Location: 1635 Hawthorne Street, Houston, Texas
Year Built: 1930
Footprint: 1,646 square feet (two bedrooms, two baths)
Lot Size: 0.12 acres
From the Agent: "In Montrose, where the urban pulse harmonizes with artistic spirit, discover a residence that captures the essence of classic charm while embracing the modern. This quintessential bungalow, a testament to timeless architecture, is situated within walking distance of Lower Westheimer’s shops, tantalizing restaurants, and the cultural oasis of the Menil Collection. With a dedication to honoring the historical lineage of 1930s architecture, the current owner has embarked on a journey of thoughtful and extensive renovation, resulting in a masterfully reimagined abode that seamlessly bridges the past and the present. A symphony of design elements graces every corner, and the trim is hand-painted in Farrow & Ball or Chateau Domingue paint. Vintage windows, replete with hardware of yesteryears, stand as both a nod to history and a beacon of authenticity."
1635 Hawthorne Street in Houston, Texas, is currently listed for $850,000 by William Finnorn of Martha Turner Sotheby's International Realty.
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