A Serene Meyerland Scene in Shades of Peaches and Cream

A sheered-up 1968 Modern home in Meyerland relies on its unadorned clerestory windows for natural light to play across the lighter shades of pale finishes found in many of the decoratively restrained rooms. The only-been-one-owner home, north of Brays Bayou near Hillcroft, listed this week with an asking price of $329,000.


An asymmetric entry with double-height double door opens into a wide foyer, its high ceiling rising to the gable’s apex.

One side of the home has the carpeted living-dining combo, facing the street but screened from it and the southern exposure:

The palette darkens in the den, where stained paneling and ceiling timbers accent an unobstructed view of the backyard pool:

Things look a little peachy in the kitchen:

A serving window into the den (above) is across from the half-panel, half-peach breakfast room (below) that extends beyond the patio (below):

Here’s the semi-formal half-bath:

And the master suite:

Proportions of the secondary bedrooms can handle doubled-up furnishings:

One of the 2 bathrooms (above) also has access to the poolside patio below:

Want to see more? An open house is scheduled for this weekend.

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