Review of Humble, Texas

Kingwood, for families
Star Rating - 3/19/2014
Kingwood is a funny, quaint little town. Having lived all over the country, I give an honest and thorough comparative review. The school system is rather average, I suggest enrolling your children in private school if possible. The houses however, are extremely affordable. While it isn't exactly a dreamland, life in Kingwood is much less expensive than other places. I would describe the feel of it as your typical suburban family town, and if that's the thing you're into, then it's perfect for you. However, if you're someone who's more adventurous and don't possess a retroactive mindset, I'm going to be honest in saying this is not the place for you. Not too much ever really happens in this town, there is a nice, nearby lake though. Also, you're close to Galveston, which while being notoriously known as "dirty", it actually does have its own charm. Another upside is that the country club is easy to get into, it's nothing like the over-prestigious Dallas country club or other famous ones. Basically if you're a new family with not too much money and don't mind the overbearing humidity of Houston weather, I recommend you consider this town.
Raymond | Houston, TX
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