Woodland Heights Historic District – The Heights
Woodland Heights is a subdivision in the greater Heights area, north of downtown Houston. The William Wilson Realty Company established Woodland Heights in 1907. It was designed to be upscale, yet affordable for middle class families. Most of the houses were built in the Queen Anne, Craftsman, and American Four Square styles. Today, many homes in the Woodland Heights Historic District look the way they did in 1907.
Best Known For….
Woodland Heights is best known for “Lights in the Heights,” a holiday decoration event that has been featured in national magazines like Better Homes and Gardens.
Things to do
- Stroll the streets of 19th – Lined with boutiques, artsy stores, restaurants and thrift shops, historic 19th street is the shopping mecca of the Heights.
- Get a sugar rush at Fat Cat Creamery and Hugs & Donuts – How do you choose between donuts and ice cream? Maybe you don’t have to, because these two sweet spots are neighbors.
- Live music at the White Oak Music Hall – Just on the cusp of the Heights, this music hall boasts three performance spaces.
- Eat straight from the Garden at Coltivare – From this Italian kitchen you’ll find inspired takes on classics, like oxtail sugo with slurpable housemade pasta, blistered butternut squash pizzas, and shareable whole wood-roasted fish.
- Sip old school classics at Johnny’s Gold Brick – The Treadsack restaurant group perfectly shows off the The Heights’ vintage feel with this hip throwback bar.