Tucked into the wooded backdrop of Northwest Houston, Coles Crossing has presented a warm family environment since 1998. Conveniently located at the junction of US Highway 290 and Barker Cypress Road, the neighborhood is close to many alternate access routes, like FM 1960, Loop 610, Beltway 8 (Sam Houston Parkway), to keep residents connected to their city.
A master-planned community focused on preserving the natural environment, Coles Crossing offers 2,400 single-family home sites, as well as commercial and multi-family sites, nestled in 1,200 acres of forested land.
It showcases a wide selection single-family homes. All homes abound with extra touches- from quaint cottage architecture to traditional designs with stucco, stone and brick exteriors, front porches, tapered columns and dramatic two-story ceilings, sunrooms and French doors, to wrought iron staircases, opera balconies, wine cellars, and even European-style auto courts.
Residents purchase more than just a good home, they also enjoy a host of amenities like 175 acres of recreational facilities, neighborhood patrols and backdoor garbage pick-up. The numerous recreation areas feature sports practice fields, a free-form swimming pool with fountains and “lazy river” water feature, lighted tennis courts, an indoor fitness center, and fishing ponds. Sprinkled throughout the neighborhood are parks, playgrounds and miles of greenbelt trails in addition to a 56-acre Nature Park along Cypress Creek with 2.5- mile nature trail.
Residents benefit from the convenience of Coles Crossing South, a retail center located at the corner of U.S. 290 and Barker Cypress Road with a supermarket, bank, and a variety of other commercial shops and services.
Students attend schools in the Cy-Fair Independent School District, cited as “Texas’ largest ‘recognized’ district.” Also available are the Primrose School, a private preschool located in the Coles Crossing South retail center and two branches of Cy-Fair College located in close proximity.
A community of neighbors, Coles Crossing offers a wide variety of activities for residents year-round, from summer concerts and Labor Day picnics to the annual Fall Festival and Snow Day. The family environment from competition swimming to old-fashioned block parties makes this neighborhood a unique atmosphere that always keeps community in mind.