Browse all Audubon Place for sale & Houston real estate listings below. Audubon Place is a historic district that is part of the original Montrose Addition developed in the 1910s and 1920s. Audubon Place is the last remaining mostly residential section within the original boundaries of Montrose. If you enjoy the small town feel and still want a quick and easy access to Hwy 288, Beltway 8 or 45, Audubon Place is where shrewd buyers are looking. For information about Audubon Place neighborhood properties for sale or to schedule a private home showing, contact your Houston real estate experts today.
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Audubon Place is a small private unique gated community with a variety of custom styled homes on estate size lots with great values. The community is set next to a 108-acre environmental center, off the newly built Magnolia Road. Kirby Run associates LP developed the community in the early 2000s.
The historic homes for sale in Audubon Place are one and two-story tall. The architecture comprises mostly Craftsman, Prairie, and Colonial Revival styles. The neighborhood also features several older apartment buildings, modern apartments, townhouses and some commercial development. Homes prices range from the low to the high six-figure range. Over the years, developers have recognized the area's charm and historical significance. They're now buying the neglected buildings and restoring them following vernacular style designs that help keep the areas old-world charm.
Audubon Place Lifestyle
Life in Audubon Place has access to all you need for work, play, and shopping. With its central location within The Loop, Audubon Place is one of the most accessible neighborhoods in Houston. Residents are only a short commute away from key districts such as downtown, the Medical Center and the Galleria. Audubon Place is next to Montrose which is home to upscale restaurants, boutiques, music bars and countless eateries. More entertainment hotspots are in Rice Military, the Galleria, and downtown which is a short distance away. Besides, Montrose is home to art museums and festivals such as Houston’s Museum of Fine Arts, the Menil Collection, the Contemporary Arts Museum and the Holocaust Museum.
Along with these great amenities, residents also enjoy the benefits of an established homeowners association. In the 1990s, residents organized the Audubon Place Civic Association. The association's main aim is to ensure community safety, promote certain aesthetic standards and enforce strict deed restrictions.
Audubon Place Schools
Children of school age in Audubon Place have access to great educational opportunities the community has to offer. Located in the outstanding PISD, the community is home to Magnolia Elementary School which is within walking distant.
Want to purchase a home in Audubon Place? Call your Houston real estate team, VIP Realty at (281) 456-2475. Your neighborhood Audubon Place REALTORS and agents are here to help with the Greater Houston housing market.
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Listing information last updated on September 22nd, 2019 at 3:55am CDT.