Building a Modern-Style Home in Houston?

Houston remains the most diverse city in the nation! With all of that diversity comes many types of homebuilding styles! Modern Style homes have been one of the most popular architectural styles for many Houstonians for the past decade. If you are thinking of building a modern-style home in Houston, Texas, here’s everything you need…

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What is Acadian Southern Style?

What is Acadian-Southern Style? A traditional Acadian-style house has a steep-sloped and gabled roof and one-and-a-half stories of living space, often with a central staircase and rear kitchen. Typically, Acadian homes are constructed of brick or stone, and they often feature covered front porches and window shutters History of Acadian-Southern Style The history of Acadian-style…

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Custom Farmhouse Style Homes

What is Farmhouse Style? American farmhouse style homes were initially a matter of practicality: a wide, deep, apron-front sink simplified chores, you needed a long, sturdy table to serve your whole household, and room-spanning, hand-hewn, exposed ceiling beams were ubiquitous (because they kept your house standing). Just 1% of us live on farms these days,…

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What is a Transitional Style Home?

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The transitional home style is becoming more popular as homeowners embrace bold hybrid designs that tastefully merge the best of traditional and contemporary aesthetics. When caught between distinctly different design styles, homeowners find comfort in the uniqueness of an approach that’s hybrid in nature. Welcome to the transitional home style. Growing in popularity, transitional design…

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Home Remodeling Terminology

Whether it’s a small cosmetic remodel such as replacing bathroom fixtures, or a major down-to-the wall-studs overhaul of your kitchen or adding new space to your home, understanding the terminology your professional remodeler is using can be very helpful to ensure you get the finished project you want.As you interview potential contractors, this glossary of…

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10 REASONS TO REMODEL YOUR HOME NOW

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There are a number of reasons people choose to remodel their home. Maybe your family has outgrown the space or or maybe your looking to increase the value of your home. Remodeling can not only increase the value of your families nest, it can also make every one of your rooms more functional. If you…

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206 FLEETWAY DRIVE HOUSTON, TX 77024

Fixer-upper pick by Gryphon Builders

206 FLEETWAY DRIVEHOUSTON, TX 77024. Free home, this property is listed at lot value. My favorite starting point is an older one story ranch style home. This home starts out at 3,546 sf of living area with the options to expand out or up, easily gaining a larger home.

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674 SHARTLE CIRCLE HOUSTON, TX 77024

RENEWAL & RENOVATION PICK 674 SHARTLE CIRCLE HOUSTON, TX 77024

674 SHARTLE CIRCLE HOUSTON, TX 77024. Free home, this property is listed at lot value. A Lovely 1970 home with a contemporary vibe. Lots of good elements to work with from the pictures that are listed. This Hunters Creek Village Home is a wide open canvas to create something new while preserving the past.

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818 SAYBROOK LANE HEDWIG VILLAGE, TX 77024

818 SAYBROOK LANE HEDWIG VILLAGE, TX 77024. I see a great opportunities in this Hedwig Village Home and I Love 1 story homes as they are a wide open canvas to create something new.  You have the option to update the footprint and create a new Mid Century look for the home, to expanding the size of the home and creating your style of home. There is always the option to plan a new custom home for this sough after location.

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33 W Friar Tuck Lane, Houston, TX 77024

33 W Friar Tuck Lane, Houston, TX 77024

I see a great opportunities in this Memorial Estate home in Sherwood Forest at  33 W Friar Tuck Lane, Houston, TX 77024.  From the areil view listing prictures, the lot seams to be planed out well. This four acre spraling estate home built in 1945 was last remodeled in 1997 according to the HCAD. The photo Gallery shows a home with good bones but, a home that probably needs some energy and comfort updates along with personaliztion to the new owners style. Some areas of the home feel very dated, like the Kitchen and master bath.

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