Houstonians have a lot to be proud of when it comes to the City of Houston, Texas: a thriving oil and gas industry, the Medical Center, and, of course, the internationally acclaimed Museum District. Houston boasts the sixth largest art museum in the United States, as well as having 19 cultural institutions, making it a national leader in the world of art and culture. The cultural diversity of Rice Village and the Museum District can be attributed to the mix of young, well-to-do professionals, students from around the world, and the longtime residents that have called Rice Village and the Museum District home for decades. A metro rail and bus lines serve the Rice Village/Museum District, giving residents easy access to all their vital necessities. Of course, thanks to how these areas were planned, many people like to choose walking or cycling when getting a bite to eat, grabbing an evening drink, or visiting one of the entertainment venues nearby.
If someone were to ask residents of Rice Village and the Museum District in Houston, Texas, what there is to do, they would most likely respond with, “What isn’t there to do?” Potential homebuyers are compelled to purchase a home here in Rice Village and the Museum District due to limitless options available to them regarding art, culture, entertainment, shopping, and dining. Another attribute about living in Houston is the number of green spaces available, such as the 124-acre Buffalo Bayou Park located at Allen Parkway and Memorial Drive. Buffalo Bayou Park stretches from Shepherd Drive to Sabine Street between Memorial Drive and Allen Parkway. The park allows residents of the Houston area and beyond rental spaces including pavilions and venue spaces for birthday parties, anniversaries, social events, corporate gatherings. In addition to that, you only need to go down TX-225 East for about 30 minutes before arriving at Sylvan Beach Park in La Porte, Texas. This sandy beach park is on the shores of Trinity Bay and offers play equipment, a fishing pier and, a pavilion for events.
Rice Village and the Museum District offer potential homebuyers a nice variety of single-family and multi-family home options, depending on your needs. Single-family residences vary in architectural styles that include Colonial, Classical, Contemporary, Country, Cottage, Craftsman, Ranch, Tudor, Mediterranean, and some newly constructed models. On average, floor plans start out with one bedroom, one bath, and 795 square feet and up to five bedrooms, six bathrooms, and 3,916 square feet. Furthermore, available properties in the Rice Village and Museum District neighborhoods feature a variety of apartments, condominiums, and townhomes on the market featuring different floor plans and amenities. To learn more about Rice Village and Museum District real estate, please contact us today to schedule a tour.