09/01/17 7:00pm

7 DAYS OF HARVEY BEFORE THE BRAZOS RIVER REACHES ITS SUGAR LAND PEAK It wasn’t until early this morning that the Brazos River in Sugar Land and Richmond reached its highest level since area flooding triggered by Hurricane Harvey began. And it was a new record, reached at 5:15 am: 55.19 ft., according to the National Weather Service. The previous record, 54.7 ft. — surpassed Thursday at 1:30 am — was set by a flood last year on Tax Day June 2nd. The photo here shows the river during a rare moment of sunshine a day earlier than that — from Hwy. 59 where Greatwood, Riverpark, Telfair, and Sugar Land Memorial Park meet. [Houston Chronicle] Photo: Grace Carlson

06/06/08 11:54pm

Greatwood. Where the builder floor-plan numbers are still fresh, and the sellers are eager to exit their mortgages. Stop by for a visit this weekend — maybe you can help! Here’s our tour of 7 Greatwood homes:

6614 High Knoll Dr., Sugarland, Texas

Location: 6614 High Knoll Dr., Sugarland
Details: 4 bedrooms, 2 1/2 baths; 2,185 sq. ft.
Price: $174,549
The Scoop: 1992 brick 2-story by Ryland Homes in Greatwood Knoll. Tile floors in Entry, Kitchen, and Breakfast Area; carpet everywhere else. Covered back patio with built-in gas grill. Listed since the beginning of May; price cut more than $14K.
Open House:
Sunday, 2-6 pm

The tour continues below . . .