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Stewart’s Forest

Conroe, Texas

A beautiful neighborhood of Conroe, Texas, known as the perfect blend of starry nights and city lights, Stewart’s Forest is surrounded by lush woodlands and only minutes away from 22,000-acre Lake Conroe, Sam Houston National Forest, and W. Goodrich Jones State Forest. In addition to the great outdoors, Conroe, which is approximately 40 miles north of Houston, has a bustling downtown of its own, with breweries, theatres, and plenty of shopping. Stewart’s Forest offers residents everything from outdoor adventure to bustling downtown nightlife, to rest and relaxation.

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Community Features

Stewart’s Forest offers homebuyers both beautifully wooded lots and rolling greenbelts, as well as great amenities, including a community pool for residents to escape the Texas heat with some fun in the sun. The recreation area also includes a playground for younger children and plenty of parking. Beautifully landscaped streets are a great place to take a meditative stroll alone or with the whole family. Just across I-45, residents will find restaurants and cafes, Conroe Regional Medical Center, and a local bank. An equally short drive in the opposite direction is Carl Barton Jr. Park, boasting 10 miles of jogging and walking trails, a covered picnic table area, over a dozen athletic fields, and a small fishing pond. Stewart’s Forest proximity to I-45 also allows for easy access to The Woodlands Mall as well as a wealth of shopping options in downtown Conroe. Lake Conroe is less than 20 miles away and a fantastic way to enjoy the outdoors. Walk along the lakeshore or get out on the water in a boat or on a paddle board. Stewart’s Forest is served by the Conroe Independent School District. Wilkinson Elementary is barely over a mile from the community’s entrance, Bozman Intermediate and Peet Junior High are each around six miles away, and Conroe High is less than four miles away.