The quaint neighborhood of Bridgeland is located in the unincorporated community of Cypress, which is located in Harris County. Cypress sits within the jurisdiction of Houston and can be found about 24 miles from downtown Houston along United States Highway 290. In the 1980s, large-scale development of residential and commercial neighborhoods began, transforming the rural land of modern-day Cypress into the 50th highest-income urban community in the United States. The history of this region can be dated as far back as 7500 BC, evidenced by an ancient San Patrice at the Dimond Knoll on Cypress Creek. When the first foreigners arrived in the are that would become modern-day Cypress, they were met by the Akokisa and Atakapa Native Americans. Once German migrants began to settle in the area, these ancient tribes vanished. The Germans came to here in the 1840s, and their heritage can still be seen in the names of major roads in Cypress, such as Telge and Huffmeister Roads. On March 22, 1836, General Sam Houston along with his “Texas Army” camped in Cypress on their way to Harrisburg, only a few days before the Battle of San Jacinto took place.
The master-planned community of Bridgeland features an excellent selection of homes offering numerous designs and floor plans. Some of the top builders also include Highland Homes, Perry Homes, Village Builders, Westin Homes, and Trendmaker Homes. Properties for sale in Bridgeland feature first-rate amenities such as private dens, open kitchens, stainless appliances, granite counters, fireplaces, huge master baths, dual vanities, large showers with separate jetted tubs, and much more. Houston, Texas, is a grade A real estate location and properties sell fast. If one of your listings catch your eye, don’t hesitate, and call us today to schedule a showing or just ask some questions.