Berry Bayou’s banks lie behind an aqua-tipped and aqua-tinted 1962 mod in Meadowcreek Village. The ravine lot property popped up on the market today, with a $99,900 asking price. Many of the home’s original details are intact:
Sputnik is still passing overhead, for example, in the foil-papered entry hall. Carpet with a deep texture finishes out the berry blue front room, its purpose up for grabs as a living or dining space, the listing suggests:
Elsewhere in Aqualand, even the kitchen sink has the blues . . .
and the views:
The 1,850-sq.-ft. home’s combo dining-living space has a slightly vaulted ceiling accented by a spine that matches the paneling. Nipped in, original pendant lights still throw a little attitude as well as lumens in the breakfast nook:
On the other side of the room-dividing planter, the family room handles fireside chats — and access to the driveway and back patio:
The 2 full bathrooms have kept much of their original tile. In the hallway, the shared one is blue (of course). Were the countertop’s accent inserts an update at some point?
The master bathroom is a peachy number with a pebbly countertop insert:
An exterior photo shows sliding doors on the master bedroom and its bathroom window. That back-of-house layout also helps place all 3 bedrooms on that side of the home. All of them are 10-ft. cubes (and camera shy). Not so the back lot, featured in these views:
The home is a quarter-mile northeast of the intersection of Old Galveston Rd. and Richey St.