Loopside Modern in Woodside

Real estate agent and Glenbrook Valley champion (and Swamplot advertiser) Robert Searcy has been tracking Midcentury Modern properties for sale in the Houston area on the Houston Mod website. Included in the latest list: this wood-filled home in Woodside designed by architect Zachary T. “Zack” Graham in 1957. It’s been on the market for 2 months now, for $369,000, and it’s practically begging for a whitewashing.


The home measures just under 3,000 sq. ft. and sits on a 10,235-sq.-ft. lot on Timberside, Woodside’s cut-through to the South Loop feeder. It has 3 bedrooms and 2 1/2 baths, and there’s a separate workshop building in the back yard.

4 Comment

  • Want. That is all.

  • Owning a Mid-Century Modern home is in a class unto itself. You own a piece of history imbued with an optimism for the future, one of the last American movements in architecture… something of substance and meaning — structures which facilitated meeting the occupants needs sans garish consumerism and pastiche. And then there’s the potential for historic designation and tax credits.

    F**k stucco.

  • I bought my home after I saw it on Robert’s mod listing years ago. That is a great service he provides.

  • Still want. And saltillo tile is one of my weaknesses. But $369K is a lot of coin for no garage.