Tag: Sunset Heights

By Jan Clark

What Comes After Up-and-Coming: Sunset Heights Edition

I’ve lived in the “Central North” area of Houston for quite a few years now and I’ve seen it go through many changes. Loosely composed of the Greater Heights, Lazybrook, Timbergrove, Oak Forest, and Garden Oaks, this area has gone from sleepy, shaded, and serene to just another Houston hot spot. The Heights in particular…

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By Eric Turner

5 Reasons Sunset Heights is a Foodie Paradise 365 Days a Year

With our home and, more importantly, our heart in the Heights, we naturally love everything about this area. One of our favorite pockets of the Heights though is Sunset Heights, the northern portion of the Greater Heights area. I, personally, can’t get enough of Sunset Heights, and am so proud to share everything there is to love! The neighborhood,…

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By Eric Turner

4 Exciting Things on the Horizon in Sunset Heights

With our home and, more importantly, our heart in the Heights, we naturally love everything about this area. One of our favorite pockets of the Heights though is Sunset Heights, the northern portion of the Greater Heights area. I, personally, can’t get enough of Sunset Heights, and am so proud to have the opportunity to present some of its…

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By Eric Turner

6 Reasons To Set Your Sights on Sunset Heights

With our home and, more importantly, our heart in the Heights, we naturally love everything about this area. One of our favorite pockets of the Heights though is Sunset Heights, the northern portion of the Greater Heights area. I, personally, can’t get enough of Sunset Heights, and am so proud to have the opportunity to present some of its…

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By Boulevard Realty

Homes that make us happy: Traditional Styles

This post is part of a series called Homes That Make Us Happy We recently came across a thought-provoking article by Jacoba Urist called The Psychological Cost of Boring Buildings. The article explains how scientific evidence shows that living and working in or around architecturally interesting buildings and varied, vibrant urban settings (read: no zoning) can lead…

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