Bellaire Real Estate Overview:
Lest you doubt that Bellaire is a slice of Americana, just look at the town’s water tower, which proudly proclaims its Little League National Champions. “Bellaire very much has a hometown, community feel,” says resident Roseann Rogers, aka The Buzz Lady. “It’s almost Mayberry-ish.”
Founded in the early 20th century on part of a sprawling ranch in what is now southwest Houston, Bellaire is bordered on the south by Beechnut, to the north at Glenmont, to the east at Mulberry and on the west at Bissonnet Street. It has its own mayor, city council and police department, as well as a town square where Opie 2.0 would be right at home.
The area is mostly residential with about 17,000 people. Bellaire’s more than 6,000 homes run the gamut from old style ranch to modern rebuild. But as Rogers says, “it is not a planned community; it’s a neighborhood.”
With its family focus and community spirit, Bellaire will make you feel right at home.
Plenty of young families are moving here too, giving it a young, vibrant vibe according to Boulevard realtor Becky Davis. That also makes it a really fun place to visit.