Beneath the glulam arches of a 2004 contemporary home designed by Houston architect Scott Ballard, living spaces line up in an open floor plan (top) with double-stacked windows fore and aft. The east-west property in First Montrose Commons near the HSPVA campus was listed last week, but recently upgraded its listing photos. It carries has an asking price of $1.22 million.
Ceiling and floors walk the plank. Most of the living area is on the 3,126-sq.-ft. home’s second level.
One of the bedrooms is on the second level:
Two others top out the upper level floor plan:
Meanwhile, the lower level has studio space with direct access to the patio and pool:
Art reflected in a mirror amid the built-in shelving suggests this room is across from the studio:
There’s also this lower level study, which opens to a back porch:
An upper balcony off the living room looks eastward:
The other upper deck, with dining space off the dining room, looks to the west:
Below deck at the front of the property, there’s a frond-fringed pool and patio, which appear in listing photos both au naturel . . .
and with extra oomph:
- 4107 Stanford St. [HAR]