Results Realty Buzz: Spring Texas

Informing you on the Real Estate Market in Spring Texas and the surrounding areas and other interesting tid bits!

Spring Texas

Spring TXSpring TX is an area located along I-45, about 20 miles north of Houston.  Most of Spring is in unincorporated Northwest Harris County but part of Spring extends in to unincorporated Montgomery County.  Spring TX does not have official boundaries since it is not incorporated; there is not an actual town of Spring TX. The area is close enough to Houston to be able to enjoy the amenities but far enough away to still feel like you are in the country.  It is very accessible to the amenities of the Woodlands.


Spring TX historical museumSpring was settled by German immigrants in 1840. The Wunsche family settled in the area and began farming the land. The area had a tremendous growth after the railroad was built through the town in 1871. The town served as a railroad center in the early 1900's.  You can visit the Spring Texas Historical Museum to find out a more complete history of the area.


 Many locals remember that one of the three Goodyear blimps, the airship America was based here from 1969 to 1992.

Parts of Spring TX are located in three different school districts; Spring ISD, Klein ISD and Conroe ISD.    Spring ISD boundaries are mainly to the east of I-45 in Northwest Harris County.  Klein ISD boundaries are mainly to the west of I-45 in Northwest Harris County and Conroe ISD boundaries are mainly to the east of I-45 in Southeast Montgomery County.

Old Town Spring TXOld Town Spring is a restored railroad village of the early 1900s with some 150 shops featuring antiques, arts, crafts, clothing, and restaurants. It is open Tues.-Sat. 10 a.m. - 5 p.m., Sun. noon- 5 p.m. I-45 at Spring Cypress Road, Exit 70A, and one mile east.

                      You can stroll along and find all kinds of restaurants and shops.  You can even stop along the side and buy yourself a snow cone.



Snow Cones in Old Town Spring

Or you can stop to eat at one of the numerous Cafe's.  You won't want to miss Wunsche Brothers.  You can get a some of the local history about the Wunsche family.



So does your doll need to go to the Doctor.  Look no farther Old Town Spring has a Doll hospital!


Six Flags Splash Town

Splash Town is an exceptional  46-acre water park in Spring. You can catch a wave in enormous wave pools and experience the waterfall on Shot Gun Falls or splash into the Blue Lagoon, a two-level activity pool. There's something for everyone at the 46-acre park. Open daily June-Aug.; weekends in May and Sept. On northbound I-45 at Holzwarth Road., exit 68.


The area is booming with many new shopping facilities opening up. A new Wal-mart has been built at the corner of 2920 and Kuykendahl which has made shopping much more accessible for the rural areas of Spring.




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Comment balloon 2 commentsMarchel Peterson • February 05 2007 02:48PM


Marchel, where in relation to Houston is Spring? I thought was like Northwest. But in this post you mentioned Splashtown. I thought it was like over close to Astro World? Am I turned around?
Posted by Danny Smith (DISCOVER TEXAS HOMES) over 13 years ago
HI Danny:  We do have a splashtown on the northwest side of town.  We are just below the Woodlands. Actually The Woodlands is a Spring zip code but shhhh don't tell anyone.
Posted by Marchel Peterson, Spring TX Real Estate E-Pro (Results Realty) over 13 years ago

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