Cherryhurst Real Estate Guide

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Cherryhurst Real Estate Guide

Cherryhurst is a deed-restricted community consisting of about 130 single-family homes. It is located in the Montrose and Midtown area. Cherryhurst features an enclave of lovely homes set in wooded lots and tree-lined streets. It is also nearby business hubs, key areas, and recreation sites.

Cherryhurst real estate is famous for its:

Cherryhurst real estate can be challenging to navigate. The prices of homes vary and range from $500,000 up to more than $1.3 million. The size and location of Cherryhurst homes are some factors that affect the price. Sought-after homes are located near roads and are close to many popular key Houston areas. These demand higher prices.

To get personal advice on buying or selling in the Cherryhurst area, contact Paige Martin, one of Houston's best realtors and one of the top-ranked Realtors in the United States.

“Shannon Poindexter is a joy to work with. She’s organized, thoughtful and informed. She knows her market well and has tremendous respect within her community. You can count on Shannon to go above and beyond to take care of her clients and I would definitely recommend working with her if you’re looking in the Houston area!” - Afton Hominick (Google Review)

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Cherryhurst Homes For Sale

$499,000
2 Beds, 2 Baths
2708 Ridgewood Street
$789,900
2 Beds, 1 Bath
1621 California Street
$1,425,000
4 Beds, 3 Baths
2106 Dryden Road
$7,499,000
6 Beds, 8 Baths
11002 Greenbay Street
$376,000
3 Beds, 2 Baths
13227 Moorlands Hills Drive
$509,900
4 Beds, 3 Baths
18738 Fairmont Springs Court

Cherryhurst Homes For Rent

$2,890
2 Beds, 1 Bath
2403 Yupon Street

Table of Contents

  1. Cherryhurst Home Sale Trends
  2. Cherryhurst Best Realtor Insights
  3. Cherryhurst Maps, Location & Zip Code
  4. Cherryhurst Schools
  5. Cherryhurst Real Estate Market

Cherryhurst Home Sale Trends

Cherryhurst Real Estate Trends

Cherryhurst is a historic neighborhood located in the Montrose and Midtown areas. It is a deed-restricted subdivision with tree-lined streets and Victorian-style homes.

Cherryhurst real estate is famous for its:

Aside from that, the neighborhood is served by highly-rated schools from Houston ISD.


Cherryhurst Best Realtor Insights

Cherryhurst is a deed-restricted, tree-lined neighborhood located within the Inner Loop.


Cherryhurst Maps, Location & Zip Code

Cherryhurst Map

Commute Time Cherryhurst
Downtown (min) 10
Med Ctr (min) 10
Energy Corridor (min) 20
Galleria (min) 10

Map of Cherryhurst

Highlights Cherryhurst
Amenities Cherryhurst is around several parks and green spaces.

These parks offer playgrounds, picnic areas, and walking trails for residents to enjoy.

It is also located near the Museum District, which is home to several museums and cultural institutions.

The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, and the Menil Collection are just a few minutes from the area.
Golf Courses - Hermann Park Golf Course
- Memorial Park Golf Course and Driving Range
- River Oaks Country Club
Run / Bike Trails - Cherryhurst Park
- Avondale Promenade Park
- West Webster Street Park
- Luna's Park
- Mandell Park
- Midtown Park
- Buffalo Bayou Park Trail
- Marvin Taylor Exercise Trail
Nearby Retail / Dining Shopping:

- River Oaks Shopping Center
- Alabama Shepherd Shopping Center
- Shepherd Square
- The Shops At Memorial Heights
- Shops at Arrive River Oaks
- Montrose Collective

Groceries:

- Randalls
- Whole Foods Market
- Midtown Food Store
- H-E-B
- Trader Joe's

Dining:

- Barnaby's Cafe
- The Pit Room
- The Burger Joint
- Sorrento
- Velvet Taco
- Piola
- Aladdin Mediterranean Cuisine
- Brennan's of Houston
- Niko Niko's
- Hugo's

Entertainment:

- Numbers
- Club 2.0
- The Flat
- The Patio At The Pit Room
- Rudyard's
Major Employers - Shell
- ExxonMobil
- Chevron
- NRG Energy
- JP Morgan Chase & Co.
- Deloitte
- Texas Medical Center

Cherryhurst Schools

Top Middle Schools Great Schools Ranking
Lanier Middle 9

Cherryhurst is zoned to the Houston Independent School District (HISD).

HISD is the largest public school system in the state and the 7th largest in the whole country. The district features plenty of National Blue Ribbon and Honor Roll schools, as well as IB World schools.

Lanier Middle School and Lamar High School are among the top-rated schools serving the subdivision.

Students in the Cherryhurst area may attend the following public schools:


Elementary School



Middle School



High Schools


To find an updated listing of all Cherryhurst real estate zoned to any specific public school, please email Paige Martin at [email protected] with the property preference and budget that you're working with.

Note: For more detailed information on specific schools zoned to different Cherryhurst areas, please refer to our Houston Schools Guide OR email me.

Note: School zoning tends to change from year to year. The information provided above is accurate but not guaranteed. Please double-check by visiting the school's website.


Cherryhurst Real Estate Market

Cherryhurst Single-Family Home Sale Trends


The Cherryhurst neighborhood is made up of more than 130 single-family homes. Several of these homes are quite historic and date all the way back to the early 20th century.

Victorian and craftsman-style architecture is most common in Cherryhurst single-family homes. Although there are plenty of vintage homes in the area, there are also new or updated homes. Several of these follow contemporary/modern architecture.

Old and vintage homes in Cherryhurst have wood floors, brick walls, and high ceilings. The newer homes in the area adopted a more modern design.

Cherryhurst single-family homes have large spaces, with an average size of 2,000 square feet. Most houses also come with wooded lots that are around 5,000 square feet.

Not only are they huge, but most Cherryhurst homes are two-story or three-story. That is why some single-family homes for sale in the neighborhood are equipped with an elevator. Each home also has 2- to 3- bedroom floorplans.

The prices for single-family homes in Cherryhurst range from $500,000 to over $1,300,000.


Cherryhurst Townhomes Sale Trends


There are a few townhomes available in Cherryhurst. The townhomes in the area are often located in small, gated communities and may feature amenities such as private patios or yards.

Since Cherryhurst is a historic neighborhood, some of its townhomes have unique architectural styles.

Prices for Cherryhurst Townhouses range from around $280,000 to over $600,000.


Cherryhurst Condo Sale Trends


There are no mid- or high-rise Cherryhurst condos for sale, but plenty of units are available in the surrounding areas.

Several condo buildings are located in the nearby Montrose area, including:

To see other condos within the Inner Loop, see Inner Loop Houston Condos. To see condos within the nearby Galleria area, see Galleria Houston Condos. To see other condos within Downtown Houston, see Downtown Condos. To see condos within Museum District, see Museum District Condos.

The Houston Properties Team are expert in Cherryhurst real estate. Please contact us if you'd like to see Houston condos or learn more about buildings that could be a fit for you.


Cherryhurst TX History


Cherryhurst has a rich history that dates back to the early 20th century. The area was originally developed in the 1910s and 1920s as an upper-middle-class suburb for Houston's burgeoning population.

The neighborhood was designed with wide streets and large lots to accommodate the grand homes being built at the time. These homes were designed in various architectural styles, including Victorian, Craftsman, and Mediterranean Revival.

This diversity of styles gives Cherryhurst a unique and charming character. Many of the houses in the area were designed by well-known architects.

In the 1960s and 1970s, the community began to decline as residents moved to the suburbs. However, in the 1980s, the area began to experience a resurgence as young professionals and artists moved into Cherryhurst. They were drawn by the neighborhood's historic architecture and proximity to the city center.

Today, Cherryhurst is considered one of Houston's popular subdivisions. Its tree-lined streets and historic homes add to its charm. Cherryhurst is also home to several parks and green spaces, as well as a variety of shops, restaurants, and bars.


Fun Things To Do Near Cherryhurst


With its proximity to the city center, there's always something fun to do in Cherryhurst. Some popular activities include visiting museums and art galleries, dining at delicious restaurants, and shopping at unique stores.

The neighborhood is also home to beautiful parks and green spaces, making it a great place for outdoor activities.

Here are some of the best places in or around Cherryhurst:

Golf Courses
Shopping
Groceries
Dining
Run/Bike/Hike Trails
Entertainment:

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