Browse all Museum District homes for sale & Houston real estate listings below. Houston’s Museum District includes an impressive collection of not only museums, but of galleries, cultural centers and community organizations. The museums of the Museum District host millions of visitors each year. In fact, more than 7 million visitors attended the museums of the Museum District in 2011. For information about Museum District neighborhood properties for sale or to schedule a private home showing, contact your Houston real estate experts today.
This Is The First Time A Ph In This Building Is Being Offered To The Public- Don't Miss Out On The Opportunity To Make This Exquisite Residence Your Home! 21' Ceiling Heights, Double Height Window Wall Systems, Gaggenau Appliances, Eggersman Cabin...
5104 Caroline Unit 603, Houston, Texas - $1,870,000
Now Ready For Immediate Move-in! This Building Is A Curated Collection Of Only 20 Total Residences So Opportunities Are Limited. The Lily Plan Offers Generously Proportioned Rooms That Easily Allow You To Entertain In A Refined And Spacious Reside...
5104 Caroline St Unit 503, Houston, Texas - $1,795,000
The Mondrian Is A Sophisticated Boutique Building Of Only 20 Residences On The Caroline Street Esplanade In The Museum District. Unit 503, The 3 Bedroom, 3.5 Bath Victory Plan, Has A Generous Layout Offering Beautifully Proportioned Rooms And Wond...
Croix Custom Homes Brings You The "fabulous French Contemporary" In The Heart Of Mandell Place. Designed For Both Entertaining And Casual Family Living, The First Floor Boasts Impressive 11 Ft. Ceilings, Plus A Two Story Library With Over 21 Ft. ...
Keller Williams Realty
5104 Caroline Unit 201, Houston, Texas - $1,725,000
Now Ready For Immediate Move-in! This Building Is A Curated Collection Of Only 20 Total Residences So Opportunities Are Limited. The Alberi Plan Offers Generously Proportioned Rooms That Easily Allow You To Entertain In A Refined And Spacious Resi...
Live In Your Own Museum Piece On Large Urban Lot. Conveniently Located Between Downtown And The Med Center. Just Minutes From Museums, Trendy Restaurants And Cultural Institutions. This Will Be A True Masterpiece. Plans Can Be Modified To Meet You...
Upton Gray Properties, LLC
5104 Caroline St Unit 402, Houston, Texas - $1,610,000
Located In The Heart Of The Museum District, Just Steps From World-class Museums, Dining, Shopping, And Parks, The Mondrian Is A Modern 20-resident Mid-rise Built To The Highest Standard Of Quality And Sophistication. Luxury Details Abound; High C...
This Beautifully Maintained Home Is Located Within Blocks Of Museums, Parks, And Restaurants. It Boasts A Lush Easily Maintainable Gated Courtyard. Inside The Grand Foyer Opens To A Flowing Floor Plan Meant For Entertaining. Gorgeous Finishes Thro...
Located In Sought After Mandell Place, This New Construction Home Located Just Minutes Away From Downtown, Medical Center & Museum District Features 4-5 Bedrooms & 4 In A Half Baths W/a Beautiful Re-claimed Brick Exterior, Cast Stone Surround Entr...
Welcome Home To 1625 W. Main Street! This New Construction Home Located Inside The Loop, Just Minutes Away From Downtown, Medical Center & Museum District Features 3-4 Bedrooms & 3.5 Baths W/ A Beautiful Stucco & Wood Facade With Brick Detailing, ...
Montrose Bungalow Revival On Large Lot In A Superb Location In Mandell Place. The Only Original Feature About This 1930's Home Is It's Craftsman Porch Facade. Completely Rebuilt With New Materials From The Ground Up. The Incredible Period Details ...
The Museum District is a haven for the arts. In fact, this area of Houston, which features a small, one-and-a-half-mile radius, boasts no less than 19 museums, all of which are overseen by the Houston Museum District Association. Although the Museum District is well known for its cultural surroundings, many people also call the Museum District home. In fact, the Museum District is home to beautiful, historic homes, quaint bungalows and a variety of new construction, including patio homes, loft homes and gated communities.
Houston Museum District subdivision real estate is a blend of homes and countless cultural institutions. They include the Museum of Fine Arts Houston, The Contemporary Arts Museum, and the Children’s Museum of Houston. The wide Oak trees frame the Rice University entrance. They spread outwards to shade the nearby streets, creating a beautiful boulevard. Museum District is perfect for home buyers looking to live near notable art and cultural institutions. Subdivision homes for sale include both historic and recent constructions. They range from single-family bungalows, modern apartments, high-rise condos, townhomes and new garden homes. The neighborhood exhibits various landmarks such as the Warwick Towers and 1400 Hermann. New upscale condos include Oaks on Caroline, the Mosaic, and Museum Flats. Some streets choose to enforce strict deed restrictions while others prefer a harmonious blend of commercial, and residential properties.
Houston’s Museum District includes an impressive collection of not only museums, but of galleries, cultural centers and community organizations. The museums of the Museum District host millions of visitors each year. In fact, more than 7 million visitors attended the museums of the Museum District in 2011.
Other areas of interest in the Museum District include fine restaurants, quaint cafes and great shopping destinations.
Museum District Real Estate Listings
High-rise living in the Museum District is upscale and exclusive; with just some of the amenities found in these residences include resort-style swimming pools, fitness centers, valet parking, and gated and secure parking. Just some of the high-rise condominium buildings that are located in the Museum District include:
The Museum District enjoys a mix of residents, including young professionals, empty nesters and family of all sizes, thanks to its wide array of real estate in nearly every size and budget.
The Houston Museum District sudivision is a unique neighborhood. It's home to many of the city’s famous galleries and museums. Rice University, the Clayton Library, and Hermann Park are all within the Houston Museum District. The pedestrian-friendly streets overflow with historic artifacts, and magnificent masterpieces - evidence of the neighborhood's cultural background.
Some of the Museum District homes for sale in the area include vintage homes, luxury townhomes, and upscale condos. The increase in demand for housing in the district has triggered a rise in mid-high and high-rise condo development. The Museum District features a blend of established landmarks like the Warwick Towers and 1400 Hermann. Upscale condos such as Oaks on Caroline, the Mosaic and Museum Flats fulfill the housing desires for the city’s discerning home seekers. The condo amenities include valet and concierge services, reserved parking, and private balconies. Recently the area posted impressive property appreciation rates, thanks to the increasing demand and development.
The district’s central location is within the Inner Loop, between Downtown and the Medical Center. Other key districts are the Galleria and Upper Kirby/Greenway Plaza. Museum District is nestled between Montrose Boulevard/Main Street on the west, Highway 59 on the north, North MacGregor Way to the east, and Highway 288 to the south. At the heart of the neighborhood is the new light rail line which makes the transit to downtown Houston fast and simple. The Southwest freeways also give residents easy access to the Medical Center and connect with businesses in Midtown and Montrose.
Thanks to the MetroRail, Museum District is among Houston’s most accessible neighborhoods. Residents have easy and quick access to entertainment and retail options, art, culture and scientific centers.
Residents can sample a variety of outdoor entertainment options at Hermann Park. It features a golf course, the Houston Zoo, and the Houston Garden Center. There are also trails, playgrounds, picnic areas, and plenty of green space.
The Houston ISD serves the Museum District residents. It features several IB World Schools such as Poe Elementary School, Lanier Middle School, and Lamar High School.
The real estate market of Museum District can be tricky to navigate. Proximity to freeways and major roads with noise and parking issues can negatively affect home valuations. Additionally, some condo listings have poor resale values due to quality issues, high HOA rates, limitations in viewing and parking problems.
Entertainment and Recreation
Downtown offers residents plenty of shopping, entertainment and dining options to choose. The neighborhood is home to Hermann Park, the largest park in the city. It includes the Houston Zoo, the Houston Museum of Natural Science, the Burke Baker Planetarium and a public golf course. Houston Museum District has 19 museums which are the main attraction to tourists.
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Listing information last updated on July 17th, 2019 at 8:10am CDT.