BlackHorse Ranch Homes & Real Estate

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Homes for Sale in BlackHorse Ranch Cypress

BlackHorse Ranch Real Estate Listings May 29, 2024
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Living in BlackHorse Ranch, Cypress TX

7 Reasons to Love Living in BlackHorse Ranch

  • Minutes from the conveniences of downtown Cypress
  • Easy access to destinations throughout Greater Houston
  • Luxury homes perfect for every lifestyle and budget
  • Resort-style swimming pools and other amenities
  • 36-hole championship layout at BlackHorse Golf Club
  • Dozens of nearby five-star restaurants and brew pubs
  • Zoned for the Cy-Fair Independent School District

The BlackHorse Ranch Lifestyle

A few minutes south of Cypress is the master-planned community of BlackHorse Ranch, tucked in between the residential developments of Towne Lake and Bridgeland on either side of Fry Road. Comprised of several hundred total properties on both sides of Cypress Creek, the neighborhood features well-appointed luxury homes built in the early 2000s or later, many with views of BlackHorse Golf Club’s sprawling 36-hole layout that runs through the middle of the community.

Residents of BlackHorse Ranch enjoy close proximity to the activities and attractions in the center of Cypress, less than two miles up the road. The town boasts dozens of popular restaurants, bars, and plenty of shopping centers and grocery stores. Several hospitals and healthcare facilities are located in the area, and most other essential services are available in and around Cypress.

From here, residents typically have easy access to major thoroughfares like the Grand Parkway, Highway 290, and Highway 249, and a relatively short commute to destinations throughout the northwest corner of Harris County. Downtown Houston is only about 30 miles from the homes in BlackHorse Ranch, making it convenient for homeowners to connect with the arts and culture, upscale shopping, professional sports teams, and the endless list of fun things to do in the state’s largest city.

Types of Homes in BlackHorse Ranch

BlackHorse Ranch homes primarily feature traditional architecture, though several Mediterranean-style estate properties can be found along the golf course. Construction in the BlackHorse Ranch community includes designs by Plantation Homes, Newmark, Coventry, and other top-rated builders in the region. Buyers here can choose from one and two-story layouts, with floorplans ranging from 2,400 to more than 5,000 square feet on homesites as large as a half acre. Homes for sale in BlackHorse Ranch are generally priced from the $400s to over a million for some of the larger, more luxurious golf course homes and lake-view properties.

BlackHorse Ranch Amenities

In addition to the top-shelf golfing experience at BlackHorse Golf Club, a wealth of other lifestyle amenities await homebuyers in BlackHorse Ranch. Residents here enjoy two separate community centers and clubhouses, with multiple swimming pools, waterpark-style splash pads, and plenty of kid-friendly playgrounds. Both areas also feature lots of shaded seating, including various pavilions and picnic areas, and miles of paved pathways wind throughout the community, connecting residents with the numerous amenities, scenic private ponds, and ample green spaces in BlackHorse Ranch.

Neighborhood Services

BlackHorse Ranch residents pay estimated annual homeowners association dues ranging from around $900 to $1,400. Mandatory HOA membership helps maintain the community’s outstanding amenities and beautifully landscaped common areas. The BlackHorse Ranch HOA also enforces deed restrictions and covenants designed to protect the property values here.

The local municipal utility district provides and manages public utilities such as water and sewer. Other neighborhood services like natural gas are provided by CenterPoint Energy, and residents typically select their electric service from the state’s Power To Choose website. Internet and cable providers in the area include AT&T and Comcast.

Neighborhood Shopping

Several strip centers and smaller shopping malls can be found close to home, including The Shops at Black Horse and The Shops on Mound on opposite sides of Fry Road at the northeast corner of the community. There’s also plenty to explore nearby on The Boardwalk at Towne Lake. Popular shopping destinations closer to town include malls like CyFair Town Center and Coles Crossing Shopping Center. Food shopping near the community consists of several H-E-B and Kroger grocery stores along Highway 290, as well as mom-and-pop establishments scattered throughout the area. Folks will also find several Walmart Supercenters and Neighborhood Markets in and around Cypress.

Things to Do in BlackHorse Ranch

Living in BlackHorse Ranch affords residents easy access to a wide variety of things to do, both indoors and out. There are abundant nearby hotspots, perfect for hiking, biking, fishing, boating, and other outdoor activities. The Cypress area also boasts a variety of popular dining and entertainment options, with dozens of top-rated restaurants, breweries, and bars to choose from. For many homeowners in BlackHorse Ranch, however, hitting the links tops their list of things to do.

BlackHorse Ranch Golf Course

The BlackHorse Golf Club features two 18-hole daily-fee courses along Cypress Creek. Ranked among the state’s top public layouts and the most popular golf courses near Cypress, BlackHorse offers an unparalleled golf experience for players of every skill level. The North Course plays between 5,065 and 7,301 yards, with lots of water between the tees and greens. On the other side of the creek, the South Course features tight, tree-lined fairways totaling between 4,946 and 7,191 yards, finishing through vast native wetlands and a former sand quarry. Residents enjoy various membership options, providing benefits like preferred tee times, access to regular members-only events, and pro shop discounts. 

Outdoor Activities

Local outdoor enthusiasts spend time at the numerous parks and nature preserves throughout the Cypress area, with miles of hiking and biking trails, ponds, and creeks perfect for fishing and kayaking. There are even several spots set up for horseback riding. Favorite outdoor destinations here include Telge Park along Cypress Creek and the ponds and trails up the road at the Little Cypress Creek Preserve. Several disc golf courses, including the top-rated Texas Army Trail course at Bud Hadfield Park, are also located nearby.

Restaurants, Breweries & Bars

Among the area’s top spots for dinner and drinks is Local Table in the Lakeland Village shopping center, a top-rated restaurant serving New American cuisine and international classics seven days a week. Nearby on the Towne Lake Boardwalk, folks enjoy a variety of restaurants and bars. Particular favorites here include the Mexican food at Ambriza, assorted craft brews at World of Beer, and cold beer on the patio at Sam’s Boat. 

Elsewhere, fans of In-N-Out Burger will be happy to learn that the iconic California-based chain recently opened a location near the Hempstead Highway and Mason Road. Plenty of other fast food joints are scattered throughout the Cypress area as well, including popular standbys like Chick-fil-A and Raising Cane’s.

Nearby Attractions

BlackHorse Ranch residents enjoy convenient access to attractions like Cypress Top Historic Park. Located in the heart of town, the park showcases a collection of restored vintage buildings and artifacts that illustrate early life in turn-of-the-century Cypress. Another top-rated attraction close by is the Play Street Museum, an exciting, immersive educational experience for kids one to eight years old. 

Up the road about 15 miles, those looking for a quick day trip can spend most of an afternoon exploring Old Town Tomball. This historic district in the neighboring city of Tomball features restaurants, museums, antique stores, and plenty of other fun things to see and do.

Employers Near BlackHorse Ranch

The Cypress area has abundant job opportunities across various sectors. Employment in healthcare and medicine leads the way, with nearby facilities like HCA Houston Healthcare North Cypress, Memorial Hermann Cypress Hospital, and Houston Methodist Willowbrook Hospital combining to employ several thousand people in the region. There are also numerous jobs in education here, including positions with the Cy-Fair ISD, the Lone Star College system, and various other schools in the area.

Other employment opportunities near Cypress include Houston’s renowned Energy Corridor, home to major oil and gas businesses, including the headquarters for companies like BP, Baker Hughes, and ConocoPhillips. The commute to the Energy Corridor from BlackHorse Ranch typically runs about 30 minutes.

Schools Near BlackHorse Ranch

Addresses in BlackHorse Ranch are zoned for the Cypress-Fairbanks Independent School District. Campuses serving students here include Pope Elementary, located a few minutes away in the Bridgeland community, and Smith Middle School and Cypress Ranch High School, situated in the Cy-Fair ISD educational and athletic facility on Fry Road just south of BlackHorse Ranch.

Among the many private schools and early-learning facilities serving the area are programs at the Primrose School of Barker Cypress, The Nest Schools at Towne Lake, and several Goddard School campuses. Nearby faith-based education includes curriculums at Covenant Academy, the St. John Early Childhood Center, and The Connection School Of Houston.

A few miles east of Cypress, near Louetta and the Tomball Parkway, is the Lone Star College University Park complex, home to several upper-level educational facilities. Students here will find the Texas Southern University - Northwest Campus, the University of Houston Downtown - Northwest, as well as various courses of study and degree programs within the Lone Star College system. For students commuting into the big city, the main campuses for Texas Southern, U of H, and Rice University are generally within 30 miles of addresses in BlackHorse Ranch. 

BlackHorse Ranch Real Estate Agents

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