Humble, Conroe And Atascocita


The city of Humble located just 18 miles northeast of downtown Houston was initially a crossroads community for settlers during the late 1800s. With the discovery of oil, Humble transformed into a boomtown, and was the origin of the Humble Oil & Refining Company, which later became the Exxon Corporation. As oil production declined through the years, residents returned to agriculture, and Humble is now known as the retail and shipping center for agriculture and lumber in the northeast Harris County region. Humble today is a fast growing metropolitan area that retains its small town charm and friendly Southern hospitality.

Humble, TX Real Estate and Homes for Sale in Humble, TX

Real estate options found in Humble are mostly single-family residences located on tree-lined streets with landscaped yards and the occasional cul-de-sac, with townhouses and low-rise condominiums also offered in the newer developments. There are also a number of sprawling estate properties in some areas, while those who want to build their very own custom home from the ground up will still find vacant land and lots.

Humble Areas of Interest

    • The Humble Civic Center & Arena Complex is a widely used venue for special events in the city, such as concerts, festivals, tournaments, fundraisers, banquets, car & truck shows, and rodeos. The complex features a 40,000 sq. ft. covered expo building, an arena that seats 5,000 people, a ballroom, and numerous multipurpose rooms.
  • Located along US 59 is the super-regional mall Deerbrook Mall. It has four anchor stores and more than 130 shops and dining establishments that include Barnes & Noble, Dillard’s, Forever 21, Gap, JCPenney, Macy’s, Sears, Toys R Us, and more; as well as 24 movie theaters.


The seat of Montgomery County, the city of Conroe is located just about 40 miles to the north of Houston and is part of the larger Houston-The Woodlands-Sugar Land metropolitan area. The city was originally known as “Conroe’s Switch,” and was named for Isaac Conroe. A Union Cavalry officer and Houston lumberman, he built a sawmill there in 1881.

Conroe saw periods of growth due to lumber demands and oil profits, even briefly becoming a city with a wealth of millionaires during the 1930s. Conroe today is one of the fastest growing communities in the Houston region, and continues to attract new residents and visitors due to its pleasant mix of small town charm and progressive suburban vibe, low crime rate, excellent health care and education, as well as numerous recreational opportunities.

Conroe, TX Real Estate and Homes for Sale in Conroe, TX

Conroe offers a good selection of real estate options and has a wide range of single-family residences, from ranch-style homes to custom-built luxury properties. Buyers will also find townhouses and condominiums as well as larger executive homes and a select few historic properties. There’s also plenty of vacant land and lots ideal for new construction.

Conroe Areas of Interest

    • Lake Conroe is a 21,000-acre manmade lake that extends 21 miles in length and was created in 1970 as an alternate water supply for the city of Houston. The lake has clean, clear water that’s also used for numerous water-based recreational activities such as swimming, boating, fishing, and water skiing.
  • The Lone Star Monument and Historical Flag Park in Conroe memorializes the 13 Texas Revolution battle flags and the people who carried them during Texas’s fight for independence. With a 14-foot-tall statue of a Texan pioneer holding the Lone Star flag as its centerpiece, the park also features a bronze bust of the man credited with the design of the Lone Star Flag, Dr. Charles B. Stewart.


Located in the northeastern part of Harris County, just about 18 miles northeast of downtown Houston, Atascocita is a large development that has become one of the fastest-growing residential areas in the region. The community is bordered on its eastern side by Lake Houston, and took its name from the old Atascocita Road that became a widely used east-west route that’s known today as Farm to Market Road 1960.

Offering 15 established neighborhoods and an array of parks, golf course, and country clubs, Atascocita blends small town charm with a distinct style of suburban flair. Atascocita was named one of the “Best Places to Retire” by U.S. News & World Report, while consumer advocacy site NerdWallet ranked Atascocita as one of the “Best Cities for Home Ownership in Texas.”

Atascocita, TX Real Estate and Homes for Sale in Atascocita, TX

Housing options in Atascocita include single-family residences, townhouses, and condominiums. You’ll find plenty of golf course homes on roomy lots and premier properties in master-planned communities and recent developments. Vacant land and lots are still available as well.

Atascocita Areas of Interest

    • Lake Houston is a 12,240-acre man-made lake that was constructed in 1951 as a reservoir for civic, irrigation, and recreational purposes. The lake offers excellent opportunities for swimming, kayaking, boating, and water skiing. Fishing enthusiasts will also enjoy reeling in more than a dozen varieties of fish found in the lake.
  • Golfers can tee off and find plenty of challenges among several of Atascocita courses, which include the Atascocita Country Club, Tour 18, and Walden at Lake Houston Golf and Country Club.