Chateau Ten Sunset
Featuring 10 exclusive residences, the 5-story Chateau Ten Sunset is a luxury condo nestled in the southern part of Boulevards Oaks and about a mile north of Rice University.
Chateau Ten is Randall Davis’ second “Chateau Ten” condo project (these are all mid-rise buildings with similar floor plans and footprints.)
The building’s residents enjoy:
Buying a condo in Chateau Ten Sunset can be tricky. It’s a new building so there are no historical sales trends (like you can find from some of Houston’s top performing luxury condos).
Following are the amenities currently offered at Chateau Ten Sunset and what the HOA fee covers:
Featuring ten residences across five stories, Chateau Ten Sunset residents enjoy a large living space with private elevators, and 3-bedroom floor plans. The building’s monthly HOA fee is $0.18 per square foot, one of Houston’s lowest condo maintenance fees.
See how the HOA fees at Chateau Ten Sunset compares with other Houston condos:
Completed in 2014, Chateau Ten Sunset is one of Boulevard Oaks’ new luxury midrise buildings. The condo has limited sales trends but last year, all 10 units were reportedly sold with prices between $800,000 and $1,400,000.
One of Houston’s premier Inner Loop neighborhoods, Boulevard Oaks real estate have continued to show strong appreciation rates over the past 10 years. The average median price per square foot in Boulevard Oaks has consistently posted increases since 2009.
Due to high demand, there is a low turnover of homes in Boulevard Oaks. More than 24% of residents have been living in the neighborhood for more than 5 years.
(Data sourced from the Houston Association of Realtors Multiple Listing Service and is deemed reliable but not guaranteed.)
For more information on available Chateau Ten Sunset condos, please contact Paige Martin at 713-384-5177 or email Paige@HoustonProperties.com
Chateau Ten Sunset is a new luxury midrise within Inner Loop’s premier neighborhood, Boulevard Oaks.
Chateau Ten Sunset’s pet policies aren’t in place yet. Below are the the various pet policies of other Houston luxury highrises :
The neighborhood’s central Inner Loop location gives residents easy access to several main roads. Boulevard Oaks is bordered by the Southwest Freeway to the north, Morningside to the west, Bissonnet to the south, and Graustark/Parkway to the east.
MetroRail’s Memorial Hermann Station is about a mile away from the building. There are also buses plying Shepherd Drive, Bissonnet Street, and Rice Boulevard.
Residents also enjoy several cultural and retail centers nearby. Nearby retail centers include Plaza in the Park, Braes Heights Shopping Center, and Rice Village. Just few blocks from the building, Hermann Park houses outdoor activity centers and cultural institutions like the Hermann Park Golf Course, the Miller Outdoor Theatre, the Houston Zoo, and the Houston Garden Center.
Chateau Ten Sunset is located at 1742 Sunset Blvd within the Boulevard Oaks neighborhood. Housing 21 subdivisions, Boulevard Oaks lies south of Montrose, west of the Museum District and the Texas Medical Center, east of Upper Kirby, and north of Rice University.
One of Houston’s cultural centers, the Museum District is less than two miles away from Chateau Ten Sunset. The district is home to 19 cultural institutions including the Houston Zoo, the Houston Museum of Natural Science, the Houston Garden Center, and the Children’s Museum.
Hermann Park, a 445-acre public park, is also within a few minutes from the building. The park features an 18-hole golf course, playgrounds, pavilions, and other attractions.
About 2 miles south of Chateau Ten Sunset, the Texas Medical Center is the largest healthcare and medical research facility in the country. Featuring more than 50 hospitals, clinics, schools, and research institutions, the Medical Center is also one of Houston’s major job centers with over 100,000 employees.
Downtown, located 5 miles northwest of the building, is Houston’s central business district with more than 3,500 business and 150,000 workers.
Boulevard Oaks has 77006 and 77098 zip codes.
Chateau Ten Sunset Condo residents can send their children to the following schools:
Poe Elementary School at 5100 Hazard St. Edgar Allan Poe Elementary School is a fine arts magnet school that aims to develop creative thinkers and performers in the arts. Apart from its magnet program, Poe also offers the International Baccalaureate Primary Years Programme (IB PYP). It has a GreatSchools.org rating of 8/10.
Lanier Middle School at 2600 Woodhead St. Bob Lanier Middle School (formerly Sidney Lanier) features a neighborhood non-magnet program as well as a Vanguard/IB Middle Years Programme (IB MYP) program. The school received a Texas Gold Performance Award based on language arts, math, reading, science, social studies, and writing in 2011.
Lamar High School at 3325 Westheimer Rd. Lamar High School is known for its great Athletics program. It has one of the oldest lacrosse programs in the state and their football team, the Lamar Texans, is one of the highest-ranking teams within the Greater Houston area. The school’s academics programs are equally impressive. Lamar features neighborhood (non-magnet), business magnet, IB Diploma, and Advanced Placement programs.
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