Houston razed: Check out photos of these 4 Houston homes that will be demolished soon

By Briana Zamora-Nipper - Community Associate Producer
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Nestled away in River Oaks, one of the most expensive neighborhoods in Houston, 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.

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.

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Nestled away in River Oaks, one of the most expensive neighborhoods in Houston, 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.



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.

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The home is slated for demolition.

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.

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The River Oaks home is slated for demolition.


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.

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The home was built in 1954.

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