Listed for $1,377,500, the traditional 1938 home is nestled on a shaded lot in Houston’s Braeswood neighborhood, an architecturally significant enclave known for its many Tudor, colonial revival and mid-century modern homes.
The Texas Medical Center, Museum District, Hermann Park, Houston Zoo, Rice Village, and NRG Center complex are all within a one-mile radius and the property is five miles southwest of downtown Houston.
The home’s interior extends 4,235 square feet and includes a formal living room, dining room, family room, mud room, study, three bedrooms with en suite bathrooms, and two powder rooms. Guest quarters on the third floor add an additional bedroom to the final tally.
Architectural features of note include double pane windows, a newly-painted cream-colored exterior, a new roof and a large second-story terrace.
Awash in light and staged to sparse effect, the home exudes an elusive aura of calm.
The lush, fenced-in yard boasts a landscaped garden, flagstone patio, fountains and a pool.
The Harris County Appraisal District lists the home as having a market and appraised value of $1,495,400 as of 2021.
The listing is represented by Cathy Blum of Greenwood King Properties. For more information on the listing, click here or call (713) 942-6813.
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