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North Loop bungalow with backyard guest house seeks $830K

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A move-in ready property twice over

A single-story white house with a teal front door and a carport built over the right side driveway.
The bungalow at 5406 Avenue H.
SEED Property Group

It’s been a good week for North Loop listings. First, there was the petite but lovely Avenue G house that proved good things can come in small packages. Next up, this nearly twice-as-large (and twice as costly) Avenue H bungalow with an added bonus in the backyard.

The house has loads of curb appeal, with two large and lush trees and a delightful teal front door. Inside the home, the palette takes a turn to decidedly more neutral hues. The kitchen is done up with white cabinetry, stainless steel appliances, and standout stone countertops. Dark stained wood floors carry throughout the entirety of the 1,560-square-foot house, minus the three full bathrooms.

The master bedroom’s en suite bathroom is small but charming in black and white tile, with a windowed stall shower and an adjacent walk-in closet. The home’s remaining two bedrooms share a full hall bathroom.

The utterly unique aspect of this property is its backyard guest house. The space sits atop a covered storage area, elevating it above the windows of the main house. Inside the open-concept living space there’s a small kitchenette, a full bathroom, and room enough for a couch and a bed. And of course, we’d be remiss not to mention the teal floors. Take a look for yourself below.

The property at 5406 Avenue H is on the market for $830,000 with Annette Patterson at SEED Property Group.

A narrow living room with a teal stiped sofa along one wall and a console with a TV on it across the room. Two black and white prints of leaves hang above the sofa.
The front door opens into the house’s living room. The kitchen is on the other side of the far wall.
A kitchen with a peninsula features white cabinets, subway tile backsplash, and stainless steel appliances.
The kitchen features white cabinetry and unique stone countertops.
A bed with a linen tufted headboard and white bedding is pushed against one wall. There are to midcentury style end tables and an orange bench at the bottom of the bed. The walls are beige.
The master bedroom.
The bathroom’s best feature might be its windowed shower.
The backyard, with a small patch of grass and a large guest house with purple and white walls and an angled roof.
The backyard guest house sits above an open storage area.
The guest house has an open concept floorplan, with a small kitchenette, a purple couch, a bed, and teal floors.
See those teal floors?