Homes for rent in the Houston area offer residents the conveniences and entertainment sustained by the modern city. The largest city in Texas, Houston spreads along the southeast corner of the state in patterns of distinctly Texan barbecue joints, blues and country music venues, theaters, museums, and sporting arenas where locals file in to watch their revered teams. While the city has a lot to offer, many newcomers to the Lone Star State seek the promise of nature and comfort that are often missing from cities. Rentals in Kingwood, Texas, which borders Houston to the northeast, were designed specifically to fulfill these desires.
Nicknamed the "Livable Forest," the town of more than 65,000 residents was planned to accommodate residents who place much value on access to trails and scenic views rather than avenues and skyscrapers. Kingwood rentals were included in plans for the community, which consists of agricultural greenbelts, shopping centers, biking and hiking trails, and easy access to Lake Houston for boating, fishing and swimming -- a great way to beat the heat. Those who rent in Kingwood live in one of the town's 25 villages, many of which provide free swimming pool service for residents.
In the community, individuals with Kingwood rental homes are invited to participate in a number of annual events, including a Mardi Gras celebration in Town Center Park, Picnic in the Park the day before Easter, and a lively Fourth of July festival.
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