In Lazybrook/Timbergrove, you might forget you’re practically in the heart of the city. Here, residents can enjoy a quiet, family-friendly neighborhood in a deceptively central, inner-loop location.
Developed in the 1950s, Lazybrook/Timbergrove is named for White Oak Bayou, which meanders peacefully through the neighborhood, and the area’s numerous pine trees that line the streets and enhance its wooded character. Tucked away just west of the Houston Heights within the northwest corner of Loop 610, residents are close to the excitement and amenities of the Heights and Shady Acres—but with a home that is generally more affordable and offers larger lots by Heights standards. Lazybrook/Timbergrove is famed for its charming mid-century/post-World War II brick ranches. This dominant style results in a relatively consistent, planned appearance. However, larger, newer construction, single-family homes and townhomes are becoming more prevalent as the area continues to explode in popularity with young families and urban professionals. In fact, the area is so beloved that it’s definitely not uncommon for original residents to still remain in their homes.
With abundant opportunities to explore the natural surroundings, the neighborhood encompasses several parks, including the W. 11th St. Park and its 20 acres of forest, and walking trails.
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