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Homes For Sale in Cypress TX

Posted by equinoxrealtygroupadmin on October 1, 2021

Are you interested in buying a home in the Cypress, TX area? If so, our experienced experienced real estate agents can help you. We stay up to date on all of the available homes for sale in the Cypress area and also track the available homes in the surrounding communities.

Our realtors can help you to identify the best areas for your unique interests and needs, narrow it down to the zip codes you prefer, and keep you updated with new listings as they become available. Working with an experienced real estate agent can help you to find the home of your dreams quickly, while ensuring you lock in a fair rate.


History of Cypress TX

CYPRESS, TX (HARRIS COUNTY).Cypress is on U.S. Highway 290 twenty miles northwest of Houston in northwestern Harris County. Various Atakapan Indian tribes once inhabited the area, but they quickly died out when White settlers moved into the area. German immigrants began settling along Cypress Creek in the 1840s near where some Anglo-Americans were already ranching. In the 1980s many of the original settler families were remembered through streets and schools that bore their names, like Huffmeister Road and Matzke Elementary. In 1878 a dance hall was built on Huffmeister Road, but it burned a few years later. Settlers soon rebuilt it with the financial support of the Cypress Gun and Rifle Club, this time using corrugated tin.

Tin Hall was still a popular dance hall more than a century after its construction. The first Cypress school was built in 1884. The original one-room school later developed into the Cypress-Fairbanks Independent School District, which in the 1980s served the second largest area of the state’s school districts, surpassed only by the Houston ISD. With the discovery of oil along the Gulf Coast in 1904, the Cypress area began to develop rapidly. A hot artesian well was discovered by surprised drillers only a mile from Cypress. This find resulted in the Houston Hotwell Sanitarium and Hotel; the well was frequently sought for the healing powers its mineral waters supposedly provided. In the 1980s the site was occupied by the Hot Wells Shooting Range.

Rice and dairy farming were the main occupations of Cypress residents until the suburbanization of the area began in the 1950s. Because of the local interest in farming, the Cy-Fair Rodeo has been a favorite community event since its establishment in 1944 by Forrest Arnold. In the mid-1980s the community proper was unincorporated and had fewer than 100 residents, but the greater Cypress area was a suburb of Houston composed of many subdivisions and thousands of inhabitants. In 2000 the Cypress-Fairbanks area reported a population of 18,527.


Cypress-Fairbanks Independent School District

Cypress-Fairbanks ISD has developed a reputation over the years for being a large district with a small-town feel. We have also become well-known for bringing out the best in each student!

Whether it’s a first-class education, robust extra- and co-curricular programs, or safe and technologically-sound facilities bolstered by community-approved bond funds, CFISD is proud to be the cornerstone of Cypress, a thriving Greater Houston suburb.

  • 92 campuses
  • 116,000+ students
  • 3rd-largest district in Texas
  • 21st-largest district in the U.S.
  • 56 Elementary Schools
  • 19 Middle Schools
  • 12 High Schools
  • 5 Special Program Facilities


Things To Do in Cypress

With numerous parks to explore in the area, weekends are filled with outdoor excursions. Take the little ones to Bear Creek Pioneers Park’s small, on-site zoo for a close-up encounter with emu, horses, and Vietnamese pot-bellied pigs, who often can be seen chowing down on heads of lettuce. The Cypress Creek Mountain Bike Trail System is a paradise for bikers in search of a natural surface ride instead of concrete, and Telge Park’s dense tree-lined trails are ideal for nature bathing.

Dyess Park is soccer central with 25 soccer fields where sporting families often spend the weekend watching tournaments and practices.

The Houston Premium Outlet Mall attracts shoppers from all over the area lured by bargain prices for top fashion brands like Coach, Kate Spade, and Burberry.

With many golf courses to choose from in the area, the 36-hole Blackhorse Golf Club continually ranks as one of the top public courses in Cypress. Instead of houses lining the fairways, you’ll find tall pines and live oaks, along with plenty of water features.

Catch a double feature at the Showboat Drive-In Theatre, where classics and the latest blockbusters are both on the marquee. Plus, the kids can take advantage of the playground during intermission.

College Station, home to Texas A&M University, is only an hour’s drive away from Cypress, so you can easily become a 12th man, aka an Aggie fan.


Cypress Real Estate Market Analysis for 2020

In 2020, 4,058 3+ bedrooms were sold in the city of Cypress. The average year built for those homes was 2001. The average square footage was 2,813. The average sales price was $338,158. The most expensive home sold in 2020 was $1,816,425. The average price per square foot was $118. The average lot size was 10,401 square feet. The list price to sales price was 98.29%. The median days on market was 20 days. 2,248 homes sold in 21 days or less, with the median days on market for those homes was 5 days. 1,307 homes sold in 6 days or less.


Buying A Home in Cypress, Texas

Buying a home is more involved than just making a major purchase. Buying a home is an investment in your future. When you work with our experienced real estate professionals, we can help you to navigate and explore the available homes throughout the city so you can find exactly what you are looking for.

Our team understands everyone has their own unique criteria and interests when it comes to finding their dream home. This is why we work closely with our clients to find them exactly what they are looking for in an area they love. Do not embark on this adventure alone, instead work with our team. We pride ourselves on getting results for our clients.


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Equinox Realty Group in Cypress, TX

Equinox Realty Group, is a Texas real estate firm, located at 1980 Post Oak Blvd Suite 100, Houston, TX 77056. Equinox Realty Group provides a wide-range of real estate services. Consumers continue to find value in having a real estate professional help them through the home buying and selling process.

The wide variety of services real estate professionals provide are proving ever more valuable in real estate transactions(financing twists and sales contract intricacies). Please view Equinox Realty Group current listings or sold listings. Recently serving clients in areas Garden Oaks, Northwest Houston, Waller.

Buyers and sellers give high marks to real estate agents for the expertise and professionalism they bring to the real estate transaction.


Equinox Realty Group
1980 Post Oak Blvd Suite 100,
Houston, TX 77056
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