Established as a sugar plantation during the mid 1800s, the city of Sugar Land is currently the largest city in Fort Bend County, and is home to the headquarters of Imperial Sugar, one of the country’s top sugar producers. A vibrant, booming metropolis containing the largest number of master-planned communities in the county, Sugar Land offers a high quality of life, outstanding schools, amenities, and recreational opportunities. Various sources like Forbes.com and Money Magazine have ranked Sugar Land as one of the “Top Cities to Live In America.”
Sugarland, TX Real Estate and Homes for Sale in Sugarland, TX
A wide range of real estate options is available in Sugar Land, from single-family residences to townhouses and condos, to golf course homes, waterfront properties, and sprawling luxury estates. Land and vacant lots suitable for new construction are also available for those who want to build their own home from scratch.
Sugar Land is also known for its many gated and master-planned communities that feature premier properties in exclusive neighborhoods. These include First Colony, Sugar Creek, Telfair, Venetian Estates, and more.
Sugar Land Areas of Interest
- The Sugar Land Town Square located at the intersection of U.S. Highway 59 and Texas State Highway 6 is a retail and business center with stores, restaurants, services, plus a hotel and conference center. Nearby is the First Colony Mall, with over 140 shops and a 24-screen cinema that includes anchor stores and popular international brand franchises like Banana Republic, Barnes & Noble, Dillard’s, Forever 21, JCPenney, Macy’s, Pottery Barn, Sephora, Williams-Sonoma, and more.
- The Houston Museum of Natural Science at Sugar Land is located along University Blvd in a building that was once a prison inmate dormitory. The museum features exhibits ranging from palaeontology to space sciences, along with an aquarium and digital dome theater.
- Golfing enthusiasts can choose from a variety of challenging courses at Sugar Land, which include the 27holesof golf at the Sugar Creek Country Club; the 18-hole private course at the Riverbend Country Club; the two courses at the Sweetwater Country Club; and the 18 holes at the Greatwood Golf Club that was ranked as one of the Top 25 Best Courses in Texas.