Moving to The Heights

Moving to The Heights

The Heights area of Houston is a mostly residential area with neighborhoods that stretch between the North 610 Loop and I-10 to the south. If you plan on working on in the Energy Corridor or Downtown, then The Heights is a great location for you to consider living. You cannot beat the commute to either location from a home in The Heights. Here is some information about The Heights that may assist you in your move.

A mix of recently built homes, renovations, and craftsman home built decades ago, The Heights is a place where you can find a unique home that suits your style and your budget. The Heights is also a great place to live considering its vibrant nightlife, restaurants, and cultural activities. The Bayou City Art Festival, First Saturday Arts Market, Art Car Parade, and more center around The Heights.

There may not be a more desirable area to live in the City of Houston than The Heights. Anyone who is familiar with real estate in Houston can tell you the value of homes and properties in The Heights has increased a substantial amount in just the past few years. If you decide to move to the Heights, then you will surely meet other people who are in the same position as you- moving to a new place and trying to establish roots in a new community.

Another advantage that The Heights has over other communities in Houston is that it can feel just like that- a community. With only a few main roads that run mainly north and south and most residential streets that run east and west, The Heights feels like a small town even though you are in a large city. Elementary schools include Travis Elementary, Harvard Elementary and Field Elementary for those of you with small children.

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