Welcome Home - Houston’s Neighborhoods
Houston, the nation’s fourth largest city, has hundreds of neighborhoods and subdivisions. No two are the same. But then, no two Houston home buyers are the same either.
Let Roger Martin Properties help you explore Houston’s close-in, close-knit communities of West University, Southside Place and Bellaire as you search for your next home. Our website provides easy access to custom MLS search tools. Our knowledgeable agents are eager to provide you the kind of insights that come from living in the prime neighborhoods, not just selling them.
For Sale - Work and Play Not Far Away
- Fine schools
- Friendly neighbors
- Mature trees
- Ever-more parks and recreational amenities
- Shopping districts
- Eclectic home styles at various price points
Even a sprawling metropolis like Houston has its charming, well-established communities. What’s unusual for a major city, however, is that many of these long-valued neighborhoods are near downtown. They’re also close to other work-and-play destinations, such as:
- Texas Medical Center
- Rice University
- Museum District
- Hermann Park
- Memorial Park
- The Galleria/Uptown
Drive around and you’ll note the architectural medley of original, updated and completely new homes, often right next to each other. Housing styles -- and proportions – incorporate design traditions from a century of accommodating the ever-evolving modern lifestyle.
Street Wise - Finding the Right Property
It’s not always obvious from Houston’s handy street grid where one prime subdivision gives way to another -- or enters one of the small, independent cities now surrounded by Houston proper, such as West University, Southside Place, or Braeswood Place.
For street-by-street, neighborhood-by-neighborhood nuances of the Houston real estate market, ask the experts at Roger Martin Properties. Their personal attention can help you:
- Hone your home search, based on your preferences, such as type of home, budget, zip code, school district or other parameters.
- Save you time in the current fast-paced housing market that demands buyers be informed and prepared for quick decisions.
Saving time is one of the reasons these neighborhoods continue to attract newcomers -- from around the world as well as from Houston’s own suburbs.
4828 Austin St - FOR LEASE at $3,850 per month. This handsome townhome is built in Mediterranean style and located in the Museum District. The small townhome community is gated, and the unit has elevator access to the first three floors and a gorgeous rooftop terrace on the fourth floor.
6417 Westchester - FOR LEASE at $3,900 per month. Bring your porch swing! 6417 Westchester Street is a remodeled West University cottage, with three bedrooms and two full baths. This home, with its large family room and open living space, is ready for immediate occupancy.
Just Listed - New on the Market!
Great West U house with charm and style. All the architectural details of a 1939 house such as arched doorways, hardwood floors, classic tile and pedestal sinks but with ...
- Beds 4
- Baths 3
- MLS 11525126
West U home w/ 3 bedrms plus upstairs large office. Entertaining floor plan w/spacious living rm accented w/ brick fireplace, walk in wet bar & good wall space for art. I...
- Beds 3
- Baths 3
- MLS 81505933
Original 1940's classic 2 story w/ deep front porches is complimented by the hill-country style rear den that overlooks the expansive decks & pergola in the wooded backyd...
- Beds 3
- Baths 2
- MLS 92589894
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