Residents of Neartown/Montrose are never short of fun activities within walking or biking distance, not the least of which is the Museum District where residents can find themselves constantly learning and expanding their cultural knowledge. Montrose residents can also find a wide variety of homes to suit their lifestyle. Having been founded in 1911, Montrose offers everything including quaint bungalows with yards, recently renovated homes, colorful townhomes nestled together, and high-rises such as the new Carter, and Hanover multi-family developments. The Montrose neighborhood is the place to be for art, culture, coffee, restaurants, parks, and so much more. Montrose has so much variety to offer, it can’t help but attract a diverse and eclectic demographic. People from all walks of life and families of every size can be found in Montrose learning and playing together. With 6 of Houston’s 10 historical districts, renowned restaurants like Hugo’s, El Real, and Underbelly, and St. Thomas University that hosts many cultural events such as the Annual Greek and Italian festivals and a Farmer’s Market, Montrose residents are always near popular destinations with vibrant histories. To learn more about this vibrant and eclectic community visit

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