What’s been going on with that mod home renovation in Woodshire that was featured on Swamplot last September when it was aiming for a $775,500 sale price? Plenty!
The property appeared in a Chronicle featurette in October. Later, it went on a short holiday vacation from the MLS — interrupting a sequence of 6 separate price reductions and one relisting. It stood and beamed for a whole new portfolio of listing photos (shown here). And today, the home’s redesigner, Jamie House, has posted her own account of many of the decisions and efforts that went into the transformation of the 1956 property she worked on with Dave Seeburger of P&G Homes — along with an entirely different set of before-and-after pics.
P&G bought the 3-or-4-bedroom, 3-bath home in May of 2013 — for $240,000. Since the home’s latest markdown last week, it’s available for $684,000. The 9,392-sq.-ft. lot it sits on backs up to Stella Link, 4 blocks north of the South Loop. The home measures 3,304 sq. ft.
Here’s the completely redone studio, held aloft over the carport at the rear of the home:
- Mid-Century Brought Back to Life [Jamie House Design]
- 9231 Fordshire Dr. [HAR]
- Before and after: The revival of a midcentury home in Houston [Houston Chronicle]
- Previously on Swamplot: Where a Cool Half Million Has Taken a Woodshire Mod