What Makes This a Great Manufactured Home Community in Stafford, TX?

Visit Fountainhead and you’ll discover what we’ve known all along – that renting a home doesn’t mean you have to settle for shared walls, crowded spaces and stacked unimaginative apartments. Updated kitchens, plush carpets, faux hardwood floors and huge walk-in closets are just a few of the touches you’ll find in many of our rental homes. Plus lots of windows, a little space to call your own and private parking just outside your door make living at an Ascentia community as comfortable as can be and surprisingly affordable.We know you’re going to love it here. Welcome home.


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Living in Fort Bend County

For more than 15 years, Fort Bend has been in the top 20 counties in the United States for economic excellence and population growth. Since 2010 Fort Bend County has seen a population increase of 7.2%, making it one of the top ten fastest growing large counties according to Forbes. Since 2000, employment has increased 78%, in part due to the expansion of energy companies outside Houston. Fort Bend County is now home to more than 625,000 people living in Fulshear, Katy, Meadows Place, Missouri City, Richmond, Rosenberg, Stafford and Sugar Land. The population of Fort Bend County grew 40% from 2000 to 2010 according to census reports (2000 population 354,452 vs. 2010 population 585,375). 2012 estimates report 200,202 households and 162,846 families residing in the county.

Excellent schools, affordable housing, and extensive recreational facilities have made Fort Bend County a rich cultural community. This results in a local employment base that provides re-locating companies with a diverse mix of professional, technical, skilled, and unskilled labor with the highest educational attainment levels in the region.

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509 Brand Lane
Stafford, TX 77477

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