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Tyler's newest gated luxury home community is now open in the beautiful rolling hills of East Texas, just south of Tyler. Located on Old Bullard Road (County Road 122) between Saddlebrook Estates and Baker Plantation, this development is situated in the finest area of the growing south Tyler area.

Phase 1 with its 63 lots is now open, with Phases 2 and 3 in the planning stages.


Among the amenities that you will find at Cook's Ranch are the following:

  • Underground utilities, including electricity, telephone, and cable (SuddenLink). Sewer service and natural gas is also provided
  • Gated, landscaped entryway
  • Large, wooded home sites
  • Strict architectural controls
  • Sidewalks
  • Greenbelts
  • Whitehouse ISD schools
  • Convenient South Broadway shopping

Restrictions and Architectural Controls

Cook's Ranch, Tyler's newest gated luxury home communityTo maintain the integrity and value of the community, restrictions and architectural controls have been developed. Construction standards and development guidelines such as minimum square footage, alarm systems, sprinkler systems, and landscaping are carefully written to maximize residents' investments and lifestyles.

Read more in the Declaration of Protective Covenants document. Adobe Acrobat PDF document format

Homeowner's Association

The Cook's Ranch Homeowner's Association is organized and operates as stipulated in the Cook's Ranch Declaration of Protective Covenants. Also, the Cook's Ranch Homeowner's Association (HOA) Bylaws Adobe Acrobat PDF document format document contains additions as deemed necessary for the safety of all property owners and their guests.

The owner of each lot in Cook's Ranch automatically becomes a member of the Association. Members of the Association meet at an annual meeting to discuss action items, vote on membership dues, stipulate assessments for long-term repairs and maintenance, and elect officers.

Annual dues are collected from each homeowner to pay for common area subdivision electric service, lawn maintenance of the entrance area, entrance area irrigation system and other related fees. Dues also help to cover long-term maintenance of items such as street repair, sewer repair, gate maintenance, etc.

More about the Homeowner's Association