A Spanish Colonial Revival Revival from the Boom Days of Friendswood

Arches. Red tile roofing. Arcades. Timbered ceilings. More arches. It’s a seventies-style revival of a Spanish Colonial Revival model on more than an acre of land in Coward Creek subdivision near Friendswood High School. The home’s footprint is a less-than-lot-filling 4,141 sq. ft. on a street with a little breathing room between residences. The asking price: $675,000. Did we mention the arches?


The 2-story living room measures 31 ft. by 60 ft.

The dining room has courtyard views:

Upstairs, the master bedroom has a raised sleeping area within an arcade.

You can bathe behind an arch too:

The home’s 3 other bedrooms are downstairs. Here’s one:

And here’s another:

There’s also a game room.

The yard has a pool and deck.

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