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Blessed by Nature. Connected by Community.

Holly Hall has a walkable, park-like setting that feels far from the city, yet is just minutes from Houston’s best restaurants and culture, as well as the Texas Medical Center. Nature flourishes throughout our vibrant campus, with more than 20 acres of beautifully landscaped gardens, roses and Southern trees weaving around Holly Hall’s cottages and apartments.

At Holly Hall, a fresh spirit moves through our light-filled community, blending our rich heritage with a new vision for the future. Discover this close-knit, welcoming community offering gracious Southern living and an exceptional lifestyle—with a full spectrum of living options, including independent living, assisted living, and short-term rehab—all on one campus in central Houston.

SAFETY FIRST

Worried about hurricane season? Take a deep breath, and relax: Holly Hall has stayed dry, with the power on, during Houston’s infamous hurricanes. If weathering life’s passing storms with confidence and in peace is important to you, consider a move to Holly Hall.

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