3 Cheapest / 3 Most Expensive Apartments in Houston
Three Least Expensive and Three Most Expensive Houston Apartments
- Acre Villa
- $270 / Month
Acre Villa wins the award for hosting the cheapest apartment in Houston. At $270 per month for an efficiency, this complex destroys its competition with the lowest price. The drawback is you pay for what you get. The square footage of this apartment is 400 sq. ft. which is a little bigger than the other two cheapest apartments. Built in 1966, this community is also the oldest of the cheapest apartments in Houston.
- Westview Forest - $318 / Month
In second place is Westview Forest which features two pools on site. This property is the tiniest of the three cheapest apartments at 300 sq. ft.. If you are claustrophobic at all, renting a room here would not be a wise choice. There are four laundry rooms spread throughout this complex, but at these prices make sure you keep a close eye on your clothes or they might mysteriously disappear.
- Breckenridge at Cityview - $325 / Month
Breckenridge at Cityview does not trail far from the competitor's prices at $325 per month. The more expensive cost may be attributed to the fact that this property was actually remodeled in 1998 while Acre Villa has never been remodeled and Westview Forest wasn't remodeled until 1986. Another big difference from the other bargain apartments is that these apartments have full washer/dryer connections. Breckenridge at Cityview gives you a little extra bang for your buck.
The Most Expensive:
- The Museum Tower
- $9,999 / Month
- 2 bedroom, 2 1/2 bath
The Million Dollar Man, Ted DiBiase (a professional wrestler) said it best, "Everybody has a price." The price of The Museum Tower apartments in Houston is $9,999! For the elite who can afford this extravagant amount of money, this complex is truly an incredible place to live. Look down and watch the peasants walk by as you peer through your window like a king or queen in their palace.
- The Royalton at River Oaks - $8,500 / Month
- 3 bedroom, 4 1/2 bath
When you hear the price of these Houston apartments you might break a sweat. At $8,500 per month, The Royalton at River Oaks is the second most expensive apartment on the list. Built in 2003, these newer high rises offer valet parking, a wine room, and a theatre. Another key feature of this community is that it is only five minutes from downtown which means entertainment, restaurants, and shopping are all a brief walk away.
- 1200 Post Oak -$7,899 / Month - 3 bedroom, 4 1/2 bath
The cheapest of the most expensive apartments is 1200 Post Oak. The skyline views at this property are breath taking. Towering 33 stories in the air, this building could claim the title of one of the seven wonders of Houston and can be described as colossal. This deal comes equipped with hardwood flooring, granite countertops, and dramatic 10-foot ceilings with arched doorways.
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