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Pebble Creek

From the infancy of its existence, our vision was presented to build a community that was both exclusive and inviting. Pebble Creek introduced a unique development philosophy. This unrivaled concept emphasizes the importance of community. The desirability originates from a collection of distinct villages each with its own protective covenants ensuring the value and harmony of the home sites. The Pebble Creek design produces the environmental ambiance necessary for an upscale neighborhood, with woodlands, lakes, and lush, green fairways acting as natural boundaries to reinforce the unique sense of community within each village. This concept has gained recognition nationwide, because it affords its residents the convenience of urban living, yet still offers the comfort and security of a small community.

Pebble Creek was named one of top 10 developments in college towns for grown-ups in a recent msn.comarticle. recognized 10 neighborhoods where adults can “enjoy the youthful buzz of their areas while basking in relative tranquility and safety.” Pebble Creek is safer than 91% of other U.S. neighborhoods, according to

“A Master Planned Country Club Community”

Neighborhood Parks

The development team at Pebble Creek view neighborhood activity crucial to quality of life. Adjacent to Pebble Creek Elementary School lies Pebble Creek Park, a ten-acre park that features two playgrounds, covered basketball courts, soccer and baseball fields, and 1/4 and 1/2 mile jogging trails. Additionally, you can discover St. Andrews Park, our pocket park that has natural creeks, walking trails and a children’s playground surrounded by tall shade trees. You’ll find that both these parks are the perfect place to walk, jog, picnic, read or gather with friends!
515 Acre Nature Park

Pebble Creek is adjacent to Lick Creek Park of College Station. The 515 acre nature park currently offers several miles of trails and provides an excellent opportunity for hiking, cycling, bird watching, equestrian activities and nature study.

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