Braes Heights

Welcome to Braes Heights

A quiet residential neighborhood with great parks and a peaceful ambiance
 

Braes Heights is a subdivision of the greater Braeswood Place neighborhood in Harris County, Texas. The community comprises many families and professionals, attracted by the quiet atmosphere and tranquil ambiance. Properties are up-to-date and well-maintained, with many homes possessing a chic, mid-century modern architectural style that adds to the scenic design of the area.

While the neighborhood is primarily residential, Braes Heights still hosts a lovely selection of destinations for residents and visitors to enjoy. There are plenty of lush parks to unwind in, making the community a top choice for nature enthusiasts. It also has a convenient location with proximity to downtown Houston, which can be reached in only 15 minutes. As an ideal community for those who value privacy and relaxation, Braes Heights is a superb place to call home.

What to Love

  • Beautiful parks and outdoor spaces
  • A close-knit community with a friendly atmosphere
  • Trendy restaurants and delicious eateries 
  • A great location with proximity to commercial districts

Local Lifestyle

Life in Braes Heights is peaceful and laid-back. Most of the community leads an active lifestyle, spending ample time in the great outdoors at the plethora of lush parks and recreational facilities available. The quality of life is high across the neighborhood. It possesses a serene vibe that offers residents a sense of refuge away from the hustle and bustle of central commercial districts. 

Dining, Entertainment & Shopping

Braes Heights has a lovely selection of vibrant establishments for residents to enjoy with family and friends. There’s a great restaurant scene in the area with an array of ambiances to suit any group. Many locals like to begin their day with a tasty treat from Three Brothers Bakery. When lunchtime rolls around, Sarpino’s Pizzeria is a great place to grab a bite, and Captain Benny’s is a hotspot for incredible seafood. There’s also a selection of international cuisines, such as Asahi Sushi for Japanese and Dimassi’s for the Mediterranean. Many residents also enjoy venturing outside the neighborhood to nearby Southside Place, where loads of trendy restaurants like Dish Society and Palace Social can be found. 
 
Regarding shopping, there’s a good variety of stores in the Braes Heights area from which to choose. There’s a selection of specialty stores, such as Barnes & Noble for books, larger department stores for general items, and home improvement. The neighborhood also has several supermarkets and pharmacies for grocery and convenience items. For most retail needs, many residents take advantage of the close distance to commercial districts that Braes Heights offers by visiting major shopping centers. The biggest mall in Texas, The Galleria, lies just 10 minutes outside the neighborhood and hosts an extraordinary directory of stores and lots of places to dine

Things to Do

Residents of Braes Heights have a charming selection of things to do in the neighborhood. The parks in the community provide perfect settings to spend an afternoon in, all of which offer picnic areas, playground equipment, and athletic facilities to enjoy. Linkwood Park and Karl Young Park are popular destinations, and nearby Lafayette Park attracts many visitors. For those looking to embark on a scenic hike or bike ride, Brays Bayou Hike and Bike Trail stretches across miles and offers an excellent way to experience Houston through a natural landscape. Locals also adore the high-end facilities available at the YMCA

Schools

Residents of Braes Heights have a blend of public and private schools from which to choose. Students attend the Houston Independent School District, a highly-ranking district throughout the state widely recognized for its unwavering commitment to academic achievement. 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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