Located in the northwest corner of Houston’s Inner Loop, Timbergrove and Lazybrook are two adjoining neighborhoods that provide a great combination of the urban and suburban. Built in the late 1950s to early 1960s, these deed restricted communities provide a welcome departure from the urban density and congestion of Montrose, the Washington Corridor, and other inner loop neighborhoods. Most of the homes are 1 story properties that stretch out over suburban sized lots. Lots range in size from 6500 to over 10000 square feet. Many of the mid-century homes in the neighborhood have been updated with modern amenities and floor plans. However, you'll also find a fixer upper or even some recent or new construction if that's more your style.
Despite the suburban feel of the neighborhoods, Timbergrove and Lazybrook are really close to the city. With that close proximity, comes all of the things that you would expect from a big city living. From great boutiques, as found in the 19th street shopping district to great restaurants like Lilo and Ella or Crisp, there is plenty to keep you hip and well fed in these great neighborhoods.
Of all of the areas in Houston, this is the one that Norhill Realty have the most experienced. In fact, a couple of our Realtors actually call Timbergrove home.Read More ▾
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