Savvy buyers, seeking the convenience of an Inner Loop balanced have quietly been discovering Shady Acres. Houston’s most northwestern Inner Loop neighborhood is seeing home values increase as Buyers fan out from the neighboring Houston Heights and Timbergrove. Here’s some highlights of this great Houston Neighborhood.
There are plenty of places to eat and drink in Shady Acres. Recent additions like Hughie’s, Crisp, and Cedar Creek have made the neighborhood much more walkable in recent years. Best of hamburger alum HubCap Grill and the best Philly Cheese steak in Houston at Pappa Geno’s, give Shady Acres some high quality street cred. And chef driven concepts like Southern Goods and Bernandine’s, provide a touch of class to the area.
When local residents get outdoors, they usually hit the hike and bike trail. The White Oak Bayou Hike and Bike Trail meanders through the neighborhood and provides the perfect opportunity to get out and sweat.
For the most part, Shady acres is dominated by multi-unit townhome communities and low maintenance patio homes. Most of these units were built within the past 5 to 10 years with a lot of new construction still coming online. There is a nice mix of both 3 story and 2 story units with some outdoor yard space available.
|Average Sales Price||Number of Properties on Market||Median Days on Market|
|$394,403||120 Properties||30 days|