This postwar property in Washington Terrace appears to be especially animal friendly, what with the horsey sculpture frolicking out front (above) and an embossed elephant tending the front door (at right).
But more decorative critters linger within the artsy 1945 home, where bursts of color glow in hues far brighter than the taupe visible at curbside.
Texas Southern University is 2 blocks southeast of the home. When the property re-listed at the end of 2014, its initial $390K asking price dropped to $310K the same day. That was about a month after its week at $430K — in a short-lived previous listing in November 2014.
More elephants roam in the lavender-and-brown living room, joining the stone hounds. Even some of the furniture has paws:
Confections continue in the frothy pink sitting room, where layers of opulent decor currently hang out above a more rustic floor covering:
Aging amber washes over the dining room, where animal forces appear to have been quelled for the most part:
The same goes for the kitchen, where a wash of sunshine yellow streams through glass panel doors into adjacent rooms:
What appears to be an interior hallway off the kitchen (above) leads to the 1,736-sq.-ft. home’s 3 bedrooms:
One of the 2 full bathrooms dressed up for its formal listing photo:
A pair of single-lane driveways flank the home, which occupies a 5,775-sq.-ft. lot. There’s also a poolscape with waters toned for St. Patrick’s Day:
Instead of a garage, there are quarters:
- 2806 Isabella St. [HAR]