Nubbly textures abound in the interior of this 1960 Mod by Brenham architect Travis Broesche. The low-pitched presence in Meyerland popped up on the market Friday, just in time for an open house over the weekend; it has a $619,000 asking price.
Time-traveling elements unfold well before before you even enter the home, which is furnished and finished to match its days of future passed . . .
The interior is a glass act, with floor-to-ceiling windows and rows of clerestories atop the 3,290-sq.-ft. home’s exterior walls. Other surfaces in the main living areas feature paneled wood and brick:
A double set of shuttered doors in the background of the family room photo above front a bar:
Just off the family room (and kitchen), the floor plan includes this sunny room jutting into a portion of the back yard, which is on the south side of the 12,920-sq.-ft. lot:
The listing touts the kitchen’s Okite countertops and stainless-steel appliances, which include double ovens, both electric:
It’s a 3-bedroom home, with 3 full bathrooms. Here’s what appears to be the master suite:
The updated master bathroom has divided vanities and a shower-only option.
An extra room in the floor plan is good for a stroll:
There’s a 2-car garage behind an automated gate:
Though there’s been plenty of more recent work, HCAD indicates the property was renovated in 1990. It’s located just a block north of Brays Bayou near South Rice Ave. in a neighborhood that carries a $475 annual maintenance fee.
- 5003 Braesvalley Dr. [HAR]