales in some of the most popular neighborhoods in Southeast Texas.
Its Monday and today we'll be talking about home sales in Walden Meadows.
To start with, Walden Meadows is a fairly small neighborhood, with only five streets and about fifty completed homes. Development of the neighborhood began less than 10 years ago and most of the homes are only a few years old. Prices start in the high 200's.
Here's what you should know about residential sales activity in Walden Meadows this year:
- There have been two sales.
- A four bedroom, four bath on Silverleaf sold for $271,000 which was over $100/square foot.
- A four bedroom, two and a half bath sold for $305,000 which was also over $100/square foot.
- There is a four bedroom, two and a half bath currently under contract. It will be the lowest price per square foot sale in the neighborhood this year. (Still close to $100/square foot).
- There are currently two homes for sale.
- Average days on the market for Walden Meadows is 60.
- With five homes having been put on the market this year, the neighborhood turnover is right at about 10% for 2009.
Location, location, location:
They say location is everything in real estate. Walden Meadows combines the best of both worlds. You've got easy access to I-10. You are within walking distance to the new elementary school. The BISD school zonesfor the community are Dishman Elementary, Vincent Middle, and Westbrook High. For you golfers out there you can walk across the street to Brentwood Country Club, one of the best golf courses is Southeast Texas. Its a short drive to Dowlen Road shopping and dining but away from its hustle and bustle.
Moving to Beaumont or just looking to move to a new neighborhood, Walden Meadows might be for you. Just remember with homes averaging about sixty days on the market, you'll want to act quickly because homes in Walden Meadows can sell faster than funnel cakes at the Southeast Texas fair.