Weekend Open House Tour: Lazybrook

Welcome to Lazybrook, a sleepy little northwest corner of the Loop that really only gets riled up when White Oak Bayou decides it wants some action! These four lazy homes will be open this weekend . . . if you feel at all like stopping by. Or not. Whatever.

1811 Tattenhall Dr., Lazybrook, Houston

Location: 1811 Tattenhall Dr.
Details: 3 bedrooms, 2 baths; 1,652 sq. ft.
Price: $288,000
The Scoop: 1957 ranch with selective updates, including Lone Star pattern in leaded-glass front door, ceiling fans, crown molding, and “marbleized look formica” countertops. Back yard has small wooden deck on top of pavers; sprinkler system. On market since mid-January; $7K price cut in March.
Open House: Sunday, 2-5 pm

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1839 Widdicomb Dr., Lazybrook, Houston

Location: 1839 Widdicomb Dr.
Details: 3 bedrooms, 2 baths; 1,614 sq. ft.
Price: $325,000
The Scoop: 1960-model brick ranch gutted, reshaped, and re-outfitted in a rich coffee-brown palette. Wood, tile, and slate floors; workshop in detached 2-car garage. Just listed.
Open House: Sunday, 2-4 pm

1810 Tannehill Dr., Lazybrook, Houston

Location: 1810 Tannehill Dr.
Details: 3 bedrooms, 2 1/2 baths; 1,926 sq. ft.
Price: $348,000
The Scoop: Classic 1956 ranch re-outfitted with granite countertops and stainless-steel appliances in the Kitchen, and builder Mediterranean tile in the bathrooms. Large deck in backyard with inset pond. On market for 2 months; reduced $6.9K already.
Open House: Sunday, 12:30-2:30 pm

1839 Salford Dr., Lazybrook, Houston

Location: 1839 Salford Dr.
Details: 3-4 bedrooms, 3 baths; 2,298 sq. ft.
Price: $349,000
The Scoop: Lots of stone brought into this large 1960 ranch redo on a corner lot: Flagstone front porch and patio; granite countertops; marble tile in bathrooms; slate floor tiles. Family Room has painted-brick fireplace, vaulted ceiling with A-line beams. Has been sitting on the market since just before Halloween. Four price cuts since — totaling $66K.
Open House: Saturday, noon-2 pm

One Comment

  • “What should we do about all this hideous oak paneling in the living room and the equally hideous oak cabinets in the kitchen?”

    “Hmm… We could tear out the paneling, or at least paint over it.”

    “No, no. We’ll leave it. I have something better in mind: granite! And stainless steel! It doesn’t matter if they don’t match the style or color scheme of the house — everyone’s doing it! They’ll never even notice all of the ghastly oak panels everywhere else…”