It’s not the largest of the townhomes lining West University’s Northern border, but it might be the tallest — and it’s certainly the whitest. The stucco contemporary’s listing at $485K mid-month points out the home was built in 1983, not the 1973 found on HCAD. A 3-story design amid 2-story neighbors, the front loader comes with a crow’s nest view north and west that takes in Greenway Plaza. H-E-B’s Buffalo Market is across and down the street.
Eighties sensibilities roll out in the foyer’s glass bricks and tubular railings (above). The 3,138-sq.-ft. home’s floor plan sites the living-dining and kitchen on the first floor:
The living room, at the back of the home, has a wide window (or is it sliders?) with a mystery view:
The galley kitchen’s cabinets, in a rich jewel tone, add some sparkle . . .
There’s a balcony off one of the rooms on the second floor, where the master suite is found:
As in the living room below it, the master’s fireplace is also tile-fronted and scaled to warm up a Houston winter:
A bedroom on the third floor has this space with access to an upper deck that’s open to the sky (and pictured at the top of this story):
The back of the 2,700-sq.-ft. lot appears to be a fully screened patio that leaves a lip of yard by the back fence:
- 3023 Bissonnet St. [HAR]