Charming Inner Loop Neighborhood with Small-Town Feel
For those who are looking for a home in an Inner Loop neighborhood, the community of Bellaire is highly appealing. The small town sits within the Houston real estate market, yet maintains the charm that has characterized it since the early 1900s. If you’re looking to escape the hustle and bustle of Houston, consider Bellaire.
Bellaire is a small town in the big city. The city is surrounded by Houston and is even a part of the Houston Independent school district. Yet, Bellaire retains its quaint small town atmosphere. Residents like to brag about the hamburgers at Bellaire Broiler Burger and meet for dinner at Jax Grill’s where they see all their friends. The city has a few tall buildings near the freeways but for the most part Bellaire is composed of one and two story buildings. Family businesses have operated here for generations. Large chains stores are noticeably absent from this area.
What Makes Bellaire Special
Bellaire is known throughout the Houston community for its excellent high school. Students at Bellaire High School excel both academically and athletically. Parents who move to Bellaire can be confident in the education their students will receive in the community schools, and can often avoid the costs of private education.
But that’s not all that makes this Inner Loop neighborhood special. Residents rave about the hamburgers at Bellaire Broiler Burger or the ability they have to hang out with neighbors at Jax Grill. A lack of a skyline helps Bellaire stand out from the big city of Houston, and residents love the small-town feel. It’s often been called the “small town in the big city.” Because of the lack of commercial development in Bellaire’s past, large chain stores are uncommon. People are able to shop among stores owned by their neighbors, and hard work pays off in this community.
Bellaire Real Estate
Bellaire has an interesting mix of older homes and a few newer subdivisions. The older homes include the original homes built in Bellaire, which are small three-bedroom units, as well as spacious properties in larger subdivisions like Carroll and Braeburn Country Club Estates. Most homes in Bellaire were built in the post-World-War-II years.
If you are interested in finding your dream home in Bellaire, contact inner loop realtor Bill Edge. With his help, you can purchase a home in this close-knit, quiet community, and still enjoy the close proximity to Houston that has made Bellaire so popular.
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