A locally well known modern small house featured in the Houston Architectural Guide, this house is a compact two story situated in a lush garden setting. It is located inside Loop 610, in a transitional neighborhood about a mile south of the University of Houston and within a few miles of Downtown, The Medical Center, and the Museum District. Nearest light rail stop is a 12 minute walk. YMCA, Library, and Grocery shopping all within a mile. The house is not available for parties.
Embrace the vibrant character of this updated home. The expansive lower level unit features a monochrome interior contrasted by pops of color, an array of different motifs, an open-plan layout, a shared backyard, and access to a BBQ.
The apartment is exactly two miles from downtown Houston, and it's a five-minute walk to the MetroRail line bringing you downtown in 15 minutes. We're close to the city's Mexican "Restaurant Row" on Navigation Blvd., and to the burgeoning "EaDo" nightlife scene. A second floor apartment, it's filled with wonderful natural light filtered through massive trees. The historic "Eastwood" neighborhood was developed in 1915, and has a number of classic and important Houston homes.
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