Houston's Musuem Districtis an area defined by diverse housing options, diverse people with diverse occupations, and a tradition of growth and stability. Housing options include single family, duplexes, condos, hi-rises, townhomes and even garage apartments. Homes built in the 1920's up to the present are mixed together in this beautiful neighborhood. Craftsman bungalows sit beside contemporary homes and every style of architecture is evident in this area. Houston's Metro Rail runs up and down Main and Fannin Streets to give residents access to work and events in downtown Houston, the Texas Medical Center, Rice University and south to Reliant Park. But so much of what makes Houston a great place to live, is within walking distance of most of the Museum District. Hermann Park includes Miller Outdoor Theater, Golf Course, Houston Zoo and Houston Garden Center. Rice University has college sports, Adult Continuing Education, a Tuesday afternoon Farmer's Market, and many free music recitals and concerts at Shepherd School of Music. Sculptures and public art works are scattered throughout the neighborhood for all to enjoy. Picture yourself "home" in this vibrant neighborhood!
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