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Bellaire

Bellaire, affectionately referred to as the “City of Homes,” is an incorporated city in the heart of Houston. Bellaire is readily recognized by its red street signs, and its homes and businesses are s ...

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Bunker Hill

Bunker Hill Village began as a settlement of German farmers who, attracted by the verdant forest of pines and hardwoods, established sawmills to cut timber. As late as 1936, Harris County highway maps ...

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Camp Logan

Camp Logan is more than a thriving enclave of old homes and new townhomes tucked into the eastern edge of Memorial Park. It also holds an important place in Houston’s history. Camp Logan began in 1 ...

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Downtown

The dynamics of Downtown Houston have changed considerably since 1998, thanks to major new developments and the restoration and revitalization of older buildings into residential properties, entertain ...

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Hunters Creek

Hunters Creek Village, one of Houston’s Memorial Villages, is located west of Voss Road and south of I-10 along Memorial Drive. Early in Hunters Creek’s history, German farmers settled on the heavily ...

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Meyerland

Meyerland was developed by George Meyer in the mid-1950s. Actually, three generations of the Meyer family were instrumental in its ultimate development, beginning with Joseph F. Meyer, who was five wh ...

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Midtown

Location is Midtown’s chief asset. Midtown refers to neighborhoods of homes and businesses south and west of downtown, east of Montrose Boulevard, and north of Interstate 59, directly between Downtown ...

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Montrose

Historic Montrose, like adjoining Midtown, has experienced a renaissance in recent years. Just west of Downtown Houston, Montrose offers a mix of historic stately homes, brick bungalows, townhomes, hi ...

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Oak Forest

Oak Forest, Houston's third largest neighborhood, is drawing families and creatives alike, looking for a close-in neighborhood with a community feel. A dynamic blend of ranch homes and new constructio ...

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Piney Point Village

In 1824, surveyor John D. Taylor received a land grant from Stephen F. Austin for a league centered on a “pine point” rich in water and timber resources at the southernmost turn of Buffalo Bayou. Tayl ...

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Rice Military

Rice Military, one of Houston’s most historic places, is located near Memorial Park southeast of the Westcott and Washington intersection. It is bordered by Washington Avenue on the north, Buffalo Bay ...

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River Oaks

Nestled in the heart of Houston. This elegant, architecturally pleasing subdivision is highly recognized by the magnificent mansions that line the streets and boulevards of this well respected communi ...

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Royal Oaks Country Club

Within the magnificent confines of Royal Oaks Country Club, the luxury of a five-star resort meets the comforts of home in a mélange of distinguished design and lavish elegance. Royal Oaks Country Clu ...

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Spring Valley

Nestled in the forested region north of Interstate-10, ten miles west of downtown and minutes from Loop 610, residents of Spring Valley Village feel they have a bit of the country in the middle of the ...

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Tanglewood

Once recognized by the National Association of Home Builders in Washington, D.C. as one of the five best planned subdivisions in the United States, Tanglewood is located in the shadows of the Galleria ...

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The Heights

The inner-loop Heights-area neighborhoods have experienced phenomenal changes since the Houston Heights was developed in 1891 by O.M. Carter and his group of forward-thinking investors. Houston Height ...

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The Woodlands

Called “America’s Hometown,” since it opened in 1974, The Woodlands, a 28,000-acre master-planned real estate community, has all the elements of a complete city, with full commercial, industrial and r ...

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West University

According to a study released by The Business Journals On Numbers in 2011, West University Place ranks No. 1 for having the best quality of life in the United States. With some 77 percent of working r ...

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