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Arium Wildwood
22155 Wildwood Park Rd
Richmond, TX
Updated April 24 at 10:23PM
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Enclave at Woodbridge
15015 W Airport Blvd
Sugar Land, TX
Updated April 24 at 11:18AM
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Quail Valley Apartments
1800 FM 1092 Rd
Missouri City, TX
Updated April 19 at 2:04PM
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City Guide
New Territory
Moving to New Territory

If you're looking for a home to rent in New Territory, Texas, you'll find plenty of choices. Whether you're seeking month-to-month rentals, townhouses for rent, or rental houses, you can find what you're looking for here.

Be sure to give yourself at least thirty days when searching for a home here, as the right rentals may take a while to find. Check out Richmond area newspapers, online resources, and drive or walk around this pretty community to find available properties. When you do find a place you want to call home, be sure you're ready to rent - bring your ID, your credit report, and bank statements, in case your landlord requires them.

Neighborhoods of New Territory

New Territory is in and of itself a neighborhood of Richmond, Texas. The Brazos River borders this community, and within it are Horseshoe Lake and Old River Lake. Wildlife watching - such as migratory birds - can be had along the riverfront, and there are plenty of walking trails and biking paths, too.

New Territory is a suburban neighborhood as far as population density, and consists mostly of medium sized to larger single family homes, town homes, and complexes. While much of the real estate is owner occupied, there are rentals available. Homes are primarily new, built between 1970 and the present.

Living in New Territory

This is planned community of about 4,600 homes is located in Fort Bend County, which is considered the third-fasted growing county in the U.S., there's plenty to see and do here.

Within the community you'll find shops and cafes, parks, lakes, and great walking or running. A recreation center offers programs for all ages. Just outside this community's border, you'll find the interesting Fort Bend Museum, named by The Texas Historical Commission as one of Texas' best local history museums. An annual children's day festival, every March, draws crowds.

Conveniently located near Interstate 69 in the greater Sugar Land area south of Houston, commutes into Houston itself, with its museums, major businesses, and nightlife, is about thirty minutes. Workers drive into Houston or Richmond, so you'll want to have a car if you're coming to New Territory. Sugar Land Regional Airport is located near by.

New Territory has lots to offer including a large clubhouse with a gym, fitness center, and multipurpose rooms great for parties and gatherings. A tennis club and pro center are also located near the main clubhouse. There's a resort-like swimming pool, so get into shape at the gym and enjoy hanging out by the pool. Throughout the community are other smaller pools, tennis courts, soccer fields -- nine in all -- and additional playgrounds. Pocket parks are scattered throughout the area, adding a spacious feel to the community.