- Current Prices:$119,000 to $2,500,000
- Closed Prices:$85,000 to $787,000
- Median Sale Price:$330,624
- Average $ per sq ft:$212
- Association Fee Ranges:$25/quarter,$0 to $125/mo,$25 to $2200,$0 to $900
- Type:Attached Home (Condo, Townhouse, Loft, etc.), Single-Family Home
- Age:1900 to 2021
- Sq. Ft.:480 to 5,582Sq. Ft.
- Bedrooms:0 to 6Bedrooms
- Bathrooms:0 to 6Bathrooms
Where to Live
This prime residential location has numerous single-family homes and a handful of affordable condominiums. On the north side, there are subdivisions on both sides of the 610 Loop. On the east side, newer model homes can be found along Cavalcade Street. A large cluster of houses on the market are also located on the south side, near Interstate 10.
Where to Eat
Northside Village’s culinary scene is highly diverse, and reflects the city’s demographics. This particular area has seen an increase in new restaurants, both on its northern and southern ends. This is due to Northside Village’s location within four major freeways. However, the neighborhood still has a few local gems that have been serving patrons for many years, such as Alamo Tamale & Taco on Berry Road.
What You'll See
Lots of traffic due to the surrounding freeways, which are known to be perpetually busy. The upside is that you’ll get amazing views of the downtown Houston skyline on Interstate 45. There are many residential communities throughout the area, so expect the usual suburban aesthetics mixed with random strip malls that host everything from taco stands to laundromats. Since this neighborhood is quite large and stretches from the Heights/Downtown area to the Northside, you will see each subdivision’s unique characteristics.
Friday Night Fun
Collingsworth Avenue has unassuming storefronts that are local dive bars to colorful Tex-Mex restaurants. There are also numerous independently owned bars and music venues near Interstate 10, such as Walters Downtown that showcases all kinds of genres.
The Perfect Sunday
Northside Village boasts many gorgeous parks like Moody Park and White Oak Park to the southeast. Locals like to watch Texans games on the big screen TVs at local burger or taco restaurants. When the weather isn’t too hot or cold, joggers and dog lovers take advantage of the shaded sidewalks in many of the subdivisions, or go to local parks like Hogg Park near Interstate 45.
Friendly community and clean public spaces • Near Downtown • Close to four major freeways.
Locals Don't Love
Traffic • Relatively expensive houses • Lack of entertainment options.
Disclaimer: School attendance zone boundaries are supplied by Maponics and are subject to change. Check with the applicable school district prior to making a decision based on these boundaries.
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