HOUSTON – What comes up must come down, at least if it's one of these five Houston homes. Here's a list of old Houston homes that received City of Houston demolition permits in the past week.
Overbrook Lane home overstays welcome
Nestled away in River Oaks, this 3,486-square-foot home located at 3662 Overbrook Lane features four bedrooms, four baths, two fireplaces and a massive, manicured lawn -- at least, for now. The home, built in 1941, will come tumbling down soon.
Bolsover Street brick home will bite the dust
An 80-year-old, red brick Southampton traditional at 2319 Bolsover Street will meet the bulldozer soon.
Del Monte Drive home gets death date
Yet another River Oaks home will meets its end. Built in 1939, the Georgian home on a half-acre at 3024 Del Monte Drive won't be much more than a pile of rubble.
Tanglewood property to be torn down
A five-bedroom, five-bathroom home lodged in the Tanglewood neighborhood won't stand much longer. The home at 5522 Tupper Lake Drive was built in 1954.