Homes for Sale 01/19/16 5:15pm Houston Home Listing Photo of the Day: Chill Out by Christine Gerbode Interiors, Morningside Place 13 Comments Tweet 14939 Cullen Blvd. [HAR] 77047, Home Listings, Homes for Sale, Kitchens, Morningside Place
As an unknown cast member from Duece Bigalow: Male Gigilow once said, “Dat’s a HUGE BISH!”
Sorry for being so pedantic, but for a $150,000 sales commission you’d think the listing realtor would do a spell check.
“3 our homes” –> “3 out homes”?
“over 20 arcers” –> “over 20 acres”?
And why is it important that there is dirt moving in and out of the property?
I am smitten. This is the kind of listing that gets the old fantasy machine in gear. Baron of the Plains. Lord of the Manor, Gulf Coast Edition, and all that. Too, I think the one car garage is certainly a nice corrective to the spate of elegantly housed planes, trains and automobiles we have been subjected to of late. I also like the way the entire purchase price has been allocated to the principal house ($1,788.53/ sq. ft., surely a Swamplot/HCAD record). I think there’s a typo in the listing, however. I’m sure they meant to say there are 20 ARCHERS in the back moving all that dirt in and out. After all, that would probably be a bit much to expect from 1 , or even 10 archers,
Too bad the description under HAR has so many typos etc.
Reminds me of a sign I saw of some land and a house near where my folks live. These were professional made signs. They used “acers” instead of acres. If I was the seller, I would have had them make those over. How embarrassing.
Dirt moves in, dirt moves out. You can’t explain that.
$5 Mil for some land in “North Freeport”? What are they smoking. Evidently stuff so good, it makes you forget how to spell. I like how the Stealertor is suggesting this lot be used for a high rise. High rise for farm animals perhaps.
“THERE ARE OVER 20 ARCERS IN THE BACK PART OF THE PROPERTY THAT HAS DIRT MOVING IN AND OUT!”
My brain hurts a lot.
TPYOS AND MISPELINGS LUK MUSH WERSE IN AWL CAPPS.
What a fantastic spread. A great place to set up a new cult!
And are those riding stables? Wow!
I am reminded of a funny typo in an advt. for a riding-mower leaf vac attachment: “… comes with manuel”
The “North Freeport” reference confuses me. This is just outside the Beltway off 288/not quite Pearland. Several rural-ish properties of this size used to dot the land out that way. There are still a lot of folks who keep horses on small parcels, and the the housing (people and horses) is sub-par because the boom missed them, or hasn’t reached them yet. This property looks like it’s been well-kept and the land is gorgeous, but I’d think $5 million is a highly unlikely get. They might do better to donate it to a school/convent for the tax write off. Or I could see someone (again, sadly) putting in a small residential enclave of patio homes. A couple of the larger parcels along 288 have gone to “pending” lately, so there’s still residential development happening out that way for the right price…
Funny. I bought a property off Cullen around 2012. And further up north. Cost? $24k. Yup, $24,000
Still own it. Rents for like $800 or so. Has been for the last 4 years.
Not the greatest area to live in (but not a bad place to buy rentals if anyone is looking)