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The extension of the Westpark Tollway and the widening of FM 1093 through Fulshear are underway. Completion is scheduled for 2018.
What are the taxes in Fulshear Run?
The total tax rate is $3.336 per $100 assessed value (as of Feb., 2016).
What is the school district?
Lamar Consolidated Independent School District
How far from Fulshear Run are the public schools?
Huggins Elementary School, just a mile from Fulshear Run, is operated by Lamar Consolidated Independent School District. Opening Fall 2016: Churchill Fulshear High School and Dean Leaman Junior High School right across FM 1093 from Fulshear Run.
What are the homesite specs?
Fulshear Run offers half-acre homesites (110’ frontage) and acre (160’ frontage) including many that slope down to a natural creek or pond. The new homes in Fulshear Run will offer a quiet environment with lush landscapes featuring mature trees amidst picturesque creeks and ponds.
Fulshear Run is a premier 250-acre mixed-use master-planned community development near FM 1093 and Bois d’ Arc Lane in Fulshear, Texas, minutes from the Energy Corridor in Houston, Texas. It is seven miles west of the Grand Parkway and seven miles south of Interstate 10.
What are the unique amenities?
Miles of trails and open space will include an olive orchard, vineyard, a park with a tot lot, observation hill, performance stage, fishing dock and Wi-Fi hut. A birdhouse village and a grilling/picnic area are also planned for the enjoyment of residents. An onsite farmer’s market also provides convenient options for the community.
What are the community’s deed restrictions?
These carefully drafted deed restrictions and architectural guidelines protect property values and promote architectural cohesiveness. They are also designed to help preserve mature live oaks and pecan trees.
How does the master plan accommodate water and sewer services?
Residents receive water and sanitary sewer services from the Fulshear Municipal Utility District No. 2 and have city-maintained streets and storm sewers.