Life is easy and enjoyable in this affluent Houston suburb
Located 24 miles northwest of Downtown Houston, Cypress is an unincorporated community in Harris County, Texas. What was before a mostly rural area eventually became one of Houston’s largest suburbs due to the development and construction of master-planned communities and neighborhoods starting in the 1980s.
Cypress has a wide selection of homes and properties, including many single-family homes with large yard space ranging from luxurious ranch-style to contemporary architecture. You’ll also find some neighborhoods with amazing amenities. Rest assured, there’s something for everyone real estate-wise at Cypress.
Cypress residents love to spend time outdoors, with countless park options at their disposal. Additionally, the comfortable lifestyle in this suburban community makes Cypress the perfect place for families. Along with top neighborhood amenities and clubs, it’s understandable that Cypress keeps welcoming new residents.
The Houston Premium Outlets is the ultimate place to indulge in some shopping at Cypress. You’ll find 145 designer and name-brand outlet stores including Lululemon, Burberry, Versace, Tory Burch, Saks OFF 5th, and more.
The Boardwalk at Towne Lake is a one-of-a-kind property for all things dining, shopping, and recreation. It features waterfront restaurants including Ambriza, the best social Mexican kitchen with authentic cuisine and award-winning margaritas. The Boardwalk is also host to several events year-round, like the farmer’s market, and free concert events.
Enjoy an exceptional dining experience at the upscale Dario’s Steakhouse & Seafood, located at the heart of Cypress. Besides having the finest steak and freshest seafood, they also have weekend brunch. For a more casual outing to eat and drink, Lazy Dog has a small mountain town vibe and has an extensive menu with burgers, bowls, sandwiches, noodles, fish, and more.
Golf enthusiasts will be happy in Cypress. There’s the BlackHorse Golf Club, considered one of the top public courses in Texas, with traditional courses boasting beautiful landscapes.
There are way too many parks at Cypress, and that’s a good thing. Several of them have heavily wooded areas, and bodies of water where you can fish. You’ll never get tired of strolling through the trails, appreciating the gorgeous green scenery and views of the water. You’ll love exercising and relaxing by the water at Cypress Park, which also features a big children’s playground. Deputy Darren Goforth Park on Horsepen Creek not only has a nearby dog park and trails, but it also has a lake. Maxwell Park borders Cypress Creek (yes, you can fish!) and is full of wooded terrain with great trails. You can also fish at Telge Park, and children will certainly make use of the playground. Other parks worth a visit include East Shadowlake Pocket Park, Russ Pope Family Park, Bud Hadfield Park, and Regency Green Pocket Park.
Another wonderful activity to do at Cypress is horse riding. The Cypress community loves horses and recognizes that once you welcome horses into your life, there is no going back. There are several locations and farms that offer a variety of equestrian-related activities, as well as riding lessons, summer camps, shows, and trails. Check out the different locations below:
For entertainment, catch a show, a game, or attend one of the many events at Berry Center. Another way to delve into Cypress's history besides going downtown is by visiting Cypress Top Historic Park to learn what life was like in this Texas city during the late 19th and early 20th centuries.
The highly-rated Cypress-Fairbanks Independent School District is home to several excellent schools. Top educational opportunities include:
Browse the available properties in the area below.
Desarae will make this process easy for you by providing a competitive Price Analysis and the tools to make your transition smooth.