“Housed in an 1895 Carriage Barn, the Heights Station Antiques has offered locals European and American furnishings since 1977. Set on Heights Boulevard, not far from Washington Avenue, Heights Station unfolds in more than 5,000-square-feet of space. Although the inventory is always-changing, customers can always expect to find collectibles, jewelry, lamps and furniture, along with signed sports and rock’n’roll memorabilia.”
via The Official Visitors Site of Houston
“From across the Houston area, thousands of you weighed in on what you are certain are the city’s best people, restaurants, services, sights and sites. Read on to see what most of you love best, and check out our picks to see how we compared.
Readers’ Poll Winners:
SHOPPING & SERVICES
Best Antiques Store
Heights Station Antiques
121 Heights Blvd.
via Readers’ Choice Contest Houston 2013 – – Houston Press.
“Smack-dab between the antiquing hotspots of lower Westheimer and West 19th Street there looms this 1895 carriage barn, with more than 5,000 square feet of trash ‘n’ treasure within.”
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“Heights Station Antiques
121 Heights Blvd.
Houston, TX 77007
Located conveniently on Heights Boulevard near Washington Avenue, Heights Station Antiques is hard to miss. Using an old carriage barn from 1895, this store will amaze you from the moment you first enter.”
via Best Places For Antiquing In Houston « CBS Houston.
“Heights Station Antiques, housed in an old 1895 carriage barn at 121 Heights Blvd., Houston, Texas, USA (713) 868-3175.
Note: Heights Station was featured in Martha Stewart Living magazine August 2008.”
via The Bunny Bungalow: Heights Station Antiques.
“Some travelers trace the history of a place through its architecture. Others get the backstory by focusing on food, while still others study its art. For collectors, the obvious path is through local antiques shops, where stacks of pottery, walls of quirky wire objects, and piles of homespun linen offer lessons in a town’s history. This is just one of the advantages of spending a weekend browsing on foot rather than online. The other benefits depend on where you go.
The Heights District, 15 minutes away [from downtown], has a more bohemian vibe. Heights Station, an 1895 carriage barn, bursts with the contents of many attics.”
via On the Hunt – Recipes, Crafts, Home Décor and More | Martha Stewart.
“Heights Station Antiques is an antique shop that is housed in an 1895 carriage barn in Washington Corridor. The shop has been in operation since 1977.”
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