This an opportunity to make a Phase Two pre-construction purchase on your dream home. Our unique craftsman style homes are situated in a fantastic location with easy access to Downtown, I-45 / I-59 & I-10. Our homes are built with pride and all feature comfortable back yards, beautiful hand laid solid Oak Hardwood flooring, premium Granite / Silestone surfaces & Samsung chef grade kitchen appliances.
Come experience the quality and take a tour of our furnished model home at 5439 Holguin Hollow Street Friday through Sunday, Noon till 5:00 PM.
Contact Ray Javaherian to schedule an appointment to review specs and floor plans. Ray Javaherian: (281) 224-7636 Informes en Español: (713) 598-8546 Email: Ray@areHouston.com
Please reference 5365 Lawndale for GPS map instructions. See you soon!
Our super Sales Agent, Ray Javaherian, offers some great information about East End Revitalized, the area Oaks Of Lawndale is in. Here are 4 maps for those who aren’t familiar with the Houston/Harris County area, showing both East End Revitalized, the Houston area including Loop 610 and further out to Sam Houston Tollway, followed by two maps of the development. The final map shows most of the streets in Oaks Of Lawndale, our new gated development.
Have questions about homes for sale at Oaks Of Lawndale? Contact: Ray Javaherian: (281) 224-7636 Informes en Español: (713) 598-8546 Email: Ray@areHouston.com
5 bedrooms and 4 full baths with over 2,232 square feet of comfortable, modern living space.
Oaks Of Lawndale is located just minutes from Downtown, BBVA Compass Stadium, Minute Maid Park, University of Houston, and Light Rail Access. Close to Gus Wortham Park Golf (golf course and driving range are now open to the public: https://www.guswortham.org ).
Stop by and see the beautiful new construction and tour our beautiful model homes.
Open Friday through Sunday | Noon till 5 PM.
Please reference 5365 Lawndale, Houston, Texas, for GPS map instructions.
The University of Houston Digital Library is a true treasure of “throw back” history for Houston and the Gulf Coast Area (just to begin!).
Here are two Houston TBT photos. First, a map of of the area:
“A reproduction of a map created by Gail Borden, who was commissioned by the Allen brothers to produce a map of the city. The “Original Plan of Houston” shows a city hugging Buffalo Bayou with space reserved for a courthouse, churches, and schools.”
“An imaginative painting by an unknown artist in the 1920s or 1930s, depicting a futuristic view of Houston in 1980.”