Is the weight of the holiday season and its accompanying festoonage taking a toll on this updated 1929 home in East Montrose? Or was the polished-up property just under a lot of pressure (top) during its listing photo-op? The 3-bedroom, 2-and-a-half-bath property popped up on the market Sunday with a straight-up $840,000 price tag.
On the slightly flexed front porch, the bows come in ribbon and column form (above). The leaded glass entry with side lights, facing south, has escaped the squeeze play.
Columns and garlands inside share a swag effect:
Granite countertops in the overhauled kitchen give the place some bearing:
HCAD indicates the corner-lot property, located near Taft St. north of Fairview, was remodeled last year. The listing says the redo took it to the studs and replaced the wiring, plumbing, air conditioning, walls, flooring, and appliances.
All bedrooms in the 2,709-sq.-ft. home are upstairs. The master suite has a sitting room (above), an updated bathroom (below) . . .
a view of surprisingly vertical downtown skyscrapers . . .
and a closet measuring 10 ft. x 13 ft., presumably with rods less likely to roller coaster any hanging items than implied in this photo:
Two secondary bedrooms upstairs also dance by:
They share a covered, flexible balcony: