Incorporated in 1962, Briargrove Park is located between Westheimer and Buffalo Bayou with easy access to the Sam Houston Tollway (Beltway 8) and Briar Forest Drive. More than 1,400 homes (1,472 real estate lots) are nestled among towering oaks and pine trees. Landscaped gardens, flickering gaslights, and manicured lawns enhance the esthetics of this wonderful neighborhood.
A variety of home styles and sizes appeals to home buyers of all ages. Recreation facilities include tennis courts, a pool, a subdivision park and playground, and the Mary Ann Franklow Park containing a jogging trail and gazebo. Briargrove Park is well known for family and community involvement, including a women’s club, tennis and swim programs and leagues, and a garden club. Everyone is encouraged to join, and annual activities include an Easter egg hunt, Summerfest, Fourth of July celebration and parade, and a Christmas decorating contest.
The Briargrove Homeowners Association directors meet each month and oversee all of the activities of Briargrove Park. An architectural control committee reviews and enforces strict regulations on home additions and new construction real estate to preserve the integrity of the neighborhood.
All of the affairs and business for the subdivision are managed by full-time staff for the convenience of the homeowners. Home owners’ annual maintenance fees cover 24-hour security, the upkeep of common grounds, back door garbage collection, and limited gas light maintenance.