In the market for a historical home inside the Loop but just can’t find one that fits your budget? Why, here’s the 6-bedroom mansion that former Houston Post publisher and Governor William P. Hobby had built in 1929 — it’s only $2,385,000! And it looks nothing like an airport! In Braeswood, just a few blocks from the Med Center, the stately Tudor at 2115 Glen Haven has been available since the middle of August.
Wanna get closer?
The 6,331-sq.-ft. home was designed by Harry D. Payne. It’s just across Main St. from the bike trails along Brays Bayou. County records show that it was remodeled in 1995. Inside, there’s plenty of room to spread out, and plenty of rooms to spread out in:
The living room measures 34 ft. by 19 ft.
The parlor measures 21 ft. by 15 ft.
And the library 24 ft. by 17 ft.
And the dining room 28 ft. by 17 ft.
All 6 of the bedrooms are upstairs, including the master, which is about as big as an efficiency in Montrose at almost 300 sq. ft.:
The rest of the bedrooms and baths:
Through a gated driveway, at the rear of the house, is a 3-car garage . . .
. . . and what the listing names the “Governess Suite,” which county records show was built in 1998:
Which has its own kitchen and 1 bedroom:
The lot is 30,861 sq. ft.
The asking price comes with a $100 monthly maintenance fee.
- 2115 Glen Haven Blvd. [HAR]