Situated in southeastern Texas, Humble was named after the town's first settler, Pleasant Smith "Plez" Humble. Plez Humble was a jack of all trades, opening the first post office, serving as justice of the peace, operating a fruit stand and finally settling into his final career as an attorney at law. The town itself had the same trajectory, starting as a small oil boomtown and ferry port before transitioning into a larger area equipped with a regional airport and the DeLorean Motor Company.
Check out 300 Humble, TX rent to own homes for sale, which may include auction properties, for sale by owner, and more.
Affordable homes! Houses near North Sam Houston Parkway East and Wilson Road are a steal with a median cost of $105,127 -- lower than 74.7 percent of homes nationwide. Neighborhood amenities include proximity to the local Starbucks as well as coveted lunch spots like Lenny's Sub Shop and A-1 Supermarket, serving lunchtime staples like fresh Italian and Chicken Philly subs and burgers, respectively.
Quaint cafes! Coffee joints like Javaman keep locals on their toes with intriguing lattes, house-roasted beans, and handmade beignets in their cozy, Wi-Fi-equipped spaces. Across town at Tipico Cafe, Latin American flare is served up properly in dishes that include Pastelon, Cuban Sandwiches, and delectable tres leches cake. Wash down your delicious dinner with authentic Cuban Coffee.
Take advantage of the corner pub! Residents like to feel at home and imbibe at their friendly watering hole. Pop's Ice House boasts live bands and cool brews, while The Runway Bar and Grill is home to a community-centered vibe and allows guests to relax indoors or on their large outdoor patio while drinking pitchers of beer.
Be one with nature! When setting off for the day to enjoy the great outdoors, Humble has a lot to offer. The Jesse H. Jones Park and Nature Center has hiking and biking trails as well as picnic areas, beach-like enclaves at Spring Creek and a pavilion where residents can see Aztec dance performances. Plant enthusiasts will delight in strolling through the Mercer Arboretum and Botanic Gardens and smelling the lovely lavender while they absorb the beautiful sago palm trees.
Rental homes available! Humble's city center is full of rent to own houses that range from small studio spaces to medium single-family homes. On average, folks spend $800 per month on rent. Residents here enjoy proximity to Tour 18 Golf Course, Titas Taco House, and Backyard Home Brewers and Education Center, as well as the Eastex Freeway.
Nearby Hair Experts! Look no further for your local stylist, with salons like In Color and Visible Changes who can handle any of your hair demands. You won't have nightmares about the dreaded bowl cut any longer!
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