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Park Bridge Court Neighborhood

Park Bridge Court Real Estate and Homes for Sale in Katy Trail / Turtle Creek Area Neighborhood

This neighborhood is a collection of 14 modern homes built along a bluff on the edge of the Katy Trail. A private bridge over Turtle Creek leads to this neighborhood first developed in the 1970s. Park Bridge Court attracted and still attracts the finest architects to design homes on these lots. You will find great work of contemporary architects Frank Welch, Ken Burgess, Jonathan Bailey and Bud Oglesby. Across the street from The Mansion on Turtle Creek and next to Park Towers you are in a highrise location, but able to enjoy a single family home along Turtle Creek.

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Park Bridge Court inside Katy Trail / Turtle Creek Area. Click on the map and discover homes for sale as you explore this neighborhood.

The Best Homes in Park Bridge Court Neighborhood

2714 Turtle Creek Circle

Modern House Designed by Architect Bentley Tibbs - 2714 Turtle Creek Circle

Architect Bentley Tibbs Designed Modern House Built In 1981

2814 Park Bridge Court

Modern Home Designed by Architect Kenneth Burgess - 2814 Park Bridge Court

Architect Kenneth Burgess Designed Modern Home Built In 1987

2833 Park Bridge Court

Significant Residence Designed by Architect Frank Welch - 2833 Park Bridge Court

Architect Frank Welch Designed Significant Residence Built In 1984

2706 Turtle Creek Circle

Real Estate Designed by Architect Jonathan Bailey - 2706 Turtle Creek Circle

Architect Jonathan Bailey Designed Real Estate Built In 1997

Signe & Jason Smith Designed Home

Modern Real Estate Designed by Architect Signe & Jason Smith - Signe & Jason Smith Designed Home

Architect Signe & Jason Smith Designed Modern Real Estate Built In 2007

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