In the Rivercrest neighborhood, the average size of one of these homes for sale is more than seven thousand square feet. These are some of the most spacious homes you are going to find. A number of these homes were also built in the 1960s, which gives the neighborhood a nice sense of history. Between the median building year of 1993, and the variety of homes that were built several decades before that, the Rivercrest neighborhood offers residencies that are going to stand the test of time. They also mean homes that allow you to get to all points throughout Memorial and Houston with ease.

Beyond the impressive walkability of this neighborhood, living here can perfect for those who need to commute to Downtown Houston or other nearby destinations for work each day.

Located to the east of Beltway 8, the Rivercrest neighborhood has some gorgeous homes for sale. Beyond the benefits of living in the Memorial area, these homes also make it easy to get to all points throughout Houston. Just off the remarkable Briar Forest Drive, the homes throughout this neighborhood have a median age that sets their building year at 1993. This neighborhood has been around for over 20 years at this point, putting it somewhere in the middle of the age range of the neighborhoods in this part of Houston. Fifty-six single family properties can be found here, making this neighborhood one of the smaller examples of what Memorial has to offer.

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Gessner Road and Westheimer Road are also near the homes for sale in this area. The best schools, shopping, restaurants, parks, and entertainment venues are near to these homes, as well. Supported by the one of the best school districts in the region, this Memorial zip code gives you great schools at the elementary, middle, and high school levels. There are also some great private schools in the area, as well as opportunities for higher education. The Rivercrest neighborhood offers remarkable immediate surroundings with huge lawns, massive oak trees, huge pine trees, and a number of nearby hiking and biking trails.

Getting a home in this deed-restricted neighborhood can be rather challenging. Nonetheless, if you ever come across a home in Rivercrest, and you are ready to experience the best of Houston and Memorial, this is one of the neighborhoods that must be at the top of your list. It has everything.