Southeast Houston

Southeast Houston

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About Southeast Houston

Southeast Houston is a large and diverse community extending from south of downtown to the border of Pasadena on the southeast side. This district has many affordable single-family homes and condominium complexes, mixed with an eclectic range of businesses in strip malls. The landscape is more urban on the north side and becomes more suburban and somewhat rural farther south.

Quick Facts

Current Prices: $89,900 to $575,000

Closed Prices: $25,000 to $362,715

Median Sale Price: $216,245

Average $ per sq ft: $155

Association Fee Ranges: $115 to $340/mo, $0 to $1790, $0 to $400

Type: Attached Home (Condo, Townhouse, Loft, etc.), Single-Family Home

Age: 1928 to 2022

Sq. Ft.: 288 to 3890 Sq. Ft.

Bedrooms: 0 to 8 Bedrooms

Bathrooms: 0 to 8 Bathrooms

Lot Size: 0 - 3 acres

Getting Around Southeast Houston

Around Southeast Houston

There are many affordable single-family homes and complexes in the southeast part of the neighborhood. Numerous options can be found along the 610 Loop, Interstate 45 and Almeda Road. Newer subdivisions on the south side are relatively more expensive and have a suburban-rural feel. However, this area has experienced a real estate and population boom over the last decade, and more properties are predicted to be developed in the next few years.

The Southeast has a diverse culinary scene reflecting the neighborhood’s demographics. You can find everything from Vietnamese noodle shops to taco stands across this expansive area. There are many highly-rated Salvadoran and Mexican restaurants along Almeda Road and Highway 90. You can also try out good old-fashioned soul food on Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard.

Multiple subdivisions with single-family homes of all ages. There northern section of the neighborhood, closer to downtown, has a more urban look. Farther down towards Pearland, you will see the landscape transition into a typical Texas suburb. Pasadena to the east is also a mixture of urban and suburban settings, with numerous strip malls and industrial lots in between.

The Southeast has a vibrant nightlife scene. Due to its size, the choice of bars, nightclubs, lounges, and late night restaurants are endless. You can find local dive bars on MLK Boulevard and Belfort Street. There are also many establishments tucked in strip malls along Beltway 8 and Interstate 45.

Southeast has various parks for joggers, dog walkers, and bicyclists. F.M. Law Park is a sports complex on Mykawa Road, near the Houston Police Department. It has a large driving range for golfers who want to practice their swing as well as softball fields.

Locals Love

  • Quiet, friendly atmosphere
  • Diversity
  • Close to major freeways

Locals Don't Love

  • Traffic on I-45 and 610 Loop
  • Lack of entertainment options
  • Flooding during hurricane season

Neighborhood Reviews

1 Review

Great place to visit!

John H
Great place to visit and be with the family!
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