Cottage Grove

Located just off of Interstate 10 inside the 610 Loop, near Memorial Park and The Heights boasts a community with beautiful Town Homes, Vintage cottages and Gated Communities. Cottage Grove is a close distance to Washington Avenue and nearby family friendly restaurants. The banks of White Oak Bayou and a tree-shaded neighborhood park provide many outdoor activities for its residents.

Garden Oaks

Garden Oaks is well known for their civic and local activities among their residents. Located next door to Oak Forest and just north of the Heights this community boasts homes from bungalows, quaint cottages, traditional ranch and plantation style homes. While you will find beautiful new construction throughout, this neighborhood has maintained its original charm and history.

Houston Heights

Nestled in Houston’s inner loop just minutes away from Downtown and the Galleria, this charming community dates back to the late 1800’s and boasts massive oak trees, Victorian and Bungalow style homes, bike trails and beautiful parks. The Heights not only embraces its art and culture with its many festivals and gatherings it also features some of the city’s best restaurants from high-end steak houses, BYOB spots and ample outdoor patio style eateries. West 19th Street is a hub for the arts, shopping and dining, while White Oak Drive offers a range of live music venues. Stop by for the “First Saturday Arts Market” on the first Saturday of each month for live music, crafts, plants and artwork.

Houston Midtown

Located between Downtown and the Museum District, Midtown has been known for being Houston’s most diverse neighborhood. Midtown boasts an abundance of restaurants, art venues, nightlife, and shopping. With being well known for the cultural arts, parks and the outstanding brunch options it makes this neighborhood the go-to spot for locals on the weekends.


First platted in 1911 just west of Downton is well acclaimed Montrose located in the heart of Houston inner-loop and has been named one of the “ten great neighborhoods in America” in 2009. Montrose consists of 20th century bungalows, cottages, and renovated mansions located along tree-lined boulevards and wide streets. You can find ample restaurants, boutiques, antique shops, live music and art galleries. This neighborhood is convenient to Downtown, the Medical Center and is also home to The University of St. Thomas.

Oak Forest

Oak Forest is located just outside of the 610 loop and features beautiful winding streets lined with mature trees and large manicured front yards. Homes consists of traditional bungalows, custom homes and small gated communities. Residents take advantage of the local parks, TC Jester hike and bike trails, shopping and restaurants nearby.

Rice Military

Convenient to Memorial Park, one of the largest parks in the United States and the incredible Buffalo Bayou makes this neighborhood a popular destination. Washington Avenue is lined with different trendy and diverse restaurants, shops as well as plenty places to have a drink and enjoy the outdoors. The Eastern portion includes Houston’s historic First and Sixth Wards- The Sixth Ward is home to the oldest intact neighborhood in Houston with a high concentration of old Victorian Homes.

Shady Acres

Nestled between the historic Houston Heights and Timbergrove Manor lies the rapidly evolving community of Shady Acres. With all the amenities that the Heights offers right next door, Shady Acres provides many places to eat and drink and outdoor activities like The White Oak Bike Bayou Hike and Bike Trail.

Spring Branch

Located off I10 just minutes away from the Galleria and Energy corridor is a nestled community that features many style homes from traditional ranch, mid century modern townhomes, custom homes and several gated communities. This neighborhood provides its residents with ample shopping, entertainment, restaurants and is zoned to highly acclaimed Spring Branch School District.


Timbergrove and Lazybrook are two-adjoining deed-restricted neighborhoods located inside the loop, 7 miles northwest of Downtown, Houston. Ranch style homes built in the 50’s and 60’s are surrounded with mature trees, curb and guttered streets and large manicured front yards. Timbergrove also offers some of the city’s best bike and hike trails and the well-known 11 Street Park. The neighborhood is also convenient to not only Downtown and the Galleria but it is also a few minute drive or a short bike ride away from Memorial Park and The Heights 19th Street where you can find plentiful restaurants, boutiques and antique shops.