Glendower Court Homes for Sale
Search all of the newest Glendower Court homes for sale & real estate in Houston, TX below! The premier neighborhood of Glendower Court is nestled between River Oaks and Avalon subdivisions. Developed in the 1920s, this was one of the first subdivisions west of downtown. It's also a pioneer of the streetcar line from Fairview to Shepherd Drive. For information about Glendower Court properties for sale in Houston, or to schedule a home showing, contact your Houston real estate experts today.
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Originally a neighborhood of simple homes, most of Glendower Court'ss subdivision homes for sale have posted great appreciation rates in recent times. The original plans had platted for 141 home sites. Most of the initial lots have since been re-platted to allow construction of zero-lot line luxury patio homes. The subdivision has undergone considerable redevelopment and restoration. This has led to various homes featuring in architectural and landscape articles.
Meaningful development in the Fairview esplanade took place following the completion of the streets. Today it’s under irrigation and is professionally maintained. It also serves as a front yard for many homes. John Watson and Donald Ross did the initial landscape consultation within this subdivision real estate listing. They were famous for planning the River Oaks Country Club golf course.
This subdivision neighborhood is geographically ideal and within reach of important social amenities. They include:
- The local bus service
- Public and private schools - Three IB schools serve this area
- Fine restaurants - Along Westheimer Road is a variety of dining, retail, and nightlife options
- Shopping - Shepherd Square, River Oaks, and upscale grocers are a few minutes’ drive away
Avalon Place, Westheimer Road, Kingston Drive and Westgate Drive surround it. Besides, its strategic location is within reach of downtown, the Galleria, and Texas Medical Center.
Association Glendower Court Property Owners Association (GCPOA) has played a major role in the subdivision’s redevelopment. In 2001, it restored all streetlights with ones suitable with the adjacent neighborhood. Later in 2004, the association adopted new deed restrictions. The compulsory changes include only single family home buildings, compulsory architectural review and annual association fees.
The deed restrictions can make buying or selling property in Glendower Court a challenge. There’s also the issue of proximity to busy roads. The neighborhood’s limited real estate property listings add to a prospective home buyer’s dilemma.