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With an oak-lined esplanade and spacious lots, Afton Oaks is a close-in neighborhood of 1950s homes and lots of new construction. Homes from the $400,000s up to the high millions. Right inside of Loop 610 West, Afton Oaks’s average sale price in 2016 was $946,000.
An incorporated city within Houston, Bellaire has over 6,000 homes. Located west of West University, it spans inside and outside Loop 610 West. Some excellent HISD schools. 2016 average sales price was $990,000.
The Braeswood area consists of Old Braeswood, one of Houston’s historic neighborhoods, plus 7 other subdivisions, south of West University. Close proximity to the Texas Medical Center and Rice University, these neighborhoods vary in style and cost. 2016 average sale price was $1,077,000.
A neighborhood of about 900 homes, west of Tanglewood, Briargrove is a combination of 1950s homes (many remodeled) and new construction. A strong civic association, top-rated elementary school, and a clubhouse with pool. 2016 average sales price was $870,000.
Popular with families working in the Energy Corridor, Briargrove Park is between Gessner and Beltway 8 West. Most homes were built in the 1950s and 1960s. 2016 average sales price was $561,000.
Galveston is a city about 60 miles south of Houston, where many Houstonians keep a second home. Rich in history off the beach, Galveston boasts tourist attractions including Moody Gardens, Schlitterbahn, and the Pleasure Pier.
Garden Oaks has an exceptional civic association and close-knit neighbors. Located north of the Houston Heights and Loop 610 North, the average 2016 sales price was $499,000.
The Heights is among the most vibrant historic neighborhood in Houston. Located close to Downtown, the Houston Heights is known for its pride and unique culture. North of I-10, west of Downtown, the 2016 average sales price was $581,000.
This inner-loop neighborhood consists of Glen Cove, and upscale subdivision of large homes on large lots, while Rice Military and Camp Logan provide townhomes and patio homes in various price ranges.
The Memorial Villages are independent townships within the City of Houston, west of Loop 610 West to the Beltway 8 West. Most of this area is south of I-10, although Spring Valley and Hilshire Village are north of I-10. Known for its superb school district (Spring Branch ISD), large lots, and mature trees, the Memorial Villages contain original ranch homes and elaborate new construction. Homes range from the $800,000s to the multi-millions, averaging over $2 million.
From Beltway 8 West to Highway 6, south of I-10, the neighborhoods of Memorial West are part of the Spring Branch ISD.
Located just outside Loop 610 at the southwest corner, Meyerland consists of over two thousand 1960s era homes. The neighborhood provides accessibility to the Medical Center, Galleria, and downtown. The average sales price in 2016 was $635,000.
East of River Oaks, Montrose is an eclectic blend of 1920s bungalows, classic mansions, and new townhomes. Within minutes’ driving distance of Downtown, Montrose still has its bohemian charm. Average 2016 sales price was $821,000.
One of Houston’s most esteemed neighborhoods, River Oaks is situated within 5 miles of Downtown. Developed in the 1920s, River Oaks is a classic neighborhood of large homes, original and new. The average sales price of River Oaks and its contiguous neighbor, Avalon Place, in 2016 was $2.8 million.
Located south of Rice Village shopping, west of Rice University, and east of West University, the Southgate subdivisions are very popular with medical professionals. Also adjacent to the Museum District, the average sales price in 2016 was $807,000.
An upscale neighborhood north of Rice University and south of I-59, the Southampton area is known for its gorgeous treed lots, wonderful Fleming Park, and neighbors who are intent on keeping their neighborhood livable, safe and full of charm. The average sales price in 2016 was $1,298,000.
Another of Houston’s exclusive neighborhoods, Tanglewood was thoughtfully developed in the 1940s. Over 1,000 homes grace the tree-lined streets, and Houston Country Club is adjacent. The 2016 average sales price was $2.4 million.
One of Houston’s close-in urban neighborhoods, Upper Kirby spans the area from Westheimer down to Bissonnet, with Buffalo Speedway to the west and Shepherd to the east. A mixture of single family, patio homes, and townhomes, all very close to shopping and dining. The average sales price for a single family home in 2016 was $876,000.
Both West University Place and Southside Place are independent cities within Houston. West U is known for its wonderful elementary school, community center and pool, and great children’s athletic programs. Southside is directly south of West U, where one finds larger lot sizes. The two neighborhoods combined 2016 average sales price was $1,25 million.
A master-planned community about 30 miles north of Downtown, this 1970s development consists of multiple neighborhoods, with varied price points. The Woodlands is known for its excellent restaurants, thoughtful planning, and lots of trees and water features.