Homes for Sale 12/28/12 2:53pm Houston Home Listing Photo of the Day: In the Box by Swamplot Interiors, Real Estate Marketing, Willowbend 14 Comments Tweet 10809 Willowisp Dr. [HAR] 77035, Homes for Sale, Interiors, Real Estate Marketing, Willowbend
BREATH TAKING VIEWS FROM EVERY ROOM OF TJHIS HOME.
Actually the whole description is just hilarious:
FENG SHUI ALL THE WAY!TREAY YOURSELF TO THIS FANTASTIC MULTI LEVEL STATE OF THE ART CUSTOM HOME. BREATH TAKING VIEWS FROM EVERY ROOM OF TJHIS HOME. A PERFECT BLEND OF PEACE & HARMONY. BUILT FOR MULTI FAMILY USE AND SPACE IS PLENTY. THE ULTIMATE KITCHEN FOR THE CHEF. PERFECT FOR ENTERTAINING OR SIMPLY GOING OUT BACK FOR MEDITATION. COMMERCIAL GRADE MATERIALS MAKES THIS MOST INTERESTING.COME BACK TO ALL THE ELEMENTS OF THE EARTH & RESIDE IN THAT PEACEFUL STATE WHERE WE HARDLY EVER GO.
That is one seriously ugly house. At least it has a nice yard. I bet the neighbors are praying for a tear down!
So that’s what it looks like just before the crematorium’s burners light you up.
Someone spent their whole lottery winning on one house. Too bad. Maybe next time they’ll win more money, with a side of taste.
Meow meow dreadful meow.
It’s a bonus room!
It puts the lotion in the basket!
This is why, IMO, photos (or at least worrying about the quantity or quality) are not that important. People search for a price range, size, area, etc. After that, they’ll take their list of properties that fit and view them in person. Unless the pictuers are TERRIBLE then the property will be viewed. And if they’re OUTSTANDING then the property will have to be viewed anyway (unless you’re going after someone buying sight unseen, which is rare).
Photos do, IMO, almost nothing to sell a house.
Then again, I could be saying this as I suck at taking photos so normally just snap off a few pics with my cell phone and call it a day :)
This one was one of my cases in point when the thread popped up a little while ago about whether or not to tear down and rebuild in 77035. It’s priced way too high for the area, regardless of the value of the house itself. I don’t think it’s ever been inhabited, or nobody has stayed long. It was built in 2003 and is now being sold by a bank.
Is that the Hiroshima memorial at the top of the stairs?
What an absolute monstrosity in Willowbend. Ridiculously misplaced, and oogly to boot.
This may be the ugliest house I have ever seen on Swamplot. Cody, buy this and tear it down!
Happy New Year!
2 GARAGES MAKES THIS MOST INTERESTING.
I’ve seen uglier.