With quiet green streets and long, winding pathways, Piney Point Village has few similarities with the thriving metropolis to the town's east. Apartments for rent in Piney Point Village are only a 20-minute drive from Houston's center, yet it's able to keep its lovely innocent charm. Many prospective residents who want the advantages of both a city and a suburb start their search with apartments in Piney Point Village, one of the wealthiest communities in the Houston metropolitan area.
For a town with a population only around 3,000, there is a lot to do. Right inside Piney Point is the Houston Country Club, a distinguished club that boasts a top-notch golf course, tennis courts and a pool. The club is rather exclusiveand George H.W. Bush used to play golf and tennis there often.
The buzz and excitement of America's fourth largest city can't be held back for long, though. When it comes time to dip in the city for the nightlife check out bar/restaurant Pub Fiction. Including the famous "Royale with cheese" burger made famous by Quentin Tarantino's film "Pulp Fiction," Pub Fiction hosts a wide variety of culinary treats on its menu and is a great place to start off your night in midtown Houston.
Houston is widely regarded for its quality school systems and wide number of higher learning institutions. In fact, the Houston Independent School District was named America's top urban school district in 2013. One such excellent school for grades K-12 is The Kinkaid School, located in the heart of Piney Point Village. Apartments in Piney Point Village are just steps away from Kinkaid, a school that celebrates 100 years of tradition, making it the oldest independent coeducational school in the Houston region.
Nearby universities include the University of St. Thomas, Houston Baptist University and the acclaimed Rice University. Rice is one of the top private universities in the country, landing 18th on U.S. News & World Report's National University Rankings.
Piney Point Village apartments are surrounded by I-69, I-10, I-610 and the Sam Houston Tollway. With a car getting from point A to point B should not be a problem. Simply take I-10 to leave behind Piney Point Village and enjoy a day in the city. Houston also has a Metro system that has bus routes through Piney Point Village that link the region to all points in greater Houston.