One of the first master-planned communities in Texas, Houston Heights was established in 1896 and was annexed by Houston in 1918. Filled with bungalows, Victorian mansions and recent construction, the neighborhood continues to thrive. As one of Houston‘s most walkable areas, the Heights offers a small-town feeling.
Within walking distance: neighborhood parks, Heights Mercantile, 19th Street, library, Heights Waterworks, Art on the Boulevard, restaurants at 11th and Yale streets, White Oak Drive District and the Heights Hike & Bike Trail
Schools: Harvard, Helm, Love, Field and Travis elementaries; Hogg Middle School, Heights High School
Square footage: 574-4,491
Home values (sold): $207,000-$1,650,000
Median price per square foot: $307.76
Homes sold within the past year: 288
Median days on the market: 23