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If you are looking for a neighborhood that combines the charm of 1950s homes and the minimalist style of newly customized properties, the Tanglewood neighborhood in Houston is a must see!
Those who have a taste for beautiful ranch style homes first built as far as back as the 1950s or 1960s will not be disappointed with Tanglewood. Due to the comfort, safety, and convenience offered by Tanglewood, it has been recognized by the National Association of Home Builders as one of the best subdivisions in America.
Location of the Tanglewood Neighborhood
Tanglewood can be found just outside of the 610 Loop, in the Uptown Houston areas.
It is located near Sage, Chimney Rock, Woodway, Houston Country Club, and San Felipe. The Tanglewood Homes Association currently manages the entire neighborhood.
What makes Tanglewood an ideal place to settle in is that it offers seclusion, while it is still located near shopping districts, restaurants, hospitals, and police stations.
Tanglewood lots are often filled with trees, and many of the homes offered for sale are both large and well-appointed. The neighborhood is considered to be one of the most wooded areas all over Houston, especially with its large home lots and the golf course at the Houston Country Club.
Finding one-story homes in Tanglewood can be challenging, as many of the one-story properties have been knocked down to give way to deluxe mansions.
Former US president George H. Bush was once a resident of Tanglewood. The Houston Country Club is also located in Tanglewood, making the neighborhood a favorite of business executives and Houston celebrities.
Real estate offerings in Tanglewood
Many of the homes found in Tanglewood reflect affluent living, having been built on large, tree-filled lots.
Tanglewood is best known for its well-planned development, with three oak trees planted on every corner in the neighborhood. Each lot in Tanglewood also has two oak trees planted within its perimeter.
The cheapest properties in the neighborhood cost $400,000. Some properties, however, can easily cost up to $950,000 to more than $6,900,000. In 2009, the average sale price per square foot is at $400, up from $200 per square foot in 2004.