What’s not to like about Tomball? Close enough to Houston to have access to all the amenities of a big city but on days when the traffic is just not something to be dealt with, the amenities can be accessed at home in Tomball.
While Tomball not so long ago was considered just a small country town, it now bustles with upscale living while still maintaining that small hometown feeling. Small quaint shops filled with antiques line the sidewalks and local cafe type eateries send out delicious aromas throughout the day. If little shops are not your thing, a 10 minute car ride in several directions bring you to large malls with all the major shopping spots and big box stores. As builders have seen the value in Tomball, the area has recently been sprouting higher end neighborhoods. With that is coming much new growth. Rural and horse friendly property still is plentiful in the area.
You ought to consider Tomball if you like being close to the big city access but enjoy coming home to a small town.
And if you are hungry for a good ole Texas traditional meal of chicken fried steak, you MUST visit Goodson’s cafe.
Just the Basics Please Ma’am!
- Tomball is a city in Harris County in the U.S. state of Texas, a part of the Houston metropolitan area.
- The population was 10,753 at the 2010 census.
Tomball, TX Latitude & Longitude: 30.096442, -95.617189
Tomball Train Depot