Look inside: This First Ward Houston home is latest to receive Protected Landmark status -- and it’s on the market for $650K

1918 Crockett Street, Houston (HAR.com)

HOUSTON – One of the latest Houston-area homes to receive historic landmark designation is now listed on the real estate market.

The current owners of the historic property, built in 1915, applied for Protected Landmark status last year, according to City Council, and is set to receive it officially during Tuesday’s City Council meeting.

Once a rental home, according to the Houston Planning Commission, the 1,350 square-foot First Ward home underwent a multi-year restoration, from newly-painted walls to custom-built cabinets without modifying its historic properties.

With two bedrooms and two bathrooms, it contains a claw-footed tub, modernized sinks, and a yard perfect for four-legged friends, according to the description on HAR.com.

The one-story home is newly listed on HAR.com and is on sale for $650,000.

See the interior and exterior of the home below:

1918 Crockett Street, Houston (HAR.com)
1918 Crockett Street, Houston (HAR.com)
1918 Crockett Street, Houston (HAR.com)
1918 Crockett Street, Houston (HAR.com)
1918 Crockett Street, Houston (HAR.com)
1918 Crockett Street, Houston (HAR.com)
1918 Crockett Street, Houston (HAR.com)
1918 Crockett Street, Houston (HAR.com)
1918 Crockett Street, Houston (HAR.com)
1918 Crockett Street, Houston (HAR.com)

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