1802 Cherryhurst St.
Houston, TX 77006
Square footage: 1,173
The lowdown: Designed by Hermon Lloyd, the renowned architect responsible for the famed Houston Astrodome, this classic, 1930-built bungalow is an ideal marriage of original charm and necessary updates. Currently occupied by the home's second owner, the property has been painstakingly maintained and kept as original as possible through the decades.
Modern updates to the residence include installation of a tankless water heater, full HVAC and duct replacement in 2013, the addition of a sprinkler system, a mostly remodeled bathroom (the tub is a gorgeous original), and modern interior lighting.
Both bedrooms and the living room look out onto the quiet nearby park, and Victorian French doors open to a screened porch where the original swing looks out toward the street. There's ample driveway parking and with a three-car garage, along with professional landscaping and lighting to ensure the home is as desirable outside as it is inside.
There is also a separate garage apartment that measures 658 square feet and features one bedroom and bathroom, as well as a large kitchen and living area with loads of windows throughout.
This home is on the market with Bryan Beene of Compass. Click here to see more photos, details, and to contact the agent.