Updated: Feb 2
Located in Southwest Houston of Downtown, Bellaire lies East of West University Place, but South of River Oaks and Memorial. While often considered as a part of Houston, Bellaire is actually its own city as the City of Bellaire provides this neighborhood’s public utilities such as schools and parks. The majority of the land in Bellaire is residential and perfect for anyone looking to build a home. The city has a population of just over 17,000, is lined with large oak trees, and filled with custom built homes. The neighborhood as a whole is known by Houstonians for its exceptional location, amazing schools, and small town charm.
Bellaire’s location is one reason many people choose to live or build a home in the neighborhood. Not only do residents have a quick commute to many of Houston’s business centers such as the Texas Medical Center, Houston Downtown, and the Uptown Area, but they also have easy access to many of Houston’s entertainment hotspots. This includes Rice Village for fine dinning and shopping, NRG Stadium for sporting events and the rodeo, the Houston Zoo for a fun excursion, the Galleria for an enjoyable trip with friends, and much, much more. Bellaire also offers a vast selection of dining locations from Jax Grill on Gaston Road to Broiler Burger on Bellaire Boulevard. And if you keep going down Bellaire Boulevard you will reach Houston’s Chinatown, which is the perfect place for anyone looking for a diverse selection of food. Bellaire’s location fits almost anyone’s needs and is one of the main reasons the neighborhood is in such high demand.
Homebuilding or moving to this neighborhood grants access to multiple parks such as Bellaire-Zindler Park, Feld Park, Russ Pitman Park. With 14 parks total in the city, more information about what each one has to offer can be found here (https://www.bellairetx.gov/737/Park-Information). All of these parks are family friendly and allow for sports such as tennis, baseball, a weekend hike, or a picnic with the family. In addition, many of the major streets in the city offer a biking lane, which allows greater outdoor activities. For those looking for something more organized, the Recreational Center is Bellaire is the perfect choice. The center offers both a fitness center and programs for various activities. Finally, Bellaire offers multiple aquatic centers and an aquatic membership grants access to all of these facilities. Anyone looking for sunshine when moving to a new neighborhood will not be disappointed by Bellaire.
Anyone looking to move their families into the Bellaire neighborhood will have no shortage of great schools to choose from. Homes get zoned to local public schools including Condit Elementary School, Pin Oak Middle School, and Bellaire High School depending on the home’s exact location. In addition, some of Houston’s best private schools, such as Episcopal High School and St. John’s School, are close to the homes in Bellaire. The schools in a neighborhood is one of the most important aspects of moving locations for families, and getting access to better schools is one of the main reasons many choose to move to Bellaire.
Bellaire offers its residents a everything from an amazing location to a vast amount of local amenities. This neighborhood provides CRV Home’s homebuilding clients with everything they are looking for. This amazing neighborhood combined with CRV Home’s custom homes allows people to piece together their perfect life.
Whether you are currently thinking about building a home in Bellaire or are interested in homebuilding in any one of Houston’s diverse neighborhoods, CRV Homes is there to help. Contact CRV Homes today and schedule your free Idea Session regarding home building in the City of Bellaire.