2022 Meyerland homes for sale & insider real estate guide

Meyerland is nestled just outside Loop 610. It covers a 6,000-acre area south of Bellaire and west of Braeswood Place. The neighborhood is made up of several sections. Each section has its own set of deed restrictions.

Meyerland real estate has remained popular due to its:

Buying or selling a home in Meyerland can be tricky due to the neighborhood’s recent flooding (BE VERY CAREFUL ABOUT BUYING FLOODED HOMES or homes on flooded streets). In addition, buyers want to be careful about school zoning (all homes are zoned to Bellaire High, but elementary and middle schools may vary) or buying on main thoroughfares (which can hurt resale values). Deed restrictions can also be challenging.

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Table of Contents

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

Meyerland Home Sale Trends

Meyerland Real Estate Trends

Nestled just outside Loop 610, Meyerland offers easy access to urban conveniences. Work, entertainment, dining, and shopping are at hand in this neighborhood.

Meyerland gained its popularity, thanks to its:

Meyerland is a deed-restricted neighborhood. It is primarily a residential community with single-family homes.

Meyerland Best Realtor Insights

Meyerland, a deed-restricted neighborhood, sits south of the city of Bellaire. It is popular for its great real estate appreciation, great schools, and easy accessibility.

Meyerland Maps, Location & Zip Code

Meyerland Map

Commute Time Meyerland
Downtown (min) 20
Med Ctr (min) 20
Energy Corridor (min) 30
Galleria (min) 15

Map of Meyerland

Highlights Meyerland
Amenities Since the 1950s, the Meyerland Plaza serves as the neighborhood’s major retail center. Plenty of dining and entertainment options are also available within Meyerland.
Golf Courses There are no golf courses in Meyerland. But, there are several nearby:

- BraeBurn Country Club
- Westwood Country Club
- Timber Creek Golf Club
- Wildcat Golf Club
- Hermann Park Gold Course
Run / Bike Trails - Evergreen Park
- Evelyn's Park
- Paseo Park
- Bellaire Zindler Park
- Gail Reeves Park
- Brays Bayou
- Meyerland Neighborhood Park
- Godwin Park
Nearby Retail / Dining Dining
- La Fogata
- Apple Teriyaki Express
- Peru Gourmet Restaurant
- La Fresca
- El Rancheri
- Hu's Garden
- The Catch: S Post Oak
- Juicy Crawfish
- Escalante's
- Lost Tios

- Meyerland Plaza
- K&G Fashion Superstore
- Walmart
- Kroger

- NRG Stadium
Major Employers - S&B Engineers and Constructors
- Baker Hughes IPS
- Marine Well Containment Company
- Prime Operating Co
- Liquid Technologies

Meyerland Schools

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Meyerland 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.

HISD features several International Baccalaureate (IB) World schools, including Bellaire High School. Pin Oak Middle School, a National Blue Ribbon School, serves parts of the Meyerland neighborhood.

Students in the area may attend the following public schools:

Elementary Schools

Middle Schools

High Schools

Meyerland Houston Private Schools

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

To find an updated listing of all Meyerland 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.

Meyerland Real Estate Market

Meyerland Maps And Location

Located in southwest Houston, Meyerland is a 9-square-mile neighborhood. The mostly-residential community is bisected by the Brays Bayou and is subdivided into different sections, each with its own set of deed restrictions.

Sections 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, and 10 all sit north of the Brays Bayou while sections 7, 8N, 8W, and 8S are south of the bayou.

Meyerland has Gulfton and the city of Bellaire to the north, Linkwood/Woodside to the east, Brays Oaks and Sharpstown to the west.

The neighborhood is located along Loop 610 and is minutes away from Beltway 8 and Southwest Freeway. Key Houston hubs like the Galleria, Medical Center, Museum District, and Downtown are all easily accessible to and from Meyerland.

Uptown Houston, also known as the Galleria area, is about 3 miles north of Meyerland homes. The district is home to more than 5 million square feet of retail space and 23 million square feet of office space. More than 2,000 companies (with 50,000+ employees) have operations in the district.

For retail, homes in the neighborhood are a few blocks away from the Meyerland Plaza Shopping Center.

Meyerland Map

Meyerland Houston is under the 77096 Harris County zip code. (View Houston zip code map.)

Meyerland Real Estate Trends

Meyerland Real Estate Trends

Meyerland real estate has posted impressive growth in the past decade, with the median sales price at around $400,000. The neighborhood is among the best in Houston in terms of real estate appreciation.

Architectural styles like French, Contemporary/Modern, and Ranch are available in the neighborhood, though a vast majority of homes are done in Traditional and Mid-Century Modern styles.

Older properties in Meyerland are typically updated and beautifully maintained, all in accordance with the neighborhood’s various deed restrictions.

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

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

Meyerland Single-Family Home Sale Trends

Meyerland Single-Family Home

Due to the neighborhood’s deed restrictions, single-family homes are Meyerland’s main housing attraction.

On average, Meyerland single-family homes feature a 3/2 floorplan, with sizes ranging from 1,200 to more than 6,000 square feet. Location, age, and condition of the home influence pricing, and Meyerland homes for sale can sell for $200,000 to more than $1,300,000.

Meyerland homes are a popular choice for families due to the neighborhood’s friendly, small-town vibe as well as its great schools. As such, homes in the area tend to sell fairly quickly – the median days on market is 15 days, with some homes not getting listed at all.

Meyerland Townhomes Sale Trends

Meyerland Townhomes Sale Trends

Though single-family homes are the more popular housing option, there are some townhomes available in the neighborhood.

Meyerland townhomes for sale vary in age, size, floorplans, and location, and these can be major factors in pricing. Townhomes are generally smaller than single-family homes, with sizes ranging from 700 to 3,000 square feet.

Meyerland Condo Sale Trends

There are no mid-and high-rise condominiums in Meyerland, primarily due to the neighborhood’s deed restrictions. Some units are available in the surrounding areas, however, including Briarglen and The Willowick.

Listed below are just some of the high-rise condo buildings near Meyerland.


Museum District

To see other condos within the Inner Loop, see Inner Loop Houston Condos. To see condos within the nearby Galleria/Uptown District area, see all Galleria/Uptown District Area Houston Condos.

Meyerland Houston History

Meyerland’s history is writ large upon the community’s name. Three generations of the Meyer family played integral roles in both the development of the neighborhood and its eventual growth.

In the 1890s, Joseph Meyer started buying land southwest of Houston. He accumulated 6,000 acres of former rice fields and the vast acreage was divided up among his sons upon his death. George Meyer decided to develop his 1,200 acres share of the estate, the area now known as Meyerland.

One of Houston’s first master-planned neighborhoods, Meyerland’s development was done in stages, with each section assigned a number and a set of deed restrictions.

The neighborhood’s history is also apparent in its homes, specifically their architectural style. Traditional and ranch-style homes are common throughout Meyerland, though a specific style from the 50s – one called Mid-Century Modern – gives the area a distinct flavor.

Many still seek out that specific look, and though some of Meyerland’s homes have been updated, owners tend to renovate in keeping with the style.

Fun Things To Do Near Meyerland

Meyerland’s proximity to Loop 610 gives it excellent access to Houston’s cultural, entertainment, and retail centers like the Museum District, Downtown Houston, and the Galleria.

The Meyerland Plaza Shopping Center is nestled within the community. Since opening its doors back in 1957, it has offered a slew of dining and retail options. Its anchor stores include J. C. Penney, Target, Marshalls, Old Navy, and Best Buy, among others.

There are plenty of kid-friendly parks near and within Meyerland that offer facilities for indoor and outdoor sports, and other recreational activities. Apart from the Meyerland Neighborhood Park located at 5151 Jason, Godwin Park is also a popular choice amongst residents. Within the park’s oak-shaded area is the Godwin Community Center, equipped with an outdoor pavilion, baseball and soccer fields, playgrounds, and a covered basketball court.

Godwin Park also serves as the venue for Meyerland’s Annual Afternoon in the Park Festival where residents can enjoy a day of family fun and good food with friends and neighbors.

Running through the center of the neighborhood, Brays Bayou is another popular spot. It offers trails for joggers, walkers, and bikers.

The Evelyn Rubenstein Jewish Community Center of Houston, fondly called the J by locals, offers Meyerland residents of all ages a wide array of activities ranging from gymnastics, kids’ day camps, tennis, fitness, and arts and culture activities, among others. An annual Jewish Book and Arts Fair, an event that features films, concerts, a family day, and Q&A sessions with prominent and rising authors, is also held at the J.

The Meyer Neighborhood Library is operated by the Houston Public Library and serves the Meyerland Community.

Here are some of the best places to visit in and around Meyerland:


Retail Centers




Map of Meyerland

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