On a cul-de-sac’s wedge lot in The Woodlands neighborhood of Cochran’s Crossing, an updated 1987 home with an outdoor oasis (top) has back fence access to forested pathways and a putting green of The Woodlands Country Club’s Palmer course. The park-like property teed off in early April, but sank its asking price by $30,100 earlier this week to rest at $269,900.
A 2-sided chimney stakes a claim between the living and dining areas, which share a view of the back yard’s poolside retreat:
Funky lighting fixtures and other artsy touches finish out the eat-in kitchen:
The 1,800-sq.-ft. home has 3 bedrooms. Here’s the master suite . . .
and here’s what lies beyond its French doors:
The master bathroom offers a shower-only layout and a design mix of glass brick dividers with beadboard ceiling:
Two secondary bedrooms, each with one 10-ft. dimension . . .
share the other full bathroom, which also blends new and old-timey features:
The woodlands of The Woodlands are all around the 15,240-sq.-ft. lot, much of which has been filled with a curving pool and multi-level patio:
A gate in the fence, barely visible on the left in the photo above, accesses pathways on the greenbelt adjacent to . . .
a 4-hole putting green (and adjacent sand trap and chipping green beyond that) of the Woodlands Country Club’s Palmer Golf Course, most of which lies to the north, across nearby Lake Woodlands Pkwy.:
There’s an open house at the property Sunday afternoon.
- 39 Cottage Grove Pl. [HAR]
I like it even more now.
Ugg… Pulte home with bad updates. It doesn’t know what style it wants to be.
Screw the house, I love the grounds. Lose the aspidistras, though; aucubas would be much nicer if excess shade is the issue. Azaleas or camellias would be nice if there was light filtered by the tall pines; channeling Bayou Bend here. Sorry for not being more native, but native shade plants are hard to come by.
I give you a light pat on the ass for “Par Tee Time.” Good game.