Barker's Landing, located off I-10 in west Houston's Energy Corridor, actually 
encompasses three subdivisions: Barker's Landing, Barker's Court and Barker's 
Place. There are more than 400 homes total, with traditional and contemporary as 
the leading architectural styles. 
 
Founded in 1972 on 120 acres of nursery land, it was originally named La Cour 
Du Roi (The King's Yard) but became Barker's Landing soon after when a new 
developer took over construction. The townhouses, patio homes and single-family 
houses were built between 1977 and 1989, with the median year for construction at 
1981. Single-family homes average four bedrooms and two-and-a-half baths, with 
median square footage at 3,216 and median lot square footage at 8,395. 
 
 Each subdivision has its own homeowners' association. Annual fees pay for 
common area utilities, irrigation and other expenses, as well as for maintenance of 
the swimming pool and tennis courts. Fees also cover a 24-hour security patrol. 
 
Barker's Landing has a strong sense of community, thanks in part to its social club, 
which holds events throughout the year and publishes a newsletter and directory. 
Neighbors also gather to cheer on the Barker's Landing Barracudas youth swim 
team. 
 
The subdivision's location makes it desirable to employees in the energy industry. 
They also appreciate the area's lush surroundings, which include 50 miles of parks 
and trails. Highly ranked Katy schools are a draw, as are the abundant 
entertainment, shopping and dining options. Downtown and its many offerings are 
only a 20-mile drive down I-10. 

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