Can a Mod in Piney Point Estates eke out a new life, or is there a dozer in its future? And if it’s getting torn down, will 1 or 2 homes rise on the lot? This nearly intact 1960 home on 1.37 acres could go either way, its listing, posted yesterday, says. Priced at $999K, the slightly shaggy property has had some recent updates, such as a new roof and zoned HVAC. It’s located east of Gessner Rd. and north of Westheimer Rd.
Slate tile in the entry (above) echoes the mullion pattern of the picture window facing the front yard. In its current state, most of the common rooms stick with white walls and near-natural stained wood trim. Plus a fair amount of caramel-colored carpet:
The kitchen, however, flips that color code, with paneled walls and light cabinetry.
At the back of the 3,060-sq.-ft. home, the family room has a wall of windows (somewhere behind all the draperies):
Two of the bedrooms are downstairs, including the master suite, where a plethora of grid patterns intersect . . .
particularly in the master bathroom:
The bedroom next door . . .
has access to the full bathroom in the hallway, which currently displays the same combo of grids and grit:
One of the 2 bedrooms upstairs skipped its closeup. Here’s the other one, though:
They share the upstairs bathroom:
A camera shy storage room (beyond the door above) across the carport’s parking area comes with a bathroom. In the yard beyond that, a workshop makes its cheerful presence known:
Only 1 of its doors has an easy-up entry, however:
The listing includes plenty of exterior photos:
Somewhere on the grounds, there’s a patio. And in it . . .
- 13 W. Shady Ln. [HAR]