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Lindale Park Houston Real Estate Guide

Based on 15 neighborhood factors, Lindale Park has the potential to offer some of the best growth over the next decade.

Lindale Park is a neighborhood of approximately 1,200 homesites located 3 miles north of Downtown Houston. I believe it could turn into the next Houston Heights, thanks to:

  • SMALL TOWN VIBE: One of Houston’s older neighborhoods, Lindale Park is a quiet community with a small town atmosphere. Its streets are lined with mature oaks, vintage cottages and traditional-style bungalows. Deed restrictions have ensured that minimum lot sizes and minimum building lines are kept uniform.
  • ACTIVE CIVIC ASSOCIATION: The Lindale Park Civic Association is instrumental in enforcing the neighborhood’s deed restrictions, maintaining common areas, and preserving the community’s look and feel.

Buying or selling a home in Lindale Park can be tricky due to several factors, including proximity to main roads and freeways (which can hurt resale values), MetroRail access (you want to be close to but not too close), deed restrictions (there are pro’s and con’s to this, depending on your goals), and home quality issues. The neighborhood is still gentrifying so certain blocks sell for a premium / discount.

For help in navigating this exciting market, contact Paige Martin, one of Houston’s Best Realtors and one of Lindale Park’s most active real estate agents.

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12 Things Lindale Park Real Estate Buyers Should Know

Nestled just south of Loop 610, Lindale Park is a relatively small neighborhood east of the Historic Heights.

  • The METRORail Red Line’s Lindale Park Station is located along Fulton Street. With the METRORail just blocks from their homes, residents have convenient access to key districts like downtown Houston and the Texas Medical Center.
  • One of Houston’s older neighborhoods, Lindale Park is a quiet community with a small town vibe. Its streets are lined with mature oaks, vintage cottages, and traditional-style bungalows.
  • The neighborhood’s deed restrictions only allow for one single-family home per lot. Minimum lot size is at around 5,000 square feet. Minimum building lines (or set backs) are also kept uniform.
  • The Lindale Park Civic Association is responsible for enforcing deed restrictions, maintaining common areas, and preserving the neighborhood’s look and feel.
  • The neighborhood is nestled in the area south of Loop 610, east of Interstate 45, and west of Interstate 69. Some of the area’s main arteries go through Lindale Park, including Fulton Street, Cavalcade Street, and Irvington Boulevard.
  • Lindale Park homes typically sit on mid- to large-sized lots (by Houston standards). Lot areas can range from 5,000 to more than 10,000 square feet.
  • W. Roy Reid developed Lindale Park in 1937, beside what was then Lindale Park community golf course. The golf course was later closed and used for more homesites.
  • Lindale Park homes are zoned to the Houston ISD. Jefferson Elementary, Marshall Middle School, and Northside High School (formerly Jefferson High) all serve the neighborhood.
  • Home sizes typically range from 1,000 to around 2,500 square feet.
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  • Most Lindale Park homes date back to the 1940s and 1950s. Floor plans and designs vary from ranch-style homes, brick bungalows, and traditional-style cottages.
  • Some of the most expensive Lindale Park homes are new construction. These are often two-story homes with modern/contemporary designs and 4/3 floor plans.
  • Lindale Park homes for sale can start at around $130,000. Newer and bigger properties can fetch price tags of over $500,000.

Lindale Park Maps and Location

Lindale Park is located in Northside, north of Northside Village and east of the Houston Heights. The neighborhood is located around 3 miles north of downtown Houston.

It is nestled in the area east of Interstate 45, south of Loop 610, and west of Interstate 69. Neighborhod boundaries are Loop 610, Fulton Street, Moody Street and Robertson Street. A relatively small neighborhood, Lindale Park is made up of around 1,200 single-family homes. Despite the neighborhood’s proximity to Houston’s bustling business district, the neighborhood has maintained its quiet, small town atmosphere – due partly to its active civic association and deed restrictions.

Lindale Park has a METRORail Red Line station along Fulton, connecting north to Northline and south to downtown, Midtown, Museum District, and the Medical Center.

The neighborhood is mostly residential, though there are plenty of parks, retail stores, bars, and restaurants in the surrounding areas like the Heights, Northside Village, and Rice Military. More options are available downtown, which is only a short drive/commute away.

The Museum District, with its collection of science and art museums, are also along the Red Line.

Lindale Park real estate have a 77009 zip code. (View Houston zip code map.)

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Lindale Park Houston Schools

Lindale Park homes are zoned to the Houston Independent School District (HISD).

Established in the 1920s, Houston ISD is the largest school district in the state (with 283 schools). The Texas Education Agency (TEA) gave the district a “Met Standard” rating in 2016. HISD features several International Baccalaureate (IB) World schools.

Students in the area may attend the following public schools:

Elementary Schools

  • Jefferson Elementary School at 5000 Sharman St. Thomas Jefferson Elementary is located east of Lindale Park. It is a Vanguard Neighborhood school with a gifted and talented (G/T) program. Special education programs are also offered, including Preschoolers Achieving Learning Skills (PALS) and Skills for Learning and Living (formerly known as Lifeskills).

Middle Schools

  • Marshall Middle School at 1115 Noble St. Founded in 1914 at North End Junior High School, Marshall Middle Academy of Fine Arts is a magnet school. It is located in Northside Village and features a great fine arts program (which includes band, choir, dance, guitar, mariachi, piano, orchestra, theatre, and visual arts).

High Schools

  • Northside High School at 1101 Quitman St. Formerly Jefferson Davis High School, Northside High School features a hotel and restaurant management magnet program.

Lindale Park Houston Private Schools

The following are some of the more notable private schools near Lindale Park.

  • Bayou Village School at 3701 Hardy St.
  • Lutheran High North at 1130 W 34th St.
  • Victory Prep School at 2903 Jensen Dr.
  • Incarnate Word Academy at 609 Crawford St.
  • Our Lady of Guadalupe School at 2405 Navigation Blvd.
  • The New School in the Heights at 403 Heights Blvd.
  • Houston Outdoor Learning Academy at 2731 Houston Ave.

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

*Note: School zoning tends to change from year to year, information provided above are accurate but not guaranteed. Please double check by visiting the school’s website.

Lindale Park Real Estate Trends

Lindale Park real estate posted steady appreciation in the last 10 years. The median sales price of homes in the neighborhood has been over $200,000 since 2013, peaking at around $275,000 in 2015.

Factors that contributed to this rise include: the completion of the METRORail Red Line (which brought additional mobility to and from business and employment centers in downtown and the Medical Center); highly competitive housing markets in close-in neighborhoods (especially in the Heights and the Garden Oaks/Oak Forest areas); and rising demand for homes close to downtown.

(Data sourced from the Houston Association of Realtors Multiple Listing Service and is deemed reliable but not guaranteed.)

For updated information regarding Lindale Park real estate pricing and trend analysis, please contact Paige Martin at [email protected].

Lindale Park Single-Family Home Sale Trends

Lindale Park is made up of around 1,200 single-family homes. The neighborhood is deed-restricted, with designations for minimum lot sizes and setbacks.

The neighborhood is known for its bungalows and vintage cottages, though there are also some two-story homes in the area. Most Lindale Park homes date back to the 1940s and 1950s. Some properties have been updated, though others will require some renovation.

Architectural styles vary – ranch-style homes and traditional cottages are common in the area. New construction Lindale Park homes tend to lean more toward modern and contemporary designs. Most of the area’s old homes are of brick, wood, or brick-veneer construction.

On average, a home will feature 3 bedrooms with 1 full bath. Bigger properties can offer as many as 4 to 5 bedrooms (with 3 full baths). Living spaces vary and are typically between 1,000 to around 2,700 square feet.

Lot sizes are mid- to large-sized (by Houston standards), ranging from 5,000 to more than 10,000 square feet.

Prices for Lindale Park homes for sale can start at $130,000. Newer properties can fetch price tags of more than $500,000.

Lindale Park Houston Townhomes Sale Trends

Lindale Park’s deed restrictions effectively discourage the construction of townhomes in the neighborhood. Only one single-family dwelling is allowed per homesite, with the minimum lot size at around 5,000 square feet.

There are, however, plenty of options nearby. Northside Village (Near Northside), East Downtown (EaDo), and the Heights all feature townhomes – some within upscale gated communities.

Pricing for these townhome properties can range from $300,000 to $600,000.

Lindale Park Condo Sale Trends

There are no Lindale Park condos for sale, though there are a few midrise condos in Greater Heights. For more options, homebuyers may check out downtown’s many lofts and luxury highrise condos. Midtown and the Museum District also have a number of condos available – all within minutes of the METRORail.

Nearby condo buildings include:

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

Lindale Park TX History

Lindale Park was founded in 1937, under developer W. Roy Reid. The neighborhood was built beside the Lindale Place community golf course, and also boasted of a community lake/swimming pool nearby. Later, the golf course was closed in favor of more homes.

The Reids built their own house in Lindale Park.

Architectural styles in the neighborhood underwent a shift, specifically post-WWII. Before the war, the neighborhood was mostly cottages with exterior brickwork and detailed archways. Other features distinct to homes in the neighborhood include peaked roofs.

Post-WWII saw the entry of ranch-style homes in the community.

Some time in the 1970s, Lindale Park’s original deed restrictions lapsed. Some years later in the 1980s, resident-volunteers worked toward re-implementing the neighborhood’s deed restrictions. Other community improvements (water system upgrades, street resurfacing, street lighting, and overall beautification) was also made through the efforts of the Lindale Park Civic Club.

Today, most of Lindale Park’s original homes from the 1940s and 1950s still stand. Vintage bungalows, traditional style cottages, and ranch-style homes are common in the area.

Fun Things To Do Near Lindale Park Houston

Lindale Park is mostly residential, though there are some restaurants, retail stores and other commercial establishments just outside the neighborhood. There are a few along Cavalcade, Fulton, and Irvington.

For outdoor activities, residents can take a short walk to Irvington Park (on 1000 W Cavalcade St.), an open air park with a baseball field. Moody Park is farther south on 3725 Fulton Street.

More options are available in downtown and the Museum District – both a short drive or commute away from Lindale Park. The Heights, just across I-45, also has several retail, dining, and nightlife options available.

Here are some must-visit places in Lindale Park Houston:


  • Bocca Deli
  • Govinda’s Vegetarian Restaurant Cuisine
  • Speedy Burger
  • Asia Market Thai Restaurant
  • Red Ox Bar & Grill
  • Taqueria Abasolo
  • Teotihuacan Mexican Cafe
  • Luv Me Tenders
  • Gorditas Aguascalientes
  • El Taconazo Taco Truck

Retail and Entertainment

  • Northline Commons
  • Houston Center
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  • The Raven Tower
  • Walters Downtown
  • Le Bistro Houston
  • Red Ox Bar & Grill
  • Foundation Room
  • Canard
  • Rick’s Den
  • Dirt Bar
  • Axelrad
  • Rose Garden


  • Fiesta Mart
  • Jensen Supermarket
  • Gerardo’s Drive-In
  • Sprouts Farmers Market
  • Walmart Supercenter
  • Phoenicia Specialty Foods


  • Irvington Park
  • Moody Park
  • Montie Beach Park
  • Woodland Park
  • Hogg Park
  • White Oak Park

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