Located in the heart of Montrose, this 1920's home is a contributing structure of First Montrose Commons a
Historic District. Own a part of Houston's history in one of the early developments of town. Originally developed as a "suburb" of Houston, the Lockhart, Connor & Barziza Addition was developed in the late 1800's. It now features newly poured concrete streets and sidewalks and is ready for more exciting read more changes. Minutes to downtown, Highway 69, Spur 527, Midtown, Upper Kirby, West University, and more. This 3 bedroom home features a beautiful large oak tree that could be a focal point of your backyard. All bedrooms are located upstairs. Interior walls were just painted & roof and air conditioning have been updated, while the windows, doors, and trim are all mostly original. The home could be lived in and then restored with historic touches. The Historic District does NOT allow 3-4 story home development to preserve the original beauty of the neighborhood.
This listing is courtesy of the listing agent Evan Compean (#SOLDIT), with the office Champions Real Estate Group.
All data for this listing was last updated on November 29, 2018 at 07:46AM.
Source: Houston Association of Realtors