East End Houston neighborhoods offer easy access to Houston's Downtown, as well as its sprawling Museum District, Medical Center, and more. Infused with rich culture and diversity, the East End lies near an expansive array of parks, sports venues, bike trails, light rail, and restaurants. East End Houston homes for sale can be found in the following neighborhoods:
Eastwood homes for sale feature a diverse array of architectures, including Foursquare, Craftsman, Mission and Foursquare. The neighborhood is infused with history and was one of the city's earliest master-planned communities. In addition to being within close proximity to Downtown, Toyota Center, Minute Maid Park, Medical Center, Eastwood also offers quick access to the city's fine arts district, major sports venues, hospitals and a bustling nightlife.
Considered to be a collection of neighborhoods, the Lawndale/Wayside area is at once diverse and quiet. Replete with green spaces in the form of the Houston Country Club and Forest Park Cemetery, Lawndale/Wayside provides easy access to I-45.
EaDo homes for sale allows homeowners to enjoy a new property in a neighborhood just a few blocks from Downtown. Brimming with new bars/brewerie, sports, and restaurants, the EaDo's name is an affectionate moniker for the East Downtown area.
With the Eastwood Transit Center located in the Broadmoor neighborhood, residents have easy access to areas such as Downtown, the Medical Center and more. Comprised of 1930's bungalows, Broadmoor is quiet yet still close to everything.
Idylwood was included in a list of "The Five Most Underrated Neighborhoods in Houston" put together by the Houston Press. Idylwood homes for sale provide easy access to Spurlock Park as well as one of the few areas of rolling hills in the city.
Situated on the River Oaks Country Club grounds, Houston Country Club Estates offers well-landscaped grounds and expansive lots. Due to its location within the Inner Loop, this neighborhood also provides residents with quick access to amenities such as the city's business hub, as well as the Medical Center, Museum District and Downtown area.
The quiet neighborhood of Forest Hill is dominated by deep lots, expansive parks and curving, hardwood-shaded streets. Affordable and often hidden due to its understated presence, Forest Hill also offers excellent access to I-45.
The Mason Park neighborhood provides residents with nearly instant access to an extensive array of green spaces. Situated near Buffalo Bayou, Mason Park homes are located within close proximity to a plethora of recreational opportunities.
Offering easy access to other areas of Houston via the METRORail or bus systems, Pecan Park is situated about six miles south of Downtown near Interstate 610. About 30 individual subdivisions are contained within Pecan Park with average lot sizes of about 5,000 square feet.