Art Deco inspired stucco jewel box of a home on one of the best streets in Woodland Heights!
Cute as a bug!
Side view with the over-sized garage in the back.
Another view of the low maintenance front yard.
Outdoor seating and dining area.
Entry view before the home was vacant.
Main living space.
The living and dining area is quite spacious.
Dining room from the living room.
View from dining area towards the front entry.
The galley kitchen has plenty of counter space and storage. The high end Pella door leads to the back garden area.
View looking from the back door towards the front of the home.
Another view of the kitchen. The washer/and dryer are behind the louvered doors.
The back deck and yard are low maintenance.
View of deck area from the back door.
Low maintenance back yard.
Entry space without furniture.
Main living space without furniture.
The living and dining space without furniture.
The Master bedroom is a great size and features built-ins and a fireplace!
The master bedroom also has a built-in office space.
The master bath features a spa-tub.
The walk-in master closet.
The front bedroom is very air and bright.
The front bedroom features a curved wall.
The second bath.
The second bath features a stained glass window light and privacy.
Street view looking east. The treed area is part of the park space.
View looking west.
Sold Transaction: Lee Hudman represented the seller on this sold transaction on 06/25/2018
HOME IS CURRENTLY GUTTED due to the widespread devastating flooding from Harvey so it is listed near lot value. Water level inside the home was just below the wall plugs, but higher in the garage. Home is being sold as is, so it would be perfect to restore to new owners preferences. All photos are from prior to Harvey. Current owner is not aware of any previous flooding inside the home and previous owner was not aware of any prior main building interior flooding including Allison in 2000 per their 2006 seller disclosure. Woodland Heights/Terrace is a much sought after deed restricted neighborhood of mostly period homes. The home is close to the bayou park, shopping, downtown (without getting on the freeway), the new Houston Art District, Bayou Park bike trails and I-10.
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