10226 Letham Way

Spring, TX 77379


4 Beds
3 ½ Baths
Updated Traditional Family Home in Gleannloch Farms
4,497 sq ft
2 car attached garage w/ golf cart space
Year Built: 2004
MLS: 38164683
HOA Fees: $1,000/year
10226 Letham Way, Spring, TX 77379

Updated Traditional Home in Gleannloch Farms

Welcome to 10226 Letham Way Street, a stunning residence nestled in a modern master-planned community of nearly 3,500 homes. This 4-bedroom, 3.5-bathroom home offers a perfect blend of traditional charm and contemporary elegance. Step inside to discover a beautifully updated interior with light and bright finishes throughout. The spacious living areas, high ceilings, and gourmet kitchen create an inviting atmosphere for both relaxation and entertaining. The primary suite is a private sanctuary, featuring a luxurious en-suite bathroom and ample closet space. Outside, the grounds provide an pergola for relaxing, a resurfaced pool, a putting green, and room for a garden. Situated in a vibrant community interwoven with miles of roads and sidewalks, a golf course, recreation centers, pools, a dog park, playgrounds, and more, this home embodies modern luxury and convenience.


Gleannloch Farms is a master planned community with a golf course, recreation centers with pools, a sports facilities, a dog park, and playgrounds.

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General Updates
-Replaced ceiling fans
-Replaced entry chandelier
-Repainted interior of house
-Repainted all interior doors
-Updated tile flooring throughout the kitchen, laundry breakfast area and bonus room
-Replaced light fixture dining room

-Replaced light fixture breakfast room
-Updated kitchen counters, backsplash, sink, fixtures, replaced dishwasher

-Total remodel and updating of master bathroom
-Replaced bathroom tile in Jack and Jill and guest bathroom 
-Remodeled half bath with flooring, vanity, light fixtures and toilet

-Remodeled entry sitting room into an enclosed office with french doors

-Replaced fence on north and east side
-Resurfaced pool with lighter color pebbletec
-Replaced entire HVAC system with Lennox system

Gleannloch Farms

A Premier Master Planned Community

Welcome to Gleannloch Farms

Today, the name Gleannloch Farms represents a modern master-planned community of nearly 3,200 homes, interwoven with miles of roads and sidewalks, a golf course, three recreation centers with pools and sports facilities, playgrounds, churches, schools, and businesses, but a little over 70 years ago, Gleannloch Farms was a very different place, a special place filled with a love of the open land and a great passion for exceptional and charismatic horses.

Brief history of Gleannloch Farms

Owned by legendary Texas oilman, banker, real estate investor, and farmer, Douglas B. Marshall and his equally famous wife and socialite Margaret Cullen Marshall, daughter and heir of the “King of the Wildcatters” and philanthropist Hugh Roy Cullen, the Gleannloch Farms property was acquired sometime in the mid-1940s.

It was in the 1950s when the Marshall Family commenced their quest to acquire and eventually import horses directly from the Middle East to their beautiful horse breeding farm in Spring, Texas.  One of the more famous of the Gleannloch Farms stallions was *Morafic, who is immortalized in a statue at the intersection of Champion Forest Drive and Spring-Cypress Road in Spring, Texas (just outside the one of the main entrances to today’s community.

Gleannloch Farms Sports & Recreation

Gleannloch Pines Golf Club

Gleannloch Pine’s is a 27-hole facility designed by Jay Riviere, now owned and operated by Tour 18 Inc. (owners of Augusta Pines Golf Club). The natural landscape and towering trees are reminiscent of famed courses in Scotland and Ireland. The resulting features, such as undulating greens and strategically placed sand and grass bunkers, create challenges to your game and variety to the course.

Klein ISD

In far northwestern Harris County, Texas, covering an expansive 88 square miles, stands the distinguished Klein Independent School District. Governed by a dedicated seven-member Board of Trustees, the district is led to new heights under the visionary leadership of our Superintendent, Dr. Jenny McGown.

Klein ISD is a vibrant educational community, comprising five high schools, 10 intermediate schools, 33 elementary schools, one innovative high school program of choice, and an alternative school program. Together, they form a network of 50 dynamic institutions enlightening the lives of over 54,000 students.

We take pride in providing an enriching spectrum of educational services, finely tuned to the requirements of Pre-Kindergarten through to grade 12. Our multifaceted academic portfolio includes not only regular and advanced academic education but also exceptional special education services, practical occupational education, and effective language training for those with limited English proficiency.

Our commitment to excellence has garnered Klein ISD full accreditation by both the Texas Education Agency and the prestigious Southern Association of Colleges and Schools.

In Klein ISD, EVERY student enters with a Promise and exits with a Purpose.

Spring Texas

Spring is off Interstate Highway 45 twenty miles north of Houston in north Harris County. The area was originally inhabited by the Orcoquiza Indians, who were first visited by Spaniards in 1746. In the 1820s some of Stephen F. Austin's colonists settled nearby. In 1836 the General Council of the Provisional Government included the area in the municipality of Harrisburg. William Pierpont established a trading post on nearby Spring Creek in 1838, and by 1840 Spring had a population of 153. In the mid-1840s German immigrants, most notably Carl Wunsche, settled in the area and began farming the land.

Immigrants from Louisiana and the postbellum South later moved into the farming community. Sugar cane and cotton were the main cash crops, but vegetables were also raised. The town had a sugar mill for syrup making and two cotton gins. After the Houston and Great Northern Railroad built through Spring in 1871, the town grew considerably.

A post office was established in 1873. By 1884 Spring had two steam saw and grist mills, two cotton gins, three churches, several schools, and a population of 150. In 1901–03 the International-Great Northern Railroad connected Spring with Fort Worth. A roundhouse was built, and Spring became a major switchyard with fourteen trackyards and 200 rail workers. 

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10226 Letham Way
Spring, TX 77379
4 Bed | 3 ½ Baths

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