Northpointe

Welcome to Northpointe

Northpointe is an area in Tomball, TX that contains many beautiful subdivisions. Every neighborhood offers a welcoming sense of community paired with an array of amenities including walking trails, parks, lakes, playgrounds, pools, tennis courts and community clubhouses. The Northpointe area is zoned to the highly acclaimed Tomball ISD which has exemplary schools with low student-teacher ratios and the latest technology.


Northpointe Market Statistics

There are currently 58 Single-Familys for sale in Tomball. The average price for Tomball properties is $377,463 which is 0% higher than all Single-Familys within a 20 mile radius. The highest priced property in Tomball is $654,990 while the lowest priced Single-Family is listed at $189,900. Most of the properties available in Tomball are Single-Familys . Compared to last month, the average price of real estate in the area has gone up 100%.

Average Days on Site: 52
Average Listing Price: $377,463
Most Expensive Single-Family: $654,990
Least Expensive Single-Family: $189,900
Short Sales Properties: 0
Foreclosure Listings: 0

Map of Northpointe

Northpointe Schools and Rankings

Canyon Pointe Elementary School(Preschool-4)5
Northpointe Intermediate School(5-6)5
Willow Creek Elementary School(K-4)
Black Elementary School(Preschool-5)
Kids R Kids No 21 - Tomball(Preschool-K)
Kohrville Elementary School(Preschool-5)
Blackshear Elementary School(Preschool-5)
Northpointe Intermediate School(5-6)5
Willow Wood J High School(7-8)4
Tomball Memorial High School(9-12)4

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