Coles Crossing in Cypress, Texas

Perfection may be hard to find, but with superior single and multi-family housing, breathtaking landscapes, access to retailers and restaurants, and an array of recreational activities, Coles Crossing in Cypress, Texas, comes close. 


If you’re a stranger to Cypress, Texas, this suburb is located at Highway 290 and Spring-Cypress Road, and it is bordered by Hwy 6, FM 1960, and Hwy 249.  Coles Crossing was established in the late 90s to provide both families and singles with more than a home. Coles Crossing provides its residents with peace, security, entertainment, and a life.


With houses ranging from $160,000 to $950,000, there is truly something for everyone.  The community consists of 1,200 acres of housing, including townhomes and patio homes.  When residents are not cooking dinner in their spacious kitchens or watching movies in their comfortable living rooms, they can walk outside and easily access the nature trails and recreation areas.


The natural landscape and duck ponds throughout the community give residents a taste of rural life in the city. In the warmer months, which are often year round in Houston, residents can cool off in the main pool or enjoy shade under the gazebo. So, what if you can’t swim? No worries. There are lifeguards on duty, and there are swimming lessons for both toddlers and adults.

The main pool is accessed through the Coles Crossing Community Center, which also is an ideal location for both public and private events. Residents are able to take advantage of the facility for birthdays, baby showers and much more.


Coles Crossing wants its residents to be both happy and healthy. The fitness center and six tennis courts are centrally located in the community, and there are enough sports to keep parents and children occupied.


Education means a lot to this community, which explains the access to resident tutors and Cypress-Fairbanks Independent School District. CFISD has spent over 70 years providing quality education to Cypress youth, and a number of them are Coles Crossing residents. Sampson Elementary School, Spillane Middle School, and Cypress Woods High School are located within the neighborhood just steps away from the front door.


All work and no play is never a good idea, so the Coles Crossing community keeps their residents entertained with markets, festivals and parades scattered throughout the year.


It’s true that big things come in small packages because this quaint community leaves nothing to be desired.