Brook Hollow is a smaller and well-established neighborhood nestled in southeast Bryan. Many families choose to live in this neighborhood because of the peaceful, safe, and rather affordable homes found here coupled with the fantastic amenities nearby. Located off of Brook Hollow Drive, the residents here in Brook Hollow have easy access to much of Bryan by easy access to Texas Avenue through South Coulter Drive. This access gains a convenient distance to shopping, dining, schools, historic downtown Bryan, CHI St. Joseph Health Regional Hospital, and both Blinn College and Texas A&M University. If the amenities aren’t enough, the houses here in Brook Hollow are shaded by large and majestic mature oak trees which is perfect for an evening stroll or time outside with the family!
This neighborhood is made up of well-maintained contemporary homes and townhomes matching the average market price in the area with many properties listed and sold at around a reasonable $204,000, but it is not uncommon to find a home listed upwards of $400,000. Developed throughout the 1970s and 1980s, the properties here range in size from 2,000 square feet to over 2,700 square feet of spacious family living. Many of these adorable homes are known for having breath-taking entryways, remodels, renovations, spectacular storage, fireplaces, and wonderfully spacious backyards perfect for entertaining because a majority of the homes offer back patios as well.
The area of Brook Hollow is highly desired because of their central location nearby both Bryan and College Station amenities. Exemplifying this is the neighborhood’s close distance to both Blinn College and Texas A&M; Blinn College is just 1.8 miles away and Texas A&M University is just 4 miles away as well. The subdivision is popular with professors and other education professionals because they are settled nearby educational facilities for all ages. Additionally, Brook Hollow is zoned within Bryan ISD and is within walking distance to two schools: Henderson Elementary School and Stephen F. Austin Middle School. Outside of schooling, this area has easy access to a huge H-E-B Grocery and shopping center, as well as countless dining options along Texas Avenue. If you’re looking for an evening out or just something fun to do in the area, the historic downtown of Bryan is less than a mile away! These streets of downtown Bryan are populated by eclectic shops, cozy cafes, fine restaurants, exciting entertainment venues, the newly remodeled and reopened Queen Theatre, and their own monthly event. Each month on the first Friday Bryan holds what has now become a “must-do” for visitors and residents alike! “First Friday” is the one night the shops and restaurants stay open late while the sidewalks of Bryan buzz with street musicians, magicians, and other vendors.
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