Historic Old Braeswood
One of Houston’s more historic neighborhoods, Old Braeswood was originally planned as a “country club district” in the late 1920’s. Developed at various times in the late 1930's through the 1950's, Old Braeswood is a Houston neighborhood of distinction. Each phase of the neighborhood reflects a unique architectural style which mirrors the era in which the neighborhood was developed.
The Convenient Location Old Braeswood
Boarded by South Main, North Braeswood, Kirby Drive, and Holcombe. The Texas Medical Center, Rice University, the Village, and the Astrodome complex, Old Braeswood offers its residents close proximity to all these Houston landmarks. Your children will attend some of Houston’s best schools. Of course, it goes without saying, the world's finest medical facilities are located at the nearby Texas Medical Center. Great amenities like outstanding museums, restaurants, and shopping areas make Old Braeswood one of the most convenient and desirable neighborhoods in the city of Houston.
Old Braeswood Public and Private Schools
Offering the very best in public and private schools in Houston, Old Braeswood neighborhood children are within an easy drive of Old Braeswood. Elementary children in the Old Braeswood neighborhood attend Roberts Elementary School, while middle school aged children attend Pershing Middle School. Older kids attend the prestigious Lamar High School.
Updated Braeswood Park
With over $100,000 raised to develop, maintain, and update the Braeswood Park, neighborhood families enjoy the renovated park which lies in the heart of Old Braeswood. Offering safety, fun and visual appeal, the most recent renovations include completion of the wrought iron fence surrounding the park, a new play space for younger children, swings, and picnic tables and benches. Park maintenance is paid for through contributions to the Old Braeswood Park Corporation which is a 501(c)(3) charitable organization.
Old Braeswood Real Estate
Because of the historical significance of Old Braeswood, deed restrictions governing setbacks, building materials, density of housing, use of property, and property improvements are in effect for the Old Braeswood subdivision. Like other established Houston neighborhoods, the tear-down phenomenon is occuring in Old Braeswood. When building any new construction, making additions or renovations, homeowners should submit all plans to the ARC. Contact The Zoller Group for details or an application.
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