Thousand Oaks is a 700 acre community located along Magnolia Parkway in Montgomery County, Texas. This acreage community attracts home buyers looking for country lifestyle with neighborhood amenities and quick access to major roads.
Most homes in Thousand Oaks were constructed by Dunn & Stone Builders, Kurk Custom Homes, Standard Pacific, and Trendmaker homes. There are limited lots that are still available for new construction by custom builders. Construction dates in Thousand Oaks range from the early 2000s to the present.
Thousand Oaks private roadsides are lined with charming 3-rail white horse fences. There are five covered bridges spanning many water features throughout the community.
Thousand Oaks is a gated community and residents enjoy controlled access to both Magnolia Parkway (also known as the FM 1488 Corridor) and Dobbin Huffsmith, which provides easy access to FM 149 and State Highway 249.
Water features cover approximately 65 acres in Thousand Oaks and range from small ponds up to a competition ski lake. One of the lakes features a beach area with gated boat ramp.
The gated subdivision pool with keycard entry for residents only has a palm tree resort style setup and view of the largest lake in Thousand Oaks. Other noteworthy amenities in Thousand Oaks include covered bus stops, basketball and tennis courts, children’s play area, and BBQ/picnic facilities. Thousand Oaks is a deed restricted community with a professional community management association.
Students go to Magnolia ISD Schools – Magnolia Parkway Elementary, Bear Branch Junior High (5th Intermediate, 6th, 7-8th Campuses), and Magnolia High School.