Audubon Hollow Homes for Sale - Houston, TX

Search all of the newest Audubon Hollow homes for sale & real estate in Houston, TX below! The subdivision of Audubon Hollow is a new gated community next to Briar Hollow Lane. This 3-acre development sits within a wooded hollow, with a bridge and manned entrance. A brick-paved drive curves across the bridge to park-like grounds revealing a tree-lined esplanade with a pavilion and fountain. Here are more reasons why this neighborhood’s listings are attractive to residents. For information about Audubon Hollow properties for sale in Houston, or to schedule a home showing, contact your Houston real estate experts today.

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Audubon Hollow Homes for Sale

Subdivision homes for sale include French traditional style single-family homes, and garden homes. The garden homes combine Acadian architecture, urban culture, country appeal, and all the convenience of modern living. You can buy a semi-custom luxury home which enables you to change the design of the home floor plans, finishes, and furnishings. Some of the amenities include large master suites, chef’s kitchens, open living spaces, game rooms, and elevators. Tucked within a wooded area the community’s security and exclusivity is maintained by a manned gate.

Central Location

The Audubon Hollow residential community is within the mixed use district of Briar Hollow south of Memorial Park and east of Loop 610. The location could not be any better for residents. It's in close proximity to River Oaks District which is 1.1 miles away and the charming Highland Village 1.3 miles away. Residents have access key business, retail and entertainment hot spots such as Greenway Plaza, the Galleria, and Downtown.

Retail and Entertainment

Audubon Hollow residents can access retail and entertainment establishments a short distance away. They include River Oaks District and Highland Village. Some of the best restaurants to eat out include Peska, Steak 48, Caracol, North Italia, Drexel House, and La Table. If you wish to enjoy home cooked meals, you can stock up on supplies at Whole Foods and Central Market a mile away.

Top Schools

The Houston ISD serves the residents of Audubon Homes with three IB World Schools. They are St. George’s Place, Lanier Middle School, and Lamar High School.

The Houston-based Butler Brothers Development spearheads the 3.2 acre Audubon Hollow project. Most of the home designs draw inspiration from Acadian and Creole architecture.