Coles Crossing is 1200 acre master planned community located north of Hwy 290 with its main boundaries being Barker Cypress Rd, Jarvis Rd, Spring Cypress Rd, and Telge Rd. Coles Crossing is a bit unique in the Cypress are because it was the last master planned community built in a heavily wooded location and was able to preserve a lot of its native trees in its parks, greenbelts, and home sites.
COLES CROSSING AMENITIES AND EVENTS
Even though development began almost 20 years ago, Coles Crossing still possesses a lot of the same great amenities found in today’s newer neighborhoods.
Miles of great walking trails including some nature trails through the woods4 recreational areas throughout the neighborhood each of which have some or all of the following:
2 Swimming pools (a leisure pool and a lap pool used for the Coles Crocs swim team)
Fitness Center – This is one of the better neighborhood fitness centers in the area with free weights, treadmills, elliptical machines, exercise bikes, and much more
6 lighted tennis courts
Huge ball fields used for the Coles Crossing soccer league as well as team sport practices (football, baseball, soccer)
Several fishing lakes with catch and release fishing
Several events throughout the year such as Easter egg huts, 4th of July parade, Turkey Trot, Visit from Santa, and much more
HOMES IN COLES CROSSING
Coles Crossing has about 2000 homes throughout the neighborhood. Here is some basic information about those homes:
Year Built: From 1998 – 2006 (There were a few homes built more recently in the section across Telge, but the bulk of the homes were built before 2006.)
One of the main reasons that Coles Crossing is still extremely popular is due to it having some of the best schools in Cy-Fair ISD. Here are those schools with the 2015 “Children at Risk” ranking for (1) Houston area overall; (2) Cy-Fair ISD; (3) Cy-Fair ISD for that school level (elementary, middle, or high school):