Why you'd want to live in GLEANNLOCH FARMS
Gleannloch Farms represents a modern master-planned community of nearly 3,200 homes, interwoven with miles of roads and sidewalks, a golf course, three recreation centers with pools and sports facilities, playgrounds, churches, schools, and businesses, but a little over 70 years ago, Gleannloch Farms was a very different place, a special place filled with a love of the open land and a great passion for exceptional and charismatic horses. Owned by legendary Texas oilman, banker, real estate investor, and farmer, Douglas B. Marshall and his equally famous wife and socialite Margaret Cullen Marshall, daughter and heir of the “King of the Wildcatters” and philanthropist Hugh Roy Cullen, the Gleannloch Farms property was acquired sometime in the mid-1940s. Gleannloch Farms then, as it is now, is a beautiful and serene oasis located in the north west area of Harris County. The community still has some of the original white wood clad stables, offices, and barn in use today.