Incredible Ravine views and quiet backyard

15BayouShadow

This little pocket of townhomes is a secret you need to discover. Located just off Gessner between Memorial and Briar Forest, zoned to excellent schools, and OH SO QUIET when you step into the lush backyard. This townhome backs to community HOA property that goes all the way to the bayou. And on the other side of the bayou is Crestbend….giving wonderful privacy, peace and quiet….can’t believe you are just off Gessner.

Lucky to live in Lakeview, Memorial living at it’s finest!

11839 Durrette, memorial Georgian-style one-story brick home with inviting front porch. Extensively updated and meticulously maintained Memorial home in a family-friendly neighborhood great for walking. This is Memorial living at it’s finest!  Lakeview is one of the loveliest neighborhoods in Memorial with mature tree canopy.  It adjoins Sandalwood and together the two communities thrive as neighborhood children grow up in a large contiguous area where they can ride their bikes to friends homes and ride the school bus to Frostwood Elementary, Memorial Middle, and Memorial High.

As an interesting sidenote there is only 3 months of inventory supply in homes between $1-2 million in zipcode 77024 but 10 months of inventory supply in 77079….one is a sellers market and one is a buyer’s market. Real estate is all local.

Ethans Glen charmer

87 Litchfield
The new Memorial Green development under construction on Memorial will only enhance this lovely townhome community. Soon Ethans Glen will be the “affordable” neighbor to $1-2million dollar homes with many of the same benefits….walkability to Fresh Market and Starbucks, plenty of PARKING, and great location. Check out the fabulous updates in this lovely townhome.

A tale of two properties …sold for lot or home?

6139 Valley Forge

6131 Valley Forge

These two Briargrove homes sold within 6 weeks of each other and just two doors down. They sold for the same sales price: $865,000. Who would have guessed which one would sell to be remodeled and which one sold to be torn down? Surprisingly the one with the slightly larger lot and smaller home sold to be remodeled. Lots are still in great demand and short supply.