Overview of Tanglewilde
Renting an apartment in Tanglewilde, Houston, TX, gives you the chance to nurture all sides of your personality. Living in this Westchase-Woodlake neighborhood, you can enjoy the quiet of a small suburban community. But when your inner extrovert needs a little exercise, you can tap into the dining and shopping destinations of Westchase and nearby Uptown-Galleria.
The neighborhood was first developed in 1950 out of the prairie land and cotton fields west of Houston. Today, as part of Westchase, the area is a thriving suburb. Westchase is a "special district" under Texas law that enables it the community to have more control over planning, safety and development. As a result, the area is known for its beautiful landscaping and as a wonderful place to live. Tanglewilde as a subdivision within the district benefits as well. More than 1,500 businesses are in Westchase, putting Tanglewilde residents close to thousands of employers.
Tanglewilde Lifestyle and Entertainment
Tanglewilde offers a quiet, community lifestyle where families enjoy weekend barbeques and sporting events at local parks. Among these are Tanglewilde Park and Briar Meadow Park. The Westchase Hike & Bike Trail is a 12-foot wide, lighted trail for a leisurely ride with the kids, or a great workout training run.
But if you are looking for a little more excitement, Tanglewilde is just a short ride from the Uptown-Galleria area with its trendy hotspots for dining, clubbing and shopping. The area is known for its high-fashion retail venues, hip cafes and upscale shopping. The Galleria Houston is a shopper's heaven with more than 375 shops, boutiques and restaurants. It even has an year-round indoor skating rink. Many high-end retail names have store fronts at the Galleria, including Ralph Lauren, Louis Vuitton and Tiffany & Co. There's always something happening in Uptown if you want a change from the quite Tanglewilde life.
The Tanglewilde Rental Market
Rental apartments in Tanglewilde range from the affordable to the upscale. Most are in low-rise buildings with rents for a one bedroom starting at just under $500 a month. Newer or renovated buildings with all the amenities are more expensive, with one-bedroom rents starting at around $900 a month. The neighborhood is popular with families who have children of all ages.
Residents of Tanglewilde are part Houston City Council District F or District G. Visit Houston city government for more information. The closest branches of the Houston Public Library are: Robinson-Westchase Neighborhood Library and the Walter Neighborhood Library. Children living in Tanglewilde attend schools operated by the Houston Independent School District.
Tanglewilde Zip Codes
The zip code serving the Tanglewilde area is 77063.