Neighborhood Guessing Game Over: Humble Addition

We have a winner!!!

No need to belabor where y’all guessed the home was this week: all over town . . . and circling widely as the contest was extended — twice.

Our prize, a 1-year individual membership to the Rice Design Alliance, goes to Eric, who laid low until the weekend and then guessed Atascocita. Why? Because

Every neighborhood I would’ve guessed has been mentioned.

Yes, this was a tough one. An honorable mention goes to NorhillJoe, whose spirit guide pointed the way to . . . Humble.

Before we give details on this week’s home, a quick word about sponsors: Swamplot has a few more RDA memberships to give out to first-place Neighborhood Guessing Game winners. But after that, we’ll be looking for prize sponsors. If you or your company or organization would like to earn some attention and appreciation from Swamplot readers by donating the prize for one or more of our games, please contact us at our advertising email address.

And now:


Location: 5614 Enchanted Timbers Dr., Oaks of Atascocita, Humble
Details: 4 bedrooms, 2 1/2 baths; 3,102 sq. ft. on a 7,820-sq.-ft. lot
Price: $159,900
The Scoop: Updated brick-faced 2-story 1977 Atascocita home just north of FM 1960 in Humble. Sunroom addition with sink and cabinets, covered porch facing pool. Sink in large walk-in Master Bedroom closet. Recent roof. On the market since last July. Price cut 5 times, for a total of $23.1K.

A lot of great entries from old and new players this time! Come back for our next round, which starts . . . tomorrow!

One Comment

  • This guy was darn close:

    From JPSivco:
    This is an early 1980’s special. The kitchen features a brown decorative tile grout that screams “I was buit in 1982!.” All of the kitchen and bath fixtures sing the backup vocals.

    Since there already are some awesome guesses on here (candlewood, champions), I have to go with another early 80’s suburban boomtown of Kingwood.

    The use of a sunroom with mulitple cieling fans tells me it is not on or near a major street or highway. So kingwood – a dense part!