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Northcliffe, Texas

For Northcliffe Manor, Texas, see Northcliffe Manor

Northcliffe is a neighborhood in unincorporated northwest Harris County, Texas, United States.

It is located near Richey Rd., and Veterans Memorial Dr. It is North of Northcliffe Manor, southeast of Willowbrook, and West of Kleinbrook. The subdivision is located 3 miles from the Houston city limits and it has a Houston mailing address. NorthCliffe is a Hispanic community with partial African American. The neighborhood is divided into 6 sections, north towards stonehenge and brookhead. south towards swenden east towards left brookhead and the last 3 sections are a part of the 3 black pools, west, central, east. Most of the population is towards the central black pool where most of the food commerce is located. the people that live in NorthCliffe are bisected by veterans memorial and N bammel Houston. They currently arrive on the local metro bus 108.

Police service

The neighborhood is within the Harris County Sheriff's Office jurisdiction.

Education

Most students living in Northcliffe Manor are zoned to the Klein Independent School District[1]

References

  1. ^ "ATTENDANCE ZONES KLEIN FOREST HIGH SCHOOL 2007-2008." Klein Independent School District.


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