Unlike the other townhomes in this 1992 Camp Logan 4-pak, the corner slot’s deep driveway is on the side. That frees up front-lot space for a gated entry and extra landscaping, all on view from the curvy balcony, as is Camp Logan Park across the street. The property stacks its taller portion on the back lot. Last week, the listing hit market with a $500,000 asking price.
Is the slightly rustic front patio for pets or people? The recessed staircase (top) lands on the second level’s vaulted living space, which has the balcony access. Large windows face west and east, but there’s only a sliver of light from the north:
The view across an interior courtyard shaded by the front wing looks toward the back wing (above), reached by a hallway lined with built-in shelving and windows:
Here’s the dining area, with an ever-so-slight bay window . . .
which is open to the kitchen:
The staircase (above) leads to the ground level’s master suite, which has a view of the interior courtyard:
The 2,471-sq.-ft. home has 2 secondary bedrooms on the third level, one of which . . .
gets a cedar-lined closet:
They share the second full bathroom. There’s also a half bath on the second level.
Curiously, the north face over the 2-car garage has just that one skinny window, barely visible beneath the creeping greenery:
Camp Logan Park across the street appears on maps as Rodrigo Park. Meanwhile, Memorial Park is located a few short blocks to the west.
The home last sold in 2006, for $475,000. Nearby, Unit C, which is the same size but on lot smaller than this 3,331-sq.-ft. one, is listed at $549,000 and is currently noted as pending.
- 6314 Taggart St. Unit A [HAR]
It was owned by Norris Womack, owner of Norris of Houston–once the largest barbershop in the world, and is across the street from other townhomes designed by the world-renowned firm Arquitectonica :)
I liek that area, but is there a grocery store within walking distance?
Annnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnd, it’s gone!