Weekend Open House Tour: Maplewood and Maplewood South

This weekend we venture west of Meyerland to tour Maplewood and Maplewood South . . . where the 1960s come back to life — one way or another!

6110 Cheena Dr., Maplewood South, Houston

Location: 6110 Cheena Dr.
Details: 4 bedrooms, 2 baths; 2,216 sq. ft.
Price: $259,000
The Scoop: 1965 single-story brick home in Maplewood South. Laminate floors with some carpet. Den has raised, beamed ceiling, window seat, corner fireplace. New appliances and tile in Kitchen; large back yard. Listed since the end of March. Price cut twice, a total of $20.5K.
Open House: Sunday, 2-4 pm

Like what you see? There’s more, this way!


5842 Paisley Ln., Maplewood South, Houston

Location: 5842 Paisley Ln.
Details: 4 bedrooms, 2 baths; 2,283 sq. ft.
Price: $345,000
The Scoop: 1962 Pottery Barn Ranch in Maplewood South. New hardwood and Travertine tile floors. Large Breakfast Room; ceramic bowl sinks in Master Bath. Brick deck in back; large grassy area hidden between detached 2-car garage and back of house. On the market for less than 2 weeks.
Open House: Sunday, 2-4 pm

5454 Grape St., Maplewood, Houston

Location: 5454 Grape St.
Details: 3 bedrooms, 2 baths; 2,223 sq. ft.
Price: $349,900
The Scoop: Modernish 1960 single-story brick home with attached 2-car garage in Maplewood. Large Family Room with built-ins, open to granitized Kitchen and Breakfast Room. Very low wood deck off back of house; another in back of large back yard. Just listed.
Open House: Saturday, 1-3 pm, & Sunday, 2-4 pm

5815 Dumfries Dr., Maplewood South, Houston

Location: 5815 Dumfries Dr.
Details: 3 bedrooms, 3 baths; 3,191 sq. ft.
Price: $369,750
The Scoop: 1963 single-story brick ranch in Maplewood South, redone with recessed-can lighting and curving cabinetry. Curved Breakfast Room banquette faces curved corner window looking onto rear deck. Pool squeezed into back yard. On the market for 1 week.
Open House: Sunday, 2-4 pm

One Comment

  • This area is coming back like GANGBUSTERS!

    Maplewood North is the smaller of the two
    “directional” hoods, but is zoned to *tada*
    Bellaire HS.

    There is now in place a second generation of quality young families with kids.

    Fifteen years ago, this area could have headed the way Sharpstown did; I’m very pleased it did not.

    Highly recommended hoods!

    I’d avoid being:
    Next door to Brays Bayou
    Too close to the awful Fondren Middle School.
    Near the (relatively rare) lousy seventies-era Apts.

    It’s really a short list – and just a mile or less from the Loop.

    Check it out!