About Audubon Place

We are in Montrose, the Metaphorical Heart of Houston. The area covered by our association is bounded by Hawthorne to the North, Alabama to the South, Montrose on the West, and Audubon to the East.

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We are a HISTORIC DISTRICT; see details under Preservation

Audobon Place Statistics

as of November 4, 2007

804 Harold 804 Harold is a Protected Landmark of the City of Houston and on the National Register of Historic Places; it was built in 1915

311 Homeowners
141 Single Family Homes
60 Town Homes
83 Condos
9 Commercial buildings
18 Apartment buildings

71% of the land area is occupied by single family residences

147 homes date from before 1957
97 homes were built before 1930
39 homes were built before 1920
2 homes were built before 1910

The total number of structures in our neighborhood is 239

We are a DEED RESTRICTED community

Audubon Place Deed Restrictions

The Deed Restrictions for Audubon Place are held by Historic Montrose Association, Inc. a registered non profit corporation

President: Stephen E Hamilton

Directors: Patricia A Thompson, Stephen E. Hamilton

Agent: Christopher Bryant
Address: 711 Marshall St, Houston TX 77006

For questions regarding the deed restrictions please email
Stephen Hamilton or John O'Donnell

Exclusions apply; see: map
To display the deed rectrictions click here

Special BUILDING LINES and MINIMUM LOT SIZES have been established for our neighborhood.

Audubon Place Covenants

  • As defined in the deed restrictions a 20 set back is required (June 2, 1994)

  • Historic District Designation is in effect for Audubon Place since October 22, 2008

Special minimum building lines are in effect for:
  • 3400 through 3700 Audubon Place Blvd (East Side): 23 (Dec 14, 2006)

  • the 600 and 700 block of Harold Street (South Side): 20' (March 9,2009)

  • the 600 and 700 block of Marshall Street (South side): 22' (August 2, 2006)

A special minimum lot size is in effect for:
  • the 600 and 700 block of Harold Street (South Side): 6000 square feet (March 5, 2009)

A listing of special minimum building lines and minimum lot sizes is available at
this link

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