Time’s up! But . . . there’s no winner this week. None of you got it. We’ll keep the prize — a one-year individual membership in the Rice Design Alliance — to give away another time.
Where did you think this week’s home was? Meyerland, “some schlubby little neighborhood off West Airport,” Briargrove, “the area just north of I-10, south of 11th street, east of Westcott and west of Durham,” Westbury (2 guesses), Westchase, Nottingham Forest, Oak Forest, Memorial Hollow, Lakeside Estates, Walnut Bend, off 290 and the Beltway, Thornwood, Kirkwood and Briar Forest, the Heights, Clear Lake, Friendswood, “between T.C. Jester, Ella, 11th, and 18th,” First Colony, Fondren Southwest (2 guesses), Willowbrook near S. Post Oak, Willowbend, Willow Meadows, Briarmeadow, Glenshire, “one of the generic Champions wannabe neighborhoods out near Willowbrook or Jones Road,” and “below Woodlake in the neighborhood bounded by Westheimer, Fondren, Gessner & Richmond.”
Carol gets an honorable mention for being close, with Oak Forest.
So where is it?
Location: 1007 Creekmont Dr., Shepherd Park Terrace
Details: 3 bedrooms, 2 baths; 2,195 sq. ft. on a 9,820-sq.-ft. lot
The Scoop: 1970 Francophile brick hipped ranch on large lot in Shepherd Park Terrace, backing up to “The Community of Faith,” aka the King’s Dome. Air purifier system, water softener, and 4-ton AC unit; new toilets. Automatic iron gate; stainless steel appliances. On the market for 3 1/2 weeks; price cut $500 on Wednesday.
Oh, well. You’ll try harder in the next round, won’t you? It starts on Tuesday!