Conroe Homes & Real Estate

Find up-to-date Conroe, TX homes for sale and real estate below! The third-largest city in Montgomery County, Conroe's approximate 75,000 residents enjoy a diverse selection of real estate, numerous parks, great amenities, and convenient proximity north of the city of Houston For additional information, including sales history and prices, property disclosures, and more Conroe properties for sale, or to schedule a home tour of any property listed below, contact your LOCAL real estate experts today! Read more about Conroe real estate.

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Conroe Real Estate Listings May 19, 2024
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Conroe Real Estate Market

The average price per square foot for homes sold in Conroe is typically cheaper than the price per square foot for homes in comparable suburbs. Additionally, the diverse real estate options, ranging from Conroe condos to sprawling luxury homes, make it easy for every buyer to find what they're looking for. 

Popular architecture styles in Conroe, Texas, include mostly traditional, but also modern and contemporary styles. Many homes have brick exteriors, soaring entryways with large front porches that are perfect for enjoying the weather or sipping a cup of morning coffee. Large fenced yards are a favorite amenity among pet owners, while private swimming pools are perfect for hot Texas summers. 

Homebuilders like Highland Homes and David Craig Custom Homes are two of the local options for Conroe new construction homes. 

Conroe Community Amenities

The city's convenient location allows Conroe residents quick access to some of the best things to do around. 

Located just 10 miles west of Conroe is Lake Conroe, one of Texas' most popular outdoor destinations boasting over 2,000 acres of water for fishing, boating, swimming or simply lounging on one of its sandy beaches. For those looking to explore the lake through land routes, there are plenty of parks equipped with boat ramps and picnic areas. 

Shopping destinations in and around Conroe, Texas, include The Woodlands Mall, which is one of the largest in Texas. For big concerts, Conroe residents appreciate being just a few minutes away from The Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion, which hosts some of the country's top musical acts. Also in The Woodlands area, Spring residents can enjoy paddling swan boats on the communal waterway. 

Less than 20 miles away, Sam Houston National Forest is perfect for overnight camping trips, while Lake Livingston State Park is ideal for water skiing and tubing. 

The drive from Conroe to the Downtown Houston area takes about 40 minutes, depending on traffic. The manageable trip is ideal for daily commuters or people who want to go down for an occasional Astros game at Minute Maid Park. Conroe residents also have the option to explore the cultural institutions in Houston's Museum District. 

Conroe Local Highlights

  • The Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion regularly hosts concerts and outdoor movies.
  • Take a walk or bike ride through the Conroe Park trails system — there's something for everyone, from beginner to expert.
  • Get some shopping done at The Woodlands Mall or Market Street — both have plenty of stores and restaurants to choose from.
  • Have a romantic dinner at one of the many fine restaurants in downtown Conroe.
  • Head to Lake Conroe for a day of fishing, swimming, and boating.
  • Take a walk through the beautiful trails of Sam Houston National Forest
  • Catch a movie at Cinemark Theater - Conroe's newest theater complex with stadium seating.
  • Find seasonal festivities, including the Go Texan Parade and the Conroe Crossroads Music Festival, in Historic Downtown Conroe.

Conroe School Information

Conroe Independent School District serves the students of the city. Conroe High School and Conroe Westside High School are the two primary facilities for students in 9th to 12th grade. The district also has six elementary schools and seven middle schools. Private schools in Conroe include The Highlands School, The Montessori School of Conroe, Lone Star Christian Academy, and Texan Trail Junior High.

Thinking about moving to Conroe? With its numerous amenities and desirable real estate, Conroe is a stand-out choice for anyone looking to buy a home in the suburbs north of Houston. 

Conroe TX Real Estate Agents

Considering the purchase of a home in Conroe? Allow our Conroe, Texas real estate experts to help you navigate the purchase of, or expertly negotiate the sale of, your Conroe residence. As local real estate agents, we have up-to-date information on the Conroe, Texas real estate market's unique dynamics.

Contact The RealFX Group to learn more about buyer and seller representation. Selling your Conroe property? Visit our market analysis page to receive a free home value estimate within minutes.

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