Katy Apartment Locator One Bedroom Katy Texas with Attached Garage 77449
Here is a one bedroom Katy apartment with an attached garage.
One bedrooms with an attached garages are rare find.
One of the reasons to have a Houston / Katy Apartment Locator
This welcoming community of new apartments in Katy, TX features one, two, and three bedroom homes fully equipped with today’s cutting edge features. Our flexible floor plan options were designed to meet our residents’ individual needs and preferences, and our luxurious community amenities complement your day-to-day experience.
Inside, you’ll find designer finishes and modern touches that will make you feel right at home from the moment you step inside. Enjoy stainless-steel appliances in the kitchen, gorgeous wood-style flooring in the common areas, and soaring ceilings with an abundance of natural light throughout.
A stroll through our community will reveal a collection of resort-inspired amenities for your comfort, convenience, and productivity. Choose from a day at the pool and tanning ledge, an afternoon of shuffleboard and cornhole with neighbors, or a late-night, energizing workout at our fitness center and yoga studio. It’s all here for you.
Centrally located, our apartments in Katy, TX provide you with convenient access to the neighborhood’s best shopping, dining, and entertainment attractions. Commute to work with ease by hopping on Route 99, and on the weekends, head to Typhoon Texas Waterpark or Katy Mills Shopping Center for a day of fun. Explore the neighborhood to find all your new favorite spots when you visit us today.
Katy Texas is West of Houston with the Zip codes including but not limited to: 77494 / 77449 / 77493 / 77406 / 77084
Earliest settlement of the community known as Cane Island, for Cane Island Creek that runs through it, was in 1872. The town site of Katy was laid out and platted by J.O. Thomas, L.C. Luckel and R.M. Cash in 1895, supposedly name for the M-K-T Railroad that runs through it. A post office was opened in 1896, and even after the hurricane of 1900 that destroyed Galveston and also destroyed most of the buildings of Katy, it rebuilt and continued to grow.