Freeland Historic District homes for sale and rent

Freeland, only two blocks in size, was platted in 1920, from a portion of the original 1839 homestead of Gabriel Gostick. The developers of Freeland knew that proximity to the flourishing Houston Heights community would attract buyers to Freeland and could benefit Freeland residents as well. Freeland features an intact concentration of one-story 1920s bungalows, giving this modest neighborhood near Houston Heights an early 20th century ambiance. Freeland Historic District was designated in 2008. 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 Freeland Historic District

537 Frasier Street, Houston, TX, 77007
Single-Family
$285,001 - $325,000
Bed: 3    Bath: 1   Sqft: 1,405   Stories: 1
535 Granberry Street, Houston, TX, 77007
Single-Family
$627,001 - $717,000
Bed: 2    Bath: 2   Sqft: 1,901   Stories: 1
Address Sold Date Property Type Price Range Bed/Bath Sqft Stories
537 Frasier Street, Houston, TX, 7700709/14/2018Single-Family$285,001 - $325,0003/11,4051
535 Granberry Street, Houston, TX, 7700712/28/2017Single-Family$627,001 - $717,0002/21,9011

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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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