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This beautiful Tudor traditional has a stately feel because of the dramatic pitched roof, bay window, boxed window, timbered gable, and generous setback in the popular Meyerland marketplace. Situated a short distance to sought-after Kolter Elementary School scheduled to be rebuilt per HISD. Only one time has the home taken on floodwaters (hurricane Harvey) and has been professionally remediated and is ready for buyers custom restoration. The home was thoroughly updated twice that includes kitchen, baths, windows, and features upgraded pool and decking.... much of which is savable. Pristine landscape sits on an oversized lot - 9396 ft.² per HCAD. Positioned well for either investor looking to renovate solid home or as future building site.
Geo Market Area:
Meyerland Area
Building Sq Ft:
2,133
Legal Description:
LT 27 BLK 5 MEYERLAND SEC 8 R/P A
Sq Ft Source:
Appraisal District
Stories:
1
Year Built:
1959
Year Built Source:
Appraisal District
Garage Spaces:
2

Location

Subdivision:
Meyerland Sec 08 R/P A
Zip Code Extension:
5330
State:
TX
County:
Harris

Schools

Elementary:
KOLTER ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
Middle:
MEYERLAND MIDDLE SCHOOL
High:
BELLAIRE HIGH SCHOOL
District:
Houston
In City Limits:
Yes
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Meyerland

Meyerland was developed by George Meyer in the mid-1950s. Actually, three generations of the Meyer family were instrumental in its ultimate development, beginning with Joseph F. Meyer, who was five when his family came to Houston after the Civil War. In the 1890s, Meyer started buying land southwest of Houston, eventually accumulating 6,000 acres of real estate.

George Meyer divided 1,200 acres into 2,700 lots with 80 acres reserved for a shopping center. He built brick, Contemporary-style homes with three and four bedrooms and two baths that were affordable enough to attract middle-income Americans. Meyer enacted and maintained stringent deed restrictions and strong architectural controls during and after development. Homes were required to have copper plumbing and covenants prohibited apartments and commercial enterprises.

In 1957, Meyerland Shopping Center was launched with an “Around the World in 80 Days” celebration by Meyer’s daughter, Leota Meyer Hess, the center’s manager. Look magazine called Meyerland a “state-of-the-art neighborhood” and, in 1958, House and Home claimed it was the “ideal plan for a subdivision.”

There are 2,300+ homes in Meyerland, a mix of one-story ranch style and newer construction. Many of the 1950-60s homes have been renovated and, thanks to sustained deed restrictions, the neighborhood has maintained its residential integrity. New and younger families are moving in, and many second-generation Meyerlanders are moving back. Meyerland Shopping Center was renovated in the 1990s and returned to a successful, bustling hub for shopping, dining, and entertainment.
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