The Historic Isaac Conroe Homestead
Isaac Conroe, founding father of Conroe, Texas, built a sawmill, this house and brought a railroad stop to the area now known as downtown, Conroe, Texas. It was first touted as “Conroe’s Switch”, a temporary stop for riders on the railroad to and from Houston and all points north. Later, it was shortened to just Conroe.
This history rich home later served as a temporary Montgomery County Courthouse from 1889 till 1991. It was also the post office and Mr. Isaac Conroe was the Postmaster.