Located 1 block from the Hike & Bike trail, close to Downtown Houston and protected by a COH Min Lot Size ordinance, this house is yet another First Ward pride and joy!
Once a vacant lot, there is now a Respectfully Built house on the corner! Located one block from the Metro Light Rail, and protected by a COH Minimum Lot Size Ordinance, she blends right in with her historic home neighbors!
This early 1910s house is located one block from the Metro Light Rail and protected by a COH Minimum Lot Size Ordinance. Packed with historic charm and features, she is also a Preservation Houston 2017 Good Brick Award winner!
This 1903 gem is getting its second wind! Located just 1 block from the Hike & Bike trail, close to Downtown Houston and protected by a City of Houston Min Lot Size ordinance, the new owners are simply ecstatic with their Respectfully Restored home!
Bright and colorful hues bring this 1883 Victorian back to life! Nestled in a quiet corner of the First Ward, this outstanding house with its wrap-around porch is a 2016 Good Brick Award winner and COH Protected Landmark – The Hirzel-von Haxthausen House!
We were rather adventurous with the exterior paint colors – but we think it has only enhanced the home’s elegance, beauty and grandeur!
Located on a corner lot, this sweet Craftsman bungalow is also within the High First Ward Historic District!
This Queen Anne house has such a beautiful elevation from the outside, and on the inside, its layout is thoughtful and functional. She was a joy to Respectfully Restore!
Moved from 5 blocks away, this historic Folk Victorian era home has been Respectfully Restored and is a 2016 Good Brick Award winner and COH Protected Landmark – The Bammel-Long House!
A front porch was essential in the time before air-conditioning and also encouraged a sense of neighborliness. This 1920s bungalow, with its wide front porch captures and celebrates that spirit and fosters a special sense of community!