Take a look at Heights-River Oaks-Montrose homes sold in September

823 Rutland St., Houston
823 Rutland St., Houston: This custom build from 2011 was inspired by Prairie-style architecture with a low-pitched roof and spacious front porch. 5 bed, 3.5 bath / 3,456 square feet. Sold for $1,242,001-$1,425,000 on Sept. 23. (Courtesy Houston Association of Realtors)

823 Rutland St., Houston: This custom build from 2011 was inspired by Prairie-style architecture with a low-pitched roof and spacious front porch. 5 bed, 3.5 bath / 3,456 square feet. Sold for $1,242,001-$1,425,000 on Sept. 23. (Courtesy Houston Association of Realtors)

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2406 Waugh Drive, Houston: This 1920s Craftsman-style bungalow has received a modern update with energy-efficient windows, gourmet kitchen, dual HVAC systems and a porte-cochere leading to an updated backyard. 3 bed, 2.5 bath / 2,534 square feet. Sold for $627,001-$717,000 on Sept. 18. (Courtesy Houston Association of Realtors)
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4027 Markham St., Houston: This stately home built in 2014 features an expansive master suite, a living space above the garage and a third-floor bedroom, as well as a study/home office space. 5 bed, 5.5 bath / 3,371 square feet. Sold for $1,082,001-$1,242,000 on Sept. 14. (Courtesy Houston Association of Realtors)
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916 Columbia St., Houston: Inspired by historic Heights architecture, this 2010 home features a gourmet kitchen and home office space. 4 bed, 2.5 bath / 3,191 square feet. Sold for $1,242,001-$1,425,000 on Sept. 30. (Courtesy Houston Association of Realtors)
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1610 Morse St., Houston: Built in 2019 and never lived in prior to purchase, this Silvan Homes project comes with a large kitchen and living area along with a breakfast room, study, bar and two-story foyer. 4 bed, 4 bath / 4,075 sq. ft. Sold for $1,242,001-$1,425,000 on Sept. 25. (Courtesy Houston Association of Realtors)
Among the homes sold in September in the Heights-River Oaks-Montrose area includes updated historic properties as well as new construction inspired by older styles.

View the gallery above to see more details about some of these recent single-family home purchases.


Home sales data is provided by the Houston Association of Realtors.
By Matt Dulin
Matt joined Community Impact Newspaper in January 2018 and is the City Editor for Houston's Inner Loop editions.


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