This home’s walls have ears. And eyes. And behind all the portraits lining them, a lot of nail holes for new owners to fill. Located at the corner of 9th St. and Tulane in the Houston Heights, this little casa is part of a small enclave of Spanish Colonial homes that rose on the block a decade ago. Inside you’ll find 3 bedrooms, 2 1/2 baths, and enough wall space to field a collection of collections.
Distinct features include a red tile roof, pier-and-beam construction, and pine floors. The 2,900-sq.-ft. home has arched doorways, custom cabinetry, and a downstairs master bedroom. A porch overlooks the fenced yard and patio. The property occupies an urban-scale lot of about 4,350 sq. ft., and was listed last month at $594,900. Art collection not included.
- 510 W. 9th St. [HAR]
Oh yeah: has the realtor even told the seller(s) to de-personalize this place?
Let no good wall go unpunished.
How can you get into that tub without falling over the fawcett? Looks dangerous.
OOOPS, make that faucet. There is no Farah in that photo.
Obviously not into feng shui….the owner must have lots of nighmares….
Lots of feng shui nightmares while falling over into the tub….as the walls are repeatedly punished with more pictures. Ay caramba!!!!
I see a house where the owner(s) have had lots of adventures all over the world.
Maybe or maybe not. But I think they’d still be fun folks and very interesting to converse with.
I really like that monkey lamp too.
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Looks like Pier One circa 1998 vommited all over that house. But still, a lot better than the beige-o-rama most places have. Holy Moly! Someone actually bought one of those massage chairs?!?!
Those poor walls. I’d bid $20k less just for nail hole and paint repair once the walls were bare. Wow. It’s a shame that there is probably a nice house under all of that stuff, but how is a buyer to see the beauty under all of the layers. It’s like an onion. Also, I’d wear a helmet and cup when getting into that tub.
I’m with you, PYE. This place is full of happy memories, not nightmares!
I like it also. It looks warm & welcoming. And I agree with PYE, I bet the owners are really interesting people with a lot of travel under their belts :)
If you want to see a Heights house with personalization check out the listing for 2719 Beauchamp. The pic hanging over the changing table is very, um, personal.