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Houston's Neighborhoods

With over 10,000 square miles and 9 counties, learning about Houston's many neighborhoods takes time! Whether you are brand new to our fair town, or still getting to know your way around, use our handy neighborhood guides to identify your perfect pocket of Houston! Have questions, need assistance, or want more info? Connect with us!

 

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Far North:

Includes The Woodlands, Conroe, Spring, and Montgomery. Small town values with big city amenities. No longer the “south Dallas” of Houston – this region has a culture all its own!

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North:

The area between BW8 and 610N. Homes for every lifestyle, all within commutable distance to downtown. An up and coming area that is home to many of Houston’s craft breweries.

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Northeast:

Home to master-planned communities, unrestricted estate lots, and Lake Houston – Pick your adventure!

 


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Northwest:

Prestigious schools, ease of mobility and a bounty of living options make this area highly desirable.

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Inner Loop:

EaDo, Near North, Montrose, River Oaks, The Heights, and many more – feel the pulse of the city in this walkable Houston hotspot.

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East:

More than just the ship channel! New housing at affordable price points, paired with accessibility has poised this region to take off!


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West:

Home to the Energy Corridor, area growth and urban sprawl have connected the west to the Galleria area, and the rest of Houston seamlessly.

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South:

Hobby Airport, Pearland, and the communities that surround it south of BW8 and the 610 Loop. This area boasts easy commutes into downtown and to the coast.

 

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Southeast:

Known as the Bay Area and Galveston Island, the focus of this area is all about Gulf Coast living. Water sports abound and lifestyle is key.

 


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Southwest:

Close enough to commute to downtown, but far enough removed for farm living, this area includes both scenic country roads and suburban Sugar Land.

 

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Far South:

Straight down 288, all the way to coast lies Angleton, Lake Jackson, and Bay City. Wildlife refuges and coastal amenities like Surfside Beach add to the area’s appeal.

 

 

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