2022 Piney Point homes for sale & insider real estate guide

Opulence and luxury are staples in Piney Point real estate. Elegant mansions and vintage homes nestled within wooded lots make up most of the independent city.

Buying or selling a home in Piney Point Village can be intimidating. Like most Memorial Villages real estate, inventories are low and prices tend to start at around $1,000,000. Some properties sell at a higher premium than others. For help in navigating this challenging market, contact Paige Martin, one of Houston's Best Realtors and one of Piney Point Village's most active real estate agents.

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Table of Contents

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

Piney Point Home Sale Trends

Piney Point Real Estate Trends


Opulence and luxury are staples in Piney Point real estate. Elegant mansions and vintage homes nestled within wooded lots make up most of the independent city.

MOST EXPENSIVE REAL ESTATE: Some of Houston’s Most Expensive Real Estate is located in Piney Point Village, with prices starting at around $1,000,000. Vintage homes and luxury custom-built estates nestled within sprawling lots show off the city’s elegant affluence.

LARGE LOTS AND MATURE TREES: Piney Point Village (and nearby Hunters Creek) features much larger lots than other Houston-area neighborhoods of note, including River Oaks, West University Place, and Tanglewood. Lot sizes in the city range from half-acre to more than 160,000 square feet. Mature trees commonly adorn Piney Point real estate. The city’s Urban Forester and tree ordinance help maintain the area’s greenery.

THE MEMORIAL VILLAGES AND THE 77024 ZIP CODE: Nestled within 77024 (one of Forbes’ “America’s Most Expensive ZIP Codes”), the Memorial Villages is a group of upscale residential neighborhoods. Collectively, the Villages features some of the best performing real estate in Houston, based on Land Value Appreciation.

INDEPENDENT CITY: Deed-restricted and independent, Piney Point features a residential, country-living vibe. Incorporated in 1955, the city has an alderman form of government and shares police and fire departments with the other Villages.

EXCELLENT NEIGHBORHOOD SCHOOLS: Three National Blue Ribbon Schools (namely Memorial Drive Elementary, Spring Branch Middle School, and Memorial High School) serve the city. Schools in the Memorial Villages are among the most highly regarded in the Greater Houston area. The Kinkaid School, a prestigious prep school, is located within the city’s borders.

Buying or selling a home in Piney Point Village can be intimidating. Like most Memorial Villages real estate, inventories are low and prices tend to start at around $1,000,000. Some properties sell at a higher premium than others. For help in navigating this challenging market, contact Paige Martin, one of Houston’s Best Realtors and one of Piney Point Village’s most active real estate agents.


Piney Point Best Realtor Insights

Piney Point Village is a deed-restricted independent city, one-sixth of the affluent Memorial Villages. It features some of the most expensive real estate and most desirable addresses in the west Houston area.

Piney Point Home for Sale

Piney Point Maps, Location & Zip Code

Piney Point Map

Commute Time Piney Point
Downtown (min) 25
Med Ctr (min) 35
Energy Corridor (min) 20
Galleria (min) 20

Map of Piney Point

Highlights Piney Point
Amenities Piney Point is known to be the wealthiest village in Texas by average annual income. It's approximately 10 miles east of Downton Houston and boasts of the city's most elegant homes and stately manors.

In an upscale village with price points that never go below a million dollars, glamour and luxury are an understatement for Piney Point Village. With scenic grounds, long tree-lined driveways, and picturesque homes. It is one of the 6 independent city clusters under the Memorial Villages.

It is a deed-restricted neighborhood with a country living vibe in Harris County. It features large lots that range from half an acre up to 160,000 square feet. It has mature trees that are being protected by the city's Urban Forester and ordinance.

Piney Point Village has three National Blue Ribbon Schools zoned to their neighborhood with the most highly regarded schools in the Greater Houston area.
Golf Courses Nearby golf courses in Piney Point Village are the following:

- Houston Country Club
- Lakeside Country Club
- Royal Oaks Country Club
- Sharpstown Parke Golf Course
- Memorial Park Golf Course and Driving Range
Run / Bike Trails Run/ Bike/ Hike Trails for the outdoor enthusiasts in or nearby Piney Point Village are listed below:

- Terry Hershey Parl Hike and Bike Trail
- Memorial Park Hike and Bike Trailhead
- Spring Branch Trail
- Emnora Lane Hike and Bike Trail
- Bear Creek to Chatterton Trail
Nearby Retail / Dining Some of the notable commercial areas nearby:

- Island Grill Bunker Hill
- Sumer Grill
- Treebeards
- The Buffalo Grille
- Ember and Greens
- Liberty Kitchen and Oysterette
- Good Company BBQ
- Carrabba's
- Chipotle Mexican Grill
- Chuy's
- Nick's Place


- Luna Retail LLC
- Toyland Wholesale and Retail
- Cotsco
- The Retail Connection
- The Shops at Memorial City
- Westchase Shopping Center
- Hedwig village Shopping Center
- Echo Lane Shopping Center
- The Shops on Woodway


- Cinemark Memorial City
- Queensbury Theatre
- Studio Movie Grill
- Rooftop Cinema Club Uptown
- WIldfish Theatre
Major Employers Some of the major employers nearby:

- The Avera Companies
- Urban COmpanies
- Chevron
- AFGlobal
- Knoc Eagle Ford Corporation
- Veridian Tech
- The Diamond Digital Company

Piney Point Schools

Top Elementary Schools Great Schools Ranking
Memorial Drive Elem 9

Piney Point Village homes located north of the Buffalo Bayou are zoned to the Spring Branch Independent School District (SBISD). The small portion south of the Bayou is served by the Houston Independent School District (HISD).

Spring Branch ISD is known for its multi-award-winning schools, most of which have been awarded the National Blue Ribbon for Excellence. Headquartered in Piney Point Village, the SBISD received a "Met Standard" accountability rating from the Texas Education Agency (TEA).

Three schools are located within Piney Point Village, SBISD's Memorial Drive Elementary School, and two private schools, The Kinkaid School and the Saint Francis Episcopal Day School.

Elementary Schools

Middle Schools

High Schools

Piney Point Village Houston Private Schools

The following are some of the more notable private schools near Piney Point Village.

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

*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.

Piney Point Real Estate Market

Piney Point Village Maps and Location

Piney Point covers a 2.1-mile area east of Bunker Hill Village, south of Hedwig Village, and west of Hunters Creek Village. The Buffalo Bayou and Houston define the city's southern borders.

The city is located in the south-central part of the Memorial Villages, and like Hunters Creek, a small portion of it sits south of the Buffalo Bayou.

Piney Point is a largely residential area, though commercial establishments can be found along its borders. Retail centers, restaurants, and entertainment hubs within Memorial City and around the parkway are easily accessible from the neighborhood.

Thanks to the city's central location in west Houston, residents have relatively easy commutes to and from key Houston hubs. Four major roads -- Interstate 10 (Katy Freeway), Beltway 8 (Sam Houston Parkway), Westpark Tollway, and Loop 610 -- are within minutes of the neighborhood. Piney Point homes are a short drive away from the Galleria.

The Energy Corridor, with more than 20 million square feet of office space, is around 7 miles away from the city. Another major employment district, Westchase (with more than 1,500 businesses) is just a short drive away.

Piney Point Map

Piney Point Village Texas is under the 77024 zip code. The small portion of the city that sits south of the Buffalo Bayou is under the 77063. (View Houston zip code map.)

Map of Memorial Villages

Piney Point Village Real Estate Trends

Piney Point Real Estate Trends

Piney Point real estate has remained strong despite slight fluctuations.

Some homeowners in Piney Point Village are tearing down old ranch-style homes and replacing them with custom-built homes. Some properties with older homes are sold as lots, though most as-is properties still sell for over $1,000,000.

Newer construction homes in the area have contributed to the higher median sales but that isn't the sole factor.

Land price and average price per square foot have also increased and this can be attributed to increased demand and low inventory.

Significant increases in property prices have made Piney Point Village one of the most expensive suburbs in Texas.

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

For updated information regarding Piney Point Village real estate pricing and trend analysis, please contact Paige Martin at

Piney Point Village Single-Family Home Sale Trends

Piney Point Home Sale

Piney Point Village is known for its vintage estates nestled within the sprawling, wooded grounds. In recent years, newer custom-built manors have replaced some of the city's older ranch-style homes.

Luxury features are the standard: impressive master's bedrooms, walk-in closets, air-conditioned wine rooms, multi-car garages, porte cochères, pools, high ceilings, expansive grounds, and summer kitchens, among others. Most have generous setbacks, circular drives, and well-maintained front yards.

Wooded grounds are also a staple in most Piney Point real estate. Lots are bigger, measuring between half-acre to more than 70,000 square feet. Bigger properties feature lot sizes of more than 160,000 square feet.

Some floor plans can include as many as 8 bedrooms, 8 baths, and 2 half baths. Living space can range from 4,000 to more than 12,000 square feet.

Several factors affect pricing, especially the age of the home, the size of the lot, and the property's location. Older, smaller single-family homes can sell for just under $1,500,000, while new construction custom-built homes can go for as much as $6,000,000.

Piney Point Village Townhomes Sale Trends

There aren't any townhomes within Piney Point Village. This is due primarily to the city's deed restrictions. Townhomes, however, are available in surrounding areas in Houston and south of the Buffalo Bayou.

Piney Point Village Condo Sale Trends

Piney Point Village Condo Sale

There are no mid-rise or high-rise condominiums in Piney Point Village. There are, however, some condos in the Memorial Area:

To see other condos within the Inner Loop, see Inner Loop Houston Condos. To see more condos within and near the Memorial area, please see Memorial Houston Condos.

Piney Point Village TX History

In 1824, John D. Taylor (a member of Stephen F. Austin's Old Three Hundred) received a league (about 4,605 acres) and a labor of land. Taylor's league centered on "pine point," an area on the southernmost turn of the Buffalo Bayou. He settled in the area and called his house Piney Point.

By 1885, Piney Point was a station on the Texas Western Railroad. A number of German farmers had also settled in the general vicinity.

During Houston's suburban boom in the 1950s and 60s, development in the area started in earnest. Several upper-middle-class subdivisions were developed along the Buffalo Bayou.

During this period, Piney Point -- along with Hedwig, Hunters Creek, Bunker Hill, Spring Valley, and Hilshire -- were thriving communities, ripe for Houston's annexation. The six villages filed petitions for incorporation to prevent annexation and to preserve residential zoning.

Piney Point Village was incorporated in 1955 with an alderman form of government, with its own mayor and five city council members.

As a part of the Memorial Villages, Piney Point jointly operates the Memorial Villages Police Department with Hunters Creek and Bunker Hill. The Village Fire Department and the Memorial Villages Water Authority serve the Memorial Villages.

Like the other Villages, the city still has deed restrictions and building ordinances that preserve the area's serene country-living atmosphere. Commercial establishments of any kind are not allowed within the city's borders.

The city is known for its efforts in preserving its wooded areas as well. Piney Point has a village arborist to help residents care for their trees.

Today, the City of Piney Point Village is one of the wealthiest places in the state of Texas by per capita income.

Fun Things To Do Near Piney Point Village

Piney Point Village has deed restrictions in place barring all kinds of commercial establishments within its borders. There are, however, plenty of shopping centers, retail centers, cafes, entertainment hubs, and restaurants in nearby areas like Memorial City and just inside Beltway 8.

The Memorial City Mall is mere minutes away from Piney Point. A large shopping mall located along the I-10, Memorial City Mall has been serving Piney Point and surrounding neighborhoods since it opened its door in 1962. Anchor stores in this mall include Macy's, JCPenney, Sears, Target, and Dillard's.

Another retail hotspot, the CityCentre is a short drive from the city. Located on the corner where the I-10 and Beltway 8 meet, it is an upscale, pedestrian-friendly mall that features a number of restaurants.

Piney Point Village is also highly accessible to several members-only country clubs, including Lakeside Country Club and the Houston Country Club.

The Houston Racquet Club is located in neighboring Hunters Creek Village. Along with tennis facilities, the club also has the Courtside Cafe and The Grill which cater to its members. The club also fosters a relationship with the Westwood Golf Club, which has an 18-hole course with several practice facilities.

A public 18-hole golf course, the Memorial Park Golf Course, is easily accessible from the neighborhood via the I-10. It has a course rating of 73 and a slope rating of 122.

Houston's cultural, entertainment, and retail hotspots -- the Museum District, Downtown Houston, and The Galleria -- are also within easy reach.

Fun Things in Piney Point

Here are some of Piney Point Village Texas must-visit places:




Country Clubs and Golf Courses


Map of Piney Point

Piney Point Village Houston Realtor -- Paige Martin

As featured on Fox News in the Morning, Houston Business Journal and Houston Magazine, Paige Martin, a consistent Top Producing Broker-Associate and head of the Houston Properties Team, is ranked as one of the top residential real estate agents in the world.





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