Viewed from the curb, this 1965 Briargrove Park home appears as neutral as its neighbors. But the rainbow room within spills Peep-like pastels throughout the interior. Listed last week, the extremely cheery property’s asking price stands at $625K. It’s located midblock within the neighborhood, which is located east of the West Belt between Westheimer Rd. and Buffalo Bayou; this lot’s listing touts its north section pedigree.
Let’s hop inside for the Easter Parade . . .
A chocolate bunny appears to be the only candy missing from the floor plan’s basket. Most of the rooms off the 3,210-sq.-ft. home’s side entry and foyer (above) are open to each other. As the color wheel spins between rooms, pops of preppy pink, green, and blue take turns as background paint and perky accents:
As with the hallway, the enclosed central atrium has tile flooring . . .
and several skylights:
Although the tiles extend into the the kitchen, they hit the wall — rather, a picture window — at the eat-in end, which takes floor-to-ceiling to a whole new level of optics:
And the: contrast. Even the beams have been neutralized in the family room, which has the fireplace and a rare patch of wooden flooring:
The 2 bathrooms and powder room prove camera shy, but all 4 bedrooms made the listing photos. Their color-and-carpet pairings also feature spring in their step:
This space with alcove and storage, adjacent to the driveway, leads to the 2-car garage at the back of the 11,294-sq.-ft. lot:
The back yard sports a bit of a southern accent:
Briargrove Park comes with a community pool, playground, and tennis courts. There’s a $845 annual maintenance fee.
- 10031 Green Tree Rd. [HAR]