Meyerland homes are known for their high value and elegance. The deed-restricted community attracts young families and professionals, many of whom are second or third generation Meyerland real estate owners. Houses in the neighborhood come in several different styles, including Tudors, colonials, and ranch houses built in the 50s and 60s. Some residents are choosing to build new homes in more contemporary styles. In the early years of the development, there were a number of garden clubs. While they have been disbanded, the tradition of carefully tended gardens remains.
The Meyerland Plaza offers shopping close to Meyerland homes. The outdoor mall was first built in the 1950s and was totally remodeled and updated in the 1990s. Find clothes for the whole family, at JC Penney, Old Navy, Ross, and others. Pick up household goods at Target, Pier 1, and Bed Bath & Beyond. Meet for lunch or coffee at one of the cafes in the plaza.
Each other year, the Meyerland community gets together for the Afternoon in the Park. This festival is held at Goodwin Park. There’s plenty to eat and drink, a petting zoo, inflatable slides, face painters, crafts, and much more. Admission is free. The community also invests in it children with public schools known for rigorous academics and high graduation rates.
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