Montrose is a neighborhood of diversity in architecture, housing options, people, occupations, businesses, in every way. It has long been an area focused on art and creative endeavers. But the proximity to downtown Houston, the Museum District and the Texas Medical Center, has made it a highly convenient and desirable place to live. This is one of Houston's oldest neighborhoods with a rich history. All types of properties can be found in Montrose, new and old, hi-rises, condos, single-family, town homes, and charming garage apartments. Options for shopping and dining include the historical River Oaks Shopping Center, the new Whole Foods on Waugh Dr., shops along Westheimer (lots of antiques!), and art galleries scattered along Montrose Blvd. and throughout the neighborhood. In 2009 Montrose was honored to be named by the American Planning Association as one of the country's 10 great neighborhoods. Picture yourself home in this wonderful community!
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