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A showcase of warm detailing and artful accents, 4812 Wedgewood demonstrates sophistication in every corner. Travertine, wood and marble floors. Wood shutters throughout. SEE attached Floor Plan. This Bellaire neighborhood is very quiet yet so easy to access the Medical Center, Downtown, the Galleria and Reliant. No Flooding in Harvey or any previous event. Zoned to Bellaire High and Condit Elementary but also very near Pin Oak Middle, Episcopal High and the Post Oak School. Immaculate! The house has only been occupied about 6 months a year by these original owners. Opulent Master suite downstairs. Wide covered back porch has a built-in kitchen with a DCS grill. The well-outfitted Kitchen has Thermador double ovens and 6-burner gas range, Bosch DW. 3 ACs: 2 are 2017, one is 2016.
Geo Market Area:
Bellaire Area
Building Sq Ft:
4,794
Legal Description:
LT 23 BLK 2 WEST POST OAK
Sq Ft Source:
Appraisal District
Stories:
2
Year Built:
2006
Year Built Source:
Appraisal District
Garage Spaces:
2

Location

Subdivision:
West Post Oak
Zip Code Extension:
2830
State:
TX
County:
Harris

Schools

Elementary:
CONDIT ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
Middle:
PERSHING MIDDLE SCHOOL
High:
BELLAIRE HIGH SCHOOL
District:
Houston
In City Limits:
Unknown
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Bellaire Outside Loop

Bellaire, affectionately referred to as the “City of Homes,” is an incorporated city in the heart of the Houston area, quickly recognized by its red street signs, with its own police, recreation, and fire departments.

     In 1909, W. W. Baldwin bought 9,700 acres of the DeMoss Ranch and the original townsite was part of that purchase. At that time, it was named Westmoreland Farms and it was home to many grazing cows. In 1911, Bellaire was registered and, in June 1918, incorporated as a city.

     By 1919, Bellaire had grown to 25 homes. The growth continued and by 1939, Bellaire had 330 residences. During that year, Bellaire adopted its first zoning ordinances and, after World War II, the housing boom exploded. By 1960, there were over 6,000 homes.

     During the 1980s, the need for “close in” housing escalated. Builders and developers began to focus on the small bungalow two bedroom, one bath homes that lined the large, treed Bellaire streets. The bungalow is being replaced by beautiful two and three story new construction homes that reflect various architectural styles. Strong zoning requirements enhance and protect the residential and neighborhood qualities of Bellaire life.

    Today, Bellaire offers award-winning schools, beautiful parks, a variety of recreational facilities, excellent libraries as well as immediate access to the 610 Loop just a short distance from the world-renowned Texas Medical Center, The Galleria, various business districts and a wide assortment of cultural events.

     Bellaire continues to be a highly sought-after neighborhood by newcomers to Houston. This truly outstanding community harmoniously blends small town living with big city amenities.

Listed By: Keller Williams Realty

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