This charming bungalow sits in the heart of Montrose, one of Houston’s most vibrant and trendy neighborhoods. The property features cedar hardwoods throughout, high ceilings, and a plethora of windows. Each bathroom features a soaking tub for ultimate relaxation. Patio space is infinite and filled with greenery and lots of sitting areas. This home features a fully functional guest house as well, complete with a bedroom, kitchen, en-suite, and large living room.
The main house is split into two units (front and back). Back is owner occupied. A better view of the pristine porch! A nice stone walkway leads up to the porch, encased by two concrete columns. The mosaic windows stand out and add an element of luxury to the home. The little lantern will illuminate your way at night!
Back unit of main house. Expansive living room. Built-in bookcases are perfect for books, accolades, statuettes, and more. The archway separates the two rooms but maintains that open-floor feel. Built-in cabinetry is perfect for stowing away blankets or games. These ceilings are infinitely high.
Back unit of main house. An angle of the living into the dining room. Cedar planks line the floors and contrast the white bookshelves perfectly. Pop a chandelier in here for extra decadence. The curved archways are a great compliment to the straight lines of the shelves.
Back unit of main house. Another view of the lavish living room. A plush rug and a sumptuous sofa like this are perfect for making the space feel refined yet comfy. Custom trim lines the ceilings and baseboards. Natural light bounces off the bright walls.
Back unit of main house. This room functions as a sunroom or an office. A triad of huge windows brings light in and provides a nice view of the garden. These hardwoods truly glow with all the sun.
Back unit of main house. If you wanted to turn this space into an office, the short wall in between the rooms allows for the perfect amount of privacy. These windows are massive and their light makes the perfect reading nook.
Back unit of main house. A view from the sun room to the patio. A wooden veranda blends nicely with the fence and the wooden blanks below. A lantern illuminates the outdoor space, perfect for entertaining guests. There is plenty of room for outdoor seating or a grill. The huge door brings even more light inside.
Back unit of main house. Artisanal kitchen. A geometric inlay makes the window pop and brightens up the cooking space. The gas cooktop is the perfect place to hone your culinary talents. Shiny tiles radiate in the sun.
Back unit of main house. The cabinetry encases the appliances perfectly. Recessed cans illuminate the countertops along with under-cabinet lighting.
Back unit of main house. The kitchen has a built in serving station, perfect for the holidays. The open floor plan expands the space and draws attention to those sky high ceilings! The light gray walls are the perfect background for artwork. Note the built-in display shelves to the left.
Back unit of main house. Another angle of the dining room.
Back unit of main house. Plenty of room for extra seating like this—the perfect place to read a book with your morning coffee. Natural light flows in beautifully.
Back unit of main house. Majestic master bedroom. Another triad of windows lightens the space. Double doors lead to the closets and blend well with the light walls. A king bed fits easily here. Your feet won’t get cold on the plush carpeting!
Back unit of main house. Minimalistic master bathroom. Large gray tiles line the floor and complement the walls nicely. Elevated rectangular window brings in natural light while maintaining privacy. The soaking tub features a showerhead for both options at once.
Back unit of main house. Commode is thoughtfully tucked away behind a short border wall. Overhead windows bring natural light in and add extra dimension to the room. A spunky mirror like this works as a functional accent piece.
Back unit of main house. Take a nice bubble bath after a long day at work and let the stress melt away. A shelf underneath the shower head is ideal for storing your shower essentials.
Downstairs Garage Apartment
Efficiency apartment under the garage apartment. No kitchen.
Efficiency apartment under garage apartment. A wooden door leads to the en suite bathroom where those gorgeous gray tiles are featured again. Add some artwork like this for the perfect kid’s room.
Efficiency apartment under garage apartment. En suite bath. The built-in cabinetry adds just the right amount of extra storage space. A small step leads up to the toilet for a royal bathroom experience. A sconce illuminates the room. The little countertop has a cutout for your most-used bathroom products.
Upstairs Garage Apartment
Garage apartment - This one comes with a plethora of shelves for art, baskets, books, and more. There is room for a queen mattress and extra seating. The overhead fan is great for nighttime white noise and keeping it extra cool while you slumber. Little windows brighten up the room.
Garage apartment - This bedroom is very spacious. With broad walls and the massive shelves, creativity can abound for any occupant. Large windows are encased in a chestnut trim for a pop of color.
Garage apartment - A closet is tucked away in the corner and doesn’t distract from the majesty of the space. An open wall maintains privacy while expanding the room further. A mirror like this is great for exercising or doing yoga! This room connects to the kitchen.
Garage apartment - Guest kitchen. With the plants overhead it feels like you’re cooking in a treehouse! Appliances fit in perfectly with the chestnut shelves. The handcrafted railing adds an aura of antique splendor to the space.
Garage apartment - A closer look at this unique kitchen. The handcrafted splendor radiates with the natural light. Look how cute the microwave looks in its home! Open-faced cabinets make finding the perfect spice easy.
Garage apartment - Guest bathroom. Light maroon tiles coat the sink in modern elegance and pop against the white theme. Underneath the sink is more cabinetry for extra storage. Little wooden shutters add privacy.
Garage apartment - Soaking tub and shower are great for those who are indecisive about how they want to wind down. The window brings in natural light and makes the shelves a great home for plants like these. Custom trim lines the window.
Garden house / no plumbing - Another spacious room with a grand bookshelf. Wooden trim lines the room and pairs perfectly with the hardwood floors.
Garden house / no plumbing - Just look at those high ceilings! Huge windows brighten the space and the green doors add another pop of color.
Garden house / no plumbing - This cutout is ideal for an office. Note the unique window at the top of the frame.
Garden house / no plumbing - The shelving adds extra storage and places for artwork.
Expansive laundry room for all tenants to use. Wooden walls keep the artisanal feel and match the table nicely. A built in shelf above adds extra storage.
Yellow door goes to the upstairs garage apartment. To the right of the yellow door is the utility room. To the left is the efficiency apartment (no kitchen).
Garden house (no plumbing). The white planks and green door are a reflection of the nature surrounding the structure. String lights make it look cozy and welcoming. Large stones make the perfect path. The green doesn’t stop!