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League City, TX

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There have been many home builders in MarBella, including Taylor Morrison Homes, Taylor Woodrow, Newmark, and Plantation. If you have particular questions about a builder, please call me.

I would be happy to help answer any questions you may have about buying a new home, buying a re-sale home, or selling your existing home. Call me anytime, 281-948-7042.

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ABOUT MarBella,
IN LEAGUE CITY

Mar Bella is a 531 acre community one mile from Galveston Bay and the Kemah Boardwalk, located off Texas 146 at Texas 96.The community  feature 40 acres of lakes and include a 29 acre lake, so that 20 percent of the homesites will feature water views. Other scenic views will border parks and nature reserves. Many palm trees will reflect the coastal Spanish theme.

Twenty acres will offer amenities includes a rec center, open air pavilion, and two playground areas.  The swimming complex will feature a splash playground, zero-entry pool and area with bench seating, jets, and sundeck.

Mar Bella is bordered by a 44 acre nature park created by the city of League City. Its plan provides 1,300 single family homes in the base price range of $160,000-$320,000. Builders include Taylor Morrison Homes, Plantation Homes, and Newmark Homes.  Model homes are available for touring. The community is 5 miles from I-45, approximately 25 miles south of downtown Houston AND 25 miles north of Galveston Island.
  • 40 acres of scenic interior lakes, including a 29-acre lake that will be the focal point of the community
  • More than 20 acres of recreational amenities
  • Waterfront community recreation center
  • Resort style pool with splash pad
  • Bath house with restroom and changing facilities
  • Greenbelt trails
  • Pocket parks
  • Neighborhood Green Spaces
  • 44-acre nature preserve
  • 71-acres of commercial development

 

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NEW CCISD CAMPUS IN MARBELLA!

Complementing MarBella’s coastal lifestyle is one of the best school districts in Texas--- Clear Creek—ranked as a Recognized district for 11 of the past 12 years. Opening in 2009-2010, Education Village will be home to an elementary, intermediate and high school—the first campus of its kind in Texas.

More About MarBella Schools

Schematic of the new campus


Lost and Found

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MarBella
TRASH & RECYCLING!


Monday and Thursday
are trash days.

Recycling pick up is on Thursdays! Get your recycling bin from the water department at City Hall. (adjacent to the library).

Paper:
All types, including news-paper, magazines, cardboard, corrugated paper and packaging materials.
Cans:
Aluminum, tin, and steel.
Metal:
Aluminum foil and some scrap metal.
Plastic:
Marked Numbers 1 through 7, including milk, water, detergent and juice jugs; plastic soft drink bottles; and polystyrene food containers and cups.
Glass:
We DO NOT accept glass of any kind. Glass creates many serious safety problems during the recycling processes of delivery and sorting.


Glass Recycling
New Recycling Drop Off:  League City is going green. A glass recycling drop off location has been set up at the League City Public Works building at 1535 Dickinson Avenue.

The hours of operation are Monday – Friday 7:30 am to 5:30 pm.


Heavy Trash
pickup is on Thursday.



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