Charming Craftsman bungalow with Craftsman style front door.
Another view of the front of the home.
Craftsman front door, large living room.
Large living room (9 ft ceilings) upon entering home with lovely Craftsman fireplace (likely original to the home).
Great space could be used for formal dining area.
Kitchen includes vintage Chambers Stove likely a Model C which started production in 1949 includes oven, broiler and 4 burners.
Functional kitchen with butcher block and tile counters.
Informal dining area with wood paneling and an abundance of natural light.
Informal dining area off the kitchen.
Tastefully remodeled bathroom with shower.
View of the back of the house from the backyard.
Fabulous size lot with plenty of green space. View of the garage.
View of garage
Rear view of garage
Another view of the garage
Length of property runs from Voight to Stude St.
View of Stude Park and White Oak Bayou
Unique opportunity- live now & remodel later. 3 bed/1 bath Old-world style Heights bungalow with great bones, centrally located near 6th St, walk to restaurants, shops, White Oak Bayou, Stude Park with over 20 acres of green space & miles of hike/bike trails connecting to Downtown and Allen Pkwy. Original pine floors, 9 ft ceilings, tons of natural light with many windows, Meyer lemon trees and greenery make this a little oasis, right in the heart of the city. Fabulous size lot (runs through from Voight with access to Stude St). Oversized garage space has been used as a studio and storage. Endless possibilities even potential for possible downtown skyline view if a second story was added.
Drapes/Curtains/Window Cover,Refrigerator Included,Washer Included
Pier & Beam
Public Sewer,Public Water
Back Green Space,Back Yard,Back Yard Fenced,Storage Shed,Workshop
Lot Size: 8,798 Lot Sqft./Appraisal District
Disclaimer: Lot configuration and dimensions are estimates, not based on personal knowledge and come from a third party (Digital Map Products); therefore, you should not rely on the estimates and perform independent confirmation as to their accuracy