Stretching Sideways in Clearview’s Hamlet of Homelets, This One for $230K



Does navigating to and through a gated community in which all streets have the same name ever get confusing? Amid the 125 or so homes comprising The Park at Clearview, glommed onto the south side of S. Main St. just south of West Bellfort, a handful face the development’s main interior roadway. One of them, on a corner lot looking east from its fanciful entryway, popped up on the market on Monday. Asking price: $230,000.



Since the home’s floor plan runs wide on its 3,095-sq. ft. lot, the front roomage lines up living and dining . . .


kitchen . . .


and a table-sized corner spot. A slider door opens to the patio. The solid door provides garage access. And somewhere in the mix, there’s a utility room.



The listing mentions a fresh paint job in 2013.


There are 3 bedrooms. The master (above) is a 13-ft. square, but the space gets some lift from a vaulted ceiling:


The secondary bedrooms measure 10 ft. by 10 ft.





The Texas Medical Center is a straight shot (of 4 or so miles) up S. Main St. from the below-the-Loop community. The K. Hovnanian Homes development was built between 2006 and 2009. Home sizes range from 1,272 sq. ft (like this one) to 2,372 sq. ft. But don’t get your Clearviews confused — the more recently built neighboring community of Clearview Villa Place has 2 streets similarly though not identically named.

Off South Main

7 Comment

  • I love the many “roads to nowhere” in this part of town.

  • Blah. Ugly, overpriced, questionable location. Doesn’t even have a fireplace.

  • Fireplace? In Houston? Surely you’re joking.

  • It does get cold in Houston, albeit not very often. And on a cold evening it’s ambiance is nice to have. Every high end house has them.

  • Outside of the house one of the top worst I have ever seen lot is to small home is kinda small and the house is to close to the first station that is about 2 to 3 blks away

  • Yank wrote: Fireplace? In Houston? Surely you’re joking.

    Every house (and at least one apartment) I’ve ever lived in in Texas (since I’ve been old enough to remember) has had a fireplace. That includes houses built in the 60s, 70s and 00s, as well as the 1929 Montrose cottage I owned for a decade.

  • Yes, way too much to live out there. Pass.