Welcome to Crighton Ridge!
In Crighton Ridge, you’ll enjoy the tranquil atmosphere and almost rural feel of large, wooded lots. You’ll also appreciate convenient access to I-45 and the many restaurants, shopping areas and activities within a 10 mile radius. The urban and cultural amenities of Houston are only about 40 miles down the road, while the pleasures of Galveston and the Gulf of Mexico are just about another 40 miles past that. Welcome to Crighton Ridge, where you feel at home!
Crighton Ridge lies in three sections. Each section is served by cluster mailboxes, and Sections 2 and 3 have community message boards next to the cluster mailbox. There are two wooded parks, each with playground equipment and covered pavilions with picnic tables, at opposite ends of the community. The park in Section 1 has a picturesque pond with a waterfall and a fountain. The park in Section 3 has a putting green. The utility easement that separates Sections 1 and 2 has a golf cart path that runs down to River Plantation and offers easy access to the Golf and Country Club there.
Section 1 has 79 homes, lots that are a minimum of 1 acre, and septic tanks.
Section 1 Map
Section 2 has 93 homes, lots that are a minimum of ¾ acre, and sewer systems.
Section 2 Map
Section 3 has 120 homes, lots that are a minimum of ¾ acre, and sewer systems.
Section 3 Map
There are 4 entrances to the subdivision – three onto Crighton Road (Crighton Ridge Drive – Section 1, Beechwood Chase Lane – Section 2, Plymouth Lane – Section 3) and one onto Kidd Road (Crighton Crossing).
Creighton Road versus Crighton Road
You may have noticed the different street names on the road that bounds Crighton Ridge on the north. For several years, it has seemed that every time a street sign went up, it had a different spelling of the name.
Brandon Creighton, who is currently serving in the Texas House of Representatives, cleared up the confusion concerning the name of the road.
It is named for two early Conroe families who used to live along it. Both families pronounced their names the same way, but spelled them differently. From I-45 to highway 1314, the road is named for the same Crighton family whose name is attached to the Crighton Theater in downtown Conroe. At highway 1314, the road changes its name to Creighton Road, for the Creighton family which homesteaded in this area, the same family from which Brandon Creighton is descended.
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