Neighborhoods

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NORTHWEST HOUSTON & INNER LOOP NEIGHBORHOODS

The Northwest and Inner Loop are ideal locations to settle down in Houston. The Northeast is perfect for those wanting to be just close enough to Downtown Houston, but far enough away from the busy city, with neighborhoods offer something for everyone. And the Inner Loop offers beautiful urban neighborhoods close to everything Downtown Houston and surrounding areas have to offer. Scroll down to view our communities in Northwest Houston and the Inner Loop, or search by using the map below.


Cypress

Located in Harris County along Highway 290 and about 25 miles from Downtown Houston, this sizeable suburban area has everything you need with a secluded feeling. The Northeast side of 290 boasts densely wooded areas with nature trails, parks, lakes, and wildlife. The Southwest area of 290 is mostly ranch land and grassy areas with oak trees. A multitude of neighborhoods, community lakes, shopping, and other entertainment is just the start of the many attractions Cypress has to offer.

Katy

Located within Harris, Fort Bend and Waller counties along I-10, this area is a quickly-growing community. The widely known Katy Mills Mall is a popular attraction along with parks and walking trails that run along a portion of the Buffalo Bayou. Students of higher education have access to a local Katy branch of Houston Community College. All primary and secondary student residents attend schools within the highly acclaimed Katy ISD.

Magnolia

Located in Montgomery County, near The Woodlands, Magnolia is a small town emerged in dense forest areas. Many neighborhoods feature large wooded spaces and seclusion from urban life. If you’re looking for a more simple way of living and being surround by nature, Magnolia is a perfect place to settle down! Students attend schools within Magnolia ISD.

Spring

Located in North Houston, the Spring area is mostly within Harris County, and a small region is within the southern part of Montgomery County. The original town of Spring, now called Old Town Spring, is a vibrant shopping center with local vendors located at the intersection of Spring Cypress and the Hardy Toll Roads. Depending on the neighborhood area, students that live in Spring could attend schools within Spring ISD, Klein ISD, Montgomery ISD, or The Woodlands ISD.

Tomball

Located in Harris County along Highway 290 and about 25 miles from Downtown Houston, this sizeable suburban area has everything you need with a secluded feeling. The Northeast side of 290 boasts densely wooded areas with nature trails, parks, lakes, and wildlife. The Southwest area of 290 is mostly ranch land and grassy areas with oak trees. A multitude of neighborhoods, community lakes, shopping, and other entertainment is just the start of the many attractions Cypress has to offer.

Waller/Hockley

Located in Harris County, the Waller area is expanding throughout the U.S. Highway 290 corridor. And, just a few miles away, is an area called Hockley–located along Highway 6 and Highway 290. If you’re looking for a proximate-yet-secluded home life away from the bustle of a major city, the Waller/Hockley area is the place for you! Students in this town attended Waller ISD schools.

The Woodlands

Located in Montgomery County, near The Woodlands, Magnolia is a small town emerged in dense forest areas. Many neighborhoods feature large wooded spaces and seclusion from urban life. If you’re looking for a more simple way of living and being surround by nature, Magnolia is a perfect place to settle down! Students attend schools within Magnolia ISD.

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