Sold Price Range: $482,001 - $552,000 Sold on : 05/05/2017
There was a time when the bungalow reigned supreme in the Heights. This home will take you back to that time. The home is located in a City of Houston Historical District. See list of improvements prepared by the seller under Docs.
The Formal Living Room features an early 1900s replica chandelier and a mock fireplace. The wood floors were recently refinished throughout the home and there are 11 foot ceilings also throughout.
You will enjoy the wonderful views of the neighborhood from the living room. Large windows throughout make this home light and bright.
The Formal Dining Room continues your trip to the past. The archway leads into the kitchen.
A view of the Formal Dining and Living Rooms. All the rooms in the home are spacious.
The kitchen flooring has been replaced. The French Doors with its half moon transoms open to the back yard and wood deck.
There is a gas range and oven. The kitchen also features glass front cabinets and the stove hood was recently added.
The new refrigerator will stay.
The utility room is in the background and the dryer and new washer will also stay.
The back bedroom. The entire interior of the home was painted in preparation for the sale.
The back bedroom opens to an office/study.
The office/study also has potential for a second bathroom.
The front bedroom.
Another view of the front bedroom.
There is a window seat and more great views of the neighborhood.
The bathroom features bead board and a clawfoot tub.
The bathroom sink.
The clawfoot tub.
The back of the home and the wood deck that opens up from the kitchen as well as the office/study.
There is a new wood/railing and a six foot privacy fence for the back yard.
A view of the back yard and a shed for storage.
The door leading to the cellar.
You will love the view of the neighborhood from your front porch.
This is the view from the front of the home.
Euclid is lined with trees and is one of the prettiest streets in the Heights. The wrought iron gate was recently added to the driveway.
Sold Transaction: Robert Medeiros represented the seller on this sold transaction on 05/05/2017
A home considered by many over the years to be a neighborhood treasure on one of the prettiest streets in the Heights. Built in the early 1900s by William Wilson, the developer of Woodland Heights, this 2-1 home plus office/study retains much of its past architectural & historical charm & awaits a new owner to take it to its next level of grandeur. There are 11 ft high ceilings throughout & there is even a cellar. Zoned to Travis Elementary. A great experience awaits you.