Too late. The mid-summer rental-rate reduction to $4,495 per month for this renovated 1967 Meyerland home expired with today’s re-listing of the property. The ask is back up to the $4,600 per month of its original rental listing, dating from early July 2014. Or you could flat-out buy the place. The for-sale listing, pegged at $657,500, also popped up on the market today.
Excepting the set of ceiling beams left in a natural state as they span what is set up as the dining room at the front of the 2,356-sq.-ft. home, the interior features a silvery mist in its choice of finishes. At the far end of the room, there’s a pass-through to the study.
Midtone wooden flooring throughout the home warms up the prevailing gray overcast.
It’s a 4-bedroom house with 2 full bathrooms and a powder room. The master suite . . .
gets slider access to a small back patio. The bathroom with walk-in shower appears in this photo to hold a single sink . . .
but there’s a split vanity set-up to the room:
Secondary bedrooms (and guests) share the hallway bathroom, which has been equipped with dual sinks:
The home’s footprint on a 9,282-sq.-ft. lot leaves a patch of lawn facing north. Food-a-Rama and other retail lie 2 blocks north, at the corner of Hillcroft and Beechnut.