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Cinco Ranch has a long history going back to the 1820s and before Texas became a republic.  The land was granted by the Spanish government and, in short, it eventually became Stephen F. Austin who was able to successfully settle families into the valleys of the Brazos and Colorado rivers.  One of which was Randolph Foster whose land spread across Fort Bend and Waller counties. In time, Foster’s daughter married into the Blakeley family who eventually sold the land to William Wheless.  Wheless brought four friends into a partnership in this ranch land and it was the combination of these five men that came up with the name we know it as today: Cinco Ranch, which kept it true to its Spanish roots.

A far cry from what we see here today, Cinco Ranch originally thrived off cattlemen using it for cattle, rice, and peanut production.  It was in 1984 when 5,000 acres was sold off for the development of a master-planned community, 2003 when another 1,828 acres were purchased along with several smaller parcels, and 2010 when another 492 acres were added. Bringing the size of the Cinco Ranch development to 8,092 acres split out into Cinco 1 and Cinco 2 phases with over a combined 14,000 homesites across 45 pocket communities such as Cinco Ranch North Lake, South Lake and Greenway Villages and Bayou Pines and Bayou Woods…to name a few.

In total, the vast community offers 11 different pools such as The Beach Club which offers a white,sandy beach to The Lakehouse which offers waterslides. There are tennis courts, soccer, baseball, volleyball and football fields throughout, 54 parks and green spaces, a golf course, community centers, miles of walking trails, planned community events, and plenty of shopping and restaurants at centers such as La Centerra.  As if this wasn’t enough, families can also enjoy having their kids be part of the Cinco Ranch swim team or get involved with organizations such as the Cinco Ranch Ladies Club.

The neighborhoods are zoned to excellent Katy ISD schools and are conveniently located near main roads and freeways, local restaurants and close to destination points such as Typhoon Texas and the upcoming Katy Boardwalk.

When you buy into Cinco Ranch, you’re buying into a neighborhood network that offers an expansive list of amenities, an engaging lifestyle, and residents here have loved calling it home since building began in 1991.  From this condensed write up, I think we can all see why!