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With over two decades of residential real estate experience, BETH WOLFF GMAC Real Estate knows neighborhoods. Here are some of Houston's best:  
River Oaks
Established in the 1920's, Houston's first suburb is home to many of Houston's business and social leaders. This elegant area is only minutes from Downtown, Greenway Plaza and the Galleria.

Named as one of the country's five best suburbs, this 50-year-old premier tree-lined residential area boasts beautiful homes and stunning high-rise condominiums.

TanglewoodNamed as one of the country's five best suburbs, this 50-year-old premier tree-lined residential area boasts beautiful homes and stunning high-rise condominiums.

West University, Museum District, Medical Center
A prime location for a variety of homeowners, who enjoy the proximity to world-class museums and medical facilities as well as the eclectic group of stores and restaurants in The Village shopping center.

An independent municipality just south of the Galleria, Bellaire has enjoyed an exciting resurgence in the last decade with stunning new architecture complimenting charming 1940's cottages. Truly an in-town, small town.

Memorial and the Villages
Home to Houstonians who enjoy the feel of the country and appreciate the easy access to the city's business centers. Large lots, lush foliage and a superior school system make for family living at its best.

West Houston
Known as the "Energy Corridor," this fast-growing corporate area offers homes in every size and price range. Master-planned communities are fulfilling the needs and desires of families of all ages.

Museum District - Houston’s Cultural Mecca

As the name implies, the Museum District is located in Houston’s cultural center.The area’s nationally-recognized and diverse museums include The Museum of Fine Arts, Contemporary Arts Museum, Museum of Natural History, Holocaust Museum as well as a Children’s and a Medical Museum.In addition, the Museum District boasts the Miller Outdoor Theater, the Houston Zoo and the Burke Baker Planetarium.

Available real estate and prices are as diverse as the museums; quiet residential streets with impressive historic homes co-exist beautifully with bungalows and duplexes. A surge of new construction includes New York-style lofts, patio and townhomes, gated garden homes and revamping of classic estates. Several noted Museum District high-rise residences are popular with "empty nesters" and young professionals.

Adding to the inner-city ambience are an eclectic blend of restaurants, while The West Gray Shopping Center offers residents a choice of boutiques, movie theaters, coffee houses and designer ice cream shops.

The Museum District is home to artists, Rice University professors, physicians who practice at the adjoining Texas Medical Center and business people who enjoy easy access to Downtown and the Galleria. Excellent public and private schools serve the neighborhood.Located within The Museum District are also several houses of worship.

A blend of tradition, convenience and urban lifestyle, Houston’s Museum District remains a cultural mecca for its residents.

Bellaire - The City Within a City

Established in 1911, Bellaire is a small, incorporated city in the heart of the Houston metropolis. Known as the "City of Homes," Bellaire features a wide range of home styles from small two-bedroom bungalows priced under $100,000 to estate-style homes selling for up to a million dollars.

When W.W. Baldwin bought 9,700 acres of the DeMoss Ranch in 1909, little did he think that this pastoral area would grow to become a booming residential area. Bellaire was incorporated as a city in 1918 and the following year boasted 25 homes. The growth continued; Bellaire adopted zoning ordinances in 1939 and the boom exploded; by 1960 there were over 6,000 homes.

Two decades later, the increased desire for close-in living inspired builders and developers to replace Bellaire’s small bungalows with two-story homes large enough to accommodate growing families and at-home entertaining lifestyles. The city’s strong zoning requirements and deed restrictions serve to maintain the Bellaire tradition of quality.

Today, Bellaire offers excellent schools including one of the nation’s top institutions, Bellaire High School.Lush parks, a variety of recreational opportunities and excellent libraries add to the sense of community.Houston’s Loop 610, adjacent to Bellaire, provides immediate access to the city’s freeway system.

Newcomers and native Houstonians alike appreciate the amenities of this delightful city within a city.
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