Neighborhood Guessing Game: Room To Run

This week marks the 98th round of Swamplot’s Neighborhood Guessing Game. And it’s the same game as ever: Guess the location of the pictured home and you’ll win a prize!

The prize this week: A one-year individual membership in the Rice Design Alliance!

What happens if more than one of you happen upon the right neighborhood? We’ll award the prize to the player who provided the best explanation for the guess.

As always, this is a game for guessers. If you already know this property, or if you come across it while we’re playing the game, please don’t blurt out the answer and spoil the fun for everyone else. Instead, make the game even more fun by playing by these special rules: First, send Swamplot an email with a link to the listing — so we know what you’re doing. Then submit an incorrect guess, but make it sound extremely plausible — just to throw the other players off. If you do this well, you’ll earn special recognition when the winner is announced. And if nobody guesses the actual neighborhood, that winner could be you!

Ready to see more photos?


Are you picking up the scent? Keep sniffing!

Now just enter your guess in the comments. And come back Thursday to find out the answer!

Photos: HAR

8 Comment

  • I would say Copperfield! I’ve shown lots of these houses in that area, nice floor plan.

  • Gaywood, where else?

  • I’ll say Hearthstone. I spy early 80’s cabinetry, fixtures and vanities.

    Hopefully the new owners will repaint over the present baby poop shade.

  • Spring Valley

  • Yeah, it looks generic suburban, kinda, but I’m gonna go out on a limb and say it’s early West U. new construction pre-1985. One story, before they got all Tuscan crazy. Grandpa probably cashed out of Shell when oil prices went back up and Grandma likes country furniture. To keep her from blowing their retirement savings at Finger Furniture, he bought her some paint rollers and a gift certificate to Sherwin Williams (the New Southwest palette.)

  • It’s got fire sprinkler heads on the ceilings. Doesn’t that mean West University?

  • It looks like the Briar Forest/Kirkwood/Dairy Ashford area?

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