The Briargrove subdivision was established in 1948 on the old Peckham family farm, which was miles beyond Houston’s city limits at the time.  While most of the original 1 story, ~2,000 SF single family homes have been renovated, many have been torn down to make way for much larger 2 story homes that compete with the estates in nearby Tanglewood. 

At the heart of this neighborhood of approximately 900+ homes is the blue-ribbon Briargrove Elementary School, which is one of the major draws for families moving to this neighborhood.  Other benefits enjoyed by Briargrove residents are the community pool, clubhouse and play area, and 24/7 courtesy patrol service. No longer on the outskirts of town, Briargrove is served very well by the shops and restaurants in Uptown/Galleria.

According to HARMLS, sales of single family homes in Briargrove were significantly down in the first quarter of 2023 with just 8 homes sold, as compared to 20 sales in the first quarter of 2022.  The 8 home sales ranged from $510,000 to $1,005,000 and averaged $782,000 ($368/SF) – 10.5% higher (on a $/SF basis) than 1Q2022.

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