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8 homes sold in Museum Park in the month of March, 3 of which were detached homes and 5 that were either condos or townhomes. Overall, this is slightly down from the 12 total homes that were sold in March of 2010.
There are 108 properties currently on the market, 37 detached homes and 71 townhomes/condos. In March, 22 of the 115 listings were new listings and 9 sellers reduced their price.
The current median home price in Museum Park is $258,450, down from $288,000 this time last year. Median home prices for townhomes/condos took the biggest hit, falling 17% from this time last year. Detached homes actually rose 11% from March 2010 to March 2011.
Intexure development at 1815 Southmore Boulevard
Museum Park Houston is one of Houston’s most culturally rich communities in the city. Home to 13 Museums, Hermann Park, and Rice University, this neighborhood offers walk-ability to many of Houston’s most prized treasures. Uniquely situated between Downtown Houston and the Texas Medical Center, two of the largest business districts in the state of Texas. Both of these districts are connected to Museum Park by Houston’s light rail system. Museum Park has many recently constructed luxury single family homes, townhomes, and high rise condominiums. The neighborhood is also home to the highest concentration of modern residential development in all of Houston. Norhill Realty is proud to call this vibrant neighborhood our home.