Homes for rent in the Houston area fringe the largest city in Texas and one of the major metropolitan areas in the U.S. Many communities, with their unique position among Houston's suburbs, have expanded rapidly in recent decades as a rush of people relocated to southeast Texas with their sights on the booming economy in general and energy industry in particular.
The result is a series of towns and cities that offer a blend of the charming brand of rural life in the Lone Star State, the comfort of suburban living, and access to a prospering city with all of its treasures. Rental homes in Cypress, Texas, one of Houston's largest suburban communities, have come to exemplify this attractive lifestyle.
The rich history of the area surrounding many Cypress rental homes includes settlements of the Atakapan Indian tribes, early German settlers whose heritage lingers in the community, and camps inhabited by General Sam Houston of the Texas Army during the Battle of San Jacinto of the Texas Revolution. The Cypress Historical Society has preserved many relics of early days in the rural community, though newcomers to Cypress houses will be greeted by a different kind of town.
Today, those renting homes in Cypress are part of a robust economy -- anchored by North Cypress Medical Center and the Cypress Fairbanks Medical Center Hospital -- and an active community. Downtown attractions include the Tin Hall, one of the oldest dance halls in Texas, and the multi-use Berry Center. The latter invites those renting Cypress homes to enjoy a number of activities held in its football stadium, basketball arena, auditorium and conference center.
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