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Courtland Place Historic District

Courtlandt Place, established as an exclusive neighborhood in 1906, is a gated, one-block long, tree-lined boulevard that has been home to some of Houston’s most prominent families. Courtlandt Place’s gracious mansions were designed in the popular architectural styles of the period – Georgian, Colonial, and Tudor Revival, as well as Mediterranean and Prairie styles. All eighteen original homes, built between 1907 and 1937, are still standing, giving the street a unique early 20th century character. Courtlandt Place is the city’s first historic district, designated in 1996, and is also listed in the National Register of Historic Places.. For more information about City of Houston historic districts and landmarks, please go to: See more detail.
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Recently Sold Homes in Courtland Place Historic District

8 Courtlandt, Houston, TX, 77006
Single Family
$1,888,001 - $2,176,000
Bed: 3    Bath: 3   Sqft: 5,298   Stories: 3
19 Courtlandt Pl, Houston, TX, 77006
Single Family
$1,888,001 - $2,176,000
Bed: 5    Bath: 3   Sqft: 6,025   Stories: 3
Address Sold Date Property Type Price Range Bed/Bath Sqft Stories
8 Courtlandt, Houston, TX, 7700612/18/2015Single Family$1,888,001 - $2,176,0003/35,2983
19 Courtlandt Pl, Houston, TX, 7700605/28/2015Single Family$1,888,001 - $2,176,0005/36,0253

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Disclaimer: This information is believed to be accurate, however, Houston Association of Realtors does not warrant the accuracy of the information. To verify address and historic designation, please contact the City of Houston Historic Preservation Office at diana.ducroz@cityofhouston.net
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