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Friendswood is a neighborhood in Greensboro. Massive oak and hardwood trees comprise vast sections of the surrounding area, making Friendswood one of the city’s many eco-friendly neighborhoods. For residents concerned about natural habitats and wildlife, the neighborhood is a green location. Picturesque, secluded views surround the houses. Bird, rabbit, and deer sightings are very common. Many residents have hummingbird feeders and bluebird boxes in their trees.

Dwellings in this neighborhood have a well-established charm. Often alluring, Friendswood houses can be diverse. Visitors will see traditional and modern architecture. Ranch-style houses are few, but there are many split-level and two-story residences. Sunrooms, decks, and patios are a local favorite. With enjoyable outdoor space, residents of Friendswood appreciate the isolated beauty of the area. Lawns are well kept and often have small landscaped settings.

Friendswood is in the 27409 ZIP code and lies between Guilford College Road and Meadowood Street. Friendswood Drive is the northern boundary, and Big Tree Way and Buddingwood Drive mark the southern border. The neighborhood is a residential area influenced by two interstate highways. Interstate 40 crosses the southern region of the community, while Interstate 70 runs along the western border.

One of the rewards of living in the community is the local shopping mall. Friendswood residents live near Wendover Place, a large shopping mall with many major department stores like Macy’s, specialty shops such as Michaels, and pet stores like PetSmart.

Wealthy residents of the Friendswood region might opt for memberships at the Starmount Forest Country Club. Renowned for golf, as well as fine and casual dining, this establishment is very popular.

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