Most Expensive Streets in Houston

As Houston was just named the No.1 Fastest Growing Population of Multi-Millionaires in 2015, it is only predictable the city has one of the most expensive streets in the nation located here. A new ranking from Zillow, found this street in the neighborhood of River Oaks that ranks No. 4 as the most expensive streets in the U.S.

This street, Lazy Lane, boasts of a median household income of $15.4 million. This street is hardly a mile-long, and it is home to some high-rolling Houstonians. Of the top 15 most expensive streets on Zillow’s list, five of them are from Los Angela’s and Malibu, and another four are in the Miami area.

Zillow’s Five Most Expensive Streets in Houston:

  • Lazy Lane
  • Carnarvon in Memorial
  • River Oaks Boulevard
  • Timberwilde in Tanglewood
  • Knollwood in River Oaks

–> Click to View Zillow’s Full List of Most Expensive Streets in the U.S.

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With over 20 years of working in the greater Fulshear/Katy market, RE/MAX Realty West has become an integral part of the community and the number one choice for clients to find their next home. We are intimately familiar with the rich history and the wonderful communities that this area has to offer, not only because we work here, but because this is the community that we, ourselves, call home. As a friendly, boutique office, our goal is to provide our clients with an unequaled level of service. Whether you are finding the right home or looking to put your current house on the market, RE/MAX Realty West can help you every step of the way. Our experience helps clients find the right home, in the right location. We specialize in the greater Fulshear and Katy communities including Weston Lakes, Fulbrook, Cross Creek Ranch, Fulshear Creek Crossing and Firethorne. We also serve the acreage communities along the FM 359 corridor, which include the quaint neighborhoods of River Forest, Texana, Woods Edge and Grand River. Additionally, we handle the large Katy Master Planned Communities including Cinco Ranch, Seven Meadows and Grand Lakes.
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