This sweet home in the central Bryker Woods neighborhood doesn’t hit you over the head with the drama, luxury, or high design many home buyers crave—and that is, in this case, a good and welcome thing. Built in the 1940s, the 1,834-square-foot is a sturdy, well-kept, and pleasant space that seems like a good place for people who want their abodes to be cozy and functional, abetting the lives lived in them instead of taking center stage.
The main home has two bedrooms and two bathrooms as well as a large living room and an office. Floors throughout are wood, concrete, and hard tile. One bedroom looks out on a pool and, beyond that, there’s a detached studio/office building. According to the listing, the plumbing in that building needs to be finished out, but it looks like fixtures and appliances are in place and ready to go once that happens.
The kitchen looks a bit retro in a quaint way, with tile counters and open cabinets.
One bedroom has an attached room for an office, yoga, reading, or whatever else the narrow space suits.
The master bathroom has a full tub and separate step-in shower, as well as storage/linen closet.
Across from the pool is a freestanding studio that needs some plumbing to be rentable as a residence.
• 3207 Beverly Road [Russell Mueller, Texas Land and Home Realty]