About River Oaks Homes & Neighborhood:
Home to grand estates and beautiful mansions, River Oaks is the Bayou City’s most expensive and wealthiest neighborhood.
EXCELLENT LOCATION: Centrally located, the neighborhood has key Houston hotspots like the Galleria, Downtown Houston, and the Texas Medical Center nearby.
GREAT HOME OPTIONS: Spanning a 1,100-acre area south of the Buffalo Bayou, River Oaks offers a mix of grand mansions, traditional homes from the 1920s and 30s, luxury condos, and townhomes in gated communities.
HIGH ACCESSIBILITY: Main roads like Westheimer Road, Kirby Drive, and San Felipe Street line the neighborhood.
NEAR RETAIL AND ENTERTAINMENT: Retail and entertainment venues, including River Oaks Shopping Center, Highland Village, and the Galleria, are minutes away from River Oaks homes.
STRONG REAL ESTATE MARKET: River Oaks real estate continue to post strong appreciation rates.
River Oaks homes for sale have a median sales price of over $1,500,000. Homes in the area typically offer sprawling lots, multi-car garages, swimming pools, and luxury finishes, among other features.
Things to do in River Oaks & Places to Shop:
THE RIVER OAKS DISTRICT:
Designer boutiques and shops for men and women paired with fine-dining restaurants, cafes and entertainment. High-Fashion Luxury Shopping in Houston; places like: Dolce & Gabbana, Diptyque, De Boulle Diamond & Jewelry, Chopard, Etro…., just to name a few.
Akris: The Swiss fashion designer was called “the most successful label you’ve never heard of” by The Financial Times, and specializes in attire for women execs.
Brunello Cucinelli outfits men and women and is best known for its luxurious Italian cashmere
Canali: Founded in 1934, Canali is an Italian third-generation family-owned company specializing in men’s suits.
Housed in the former home of Houston philanthropist Ima Hogg (aka “The First Lady of Texas”), this picturesque garden and art collection is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
Things to do in River Oaks in The Evening & Weekend:
Located in the River Oaks Shopping Center, this cool-looking art deco theater was built in 1939. Hit the grand showroom for the best lineup of independent films and foreign language cinema in town, plus special events like monthly midnight viewings of The Rocky Horror Picture Show.
After killing it with a pack of successful restaurants in Atlanta, Houston native Chef Ford Fry returned home to open up this modern stunner. Chef Bobby Matos helms the kitchen, complete with a massive wood-fired hearth, and pumps out a globally-inspired menu with local flair.
The neighborhood’s hottest feature is brand spanking new and full of luxury boutiques, a burgeoning lineup of restaurants and an awesome full service movie theater. Shop ‘til you drop at upmarket stores like Intermixx, Stella McCartney and Dior. Stop for a bite to eat at the Parisian-inspired Toulouse Café and Wine Bar and look out for openings including Mexican-Asian Kitchen SumoMaya, high-class steakhouse Steak 48, and Dallas cosmopolitan comfort spot The Porch. Finish the night at iPic, where you can catch a blockbuster in the comfort of a cozy pod complete with reclining seats, free popcorn and a blanket. Oh, and a ninja-like server that will quietly bring you filet mignon sliders alongside stellar selection of craft cocktails, beer and wine.
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