1338 Rosalie Street Houston, TX 77004
$285,001 - $325,000

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Contemporary town home located in the heart of Midtown walking distance to multiple parks, coffee shops and popular Houston eateries. Centrally located, it is just minutes from Elizabeth Baldwin community Park, the new Glover dog park and so much more. Situated on the corner of Rosalie and Elgin street, the home boasts a fully fenced front and side yard, a patio and ample green space for pets. The interiors are urban chic with lofty ceilings, black wrought iron rail detail, an open concept layout and an array of windows throughout. Gleaming hardwoods, vaulted ceilings, bright kitchen with breakfast bar, one bedroom down with ensuite and patio access and an oversized master retreat with dual closets. Wonderful location with easy access to major freeways, incredibly walkable and close proximity to Downtown, the Medical Center and Museum District.
Sold Price Range:
$285,001 - $325,000
Market Area:
Midtown - Houston
Square Feet:
1,780
Sq Ft Source:
Appraisal District
Lot Size:
2,228
Lot Size Source:
Appraisal District
Stories:
3
Year Built:
2000
Year Built Source:
Appraisal District
Garage Spaces:
2
Parking Description:
Additional Parking,Auto Garage Door Opener

Location

Subdivision:
Midtown Lofts Sec 01
Legal Subdivision:
Midtown Lofts
Zip Code Extension:
2844
State:
TX
County:
Harris

Schools

Elementary:
GREGORY-LINCOLN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
Middle:
GREGORY-LINCOLN MIDDLE SCHOOL
High:
LAMAR HIGH SCHOOL (HOUSTON)
District:
Houston
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Midtown

Location is Midtown’s chief asset. Midtown refers to neighborhoods of homes and businesses south and west of downtown, east of Montrose Boulevard, and north of Interstate 59, directly between Downtown and the Texas Medical Center. Midtown is also home to one of the area’s most historic neighborhood – the old Fourth Ward, also known as Freedmen’s Town.

In 1994, Midtown became a Tax Increment Finance District (TIFC), opening the area to renovation and development. Revitalization in Midtown has involved reviving the original residential nature of the area with both new construction homes and the preservation and restoration of historical homes. The ultimate goal by planners is convenient, quality housing, vertically integrated with appropriate retail and commercial support facilities.

Midtown’s population is diverse, and includes long-time residents, young professionals, empty nesters, students, and academics. There are five colleges and universities near Midtown. Lifestyle choices range from loft-style and more traditional residential condominium buildings, townhomes, apartments, patio homes, and restored historic single-family homes, with townhomes increasingly predominant. Many of the more recent developments have been designed to accommodate and encourage pedestrian activities, and the extended light rail system links Midtown with downtown, the Medical Center and the Astrodome complex.

The Midtown Redevelopment Authority works to make Midtown a place where life space and economic space come together. Their objective has been to create a new kind of community that attracts and unites all income levels and ethnic groups and celebrates the diversity of Houstonians in an urban environment.
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