Heights-River Oaks-Montrose homes sold: See some of the properties fetching buyers in July 2020

2214 Kane St., Houston: Originally built in 1883, this is among the oldest homes in Houston, according to HAR, and is a protected historic landmark. The home features a wraparound front porch, a stained glass door and a completely updated interior, including a restored original staircase. 4 bed, 2.5 bath / 2,247 sq. ft. Sold for $717,001-$827,000 on July 16. (Courtesy Houston Association of Realtors)
2214 Kane St., Houston: Originally built in 1883, this is among the oldest homes in Houston, according to HAR, and is a protected historic landmark. The home features a wraparound front porch, a stained glass door and a completely updated interior, including a restored original staircase. 4 bed, 2.5 bath / 2,247 sq. ft. Sold for $717,001-$827,000 on July 16. (Courtesy Houston Association of Realtors)

2214 Kane St., Houston: Originally built in 1883, this is among the oldest homes in Houston, according to HAR, and is a protected historic landmark. The home features a wraparound front porch, a stained glass door and a completely updated interior, including a restored original staircase. 4 bed, 2.5 bath / 2,247 sq. ft. Sold for $717,001-$827,000 on July 16. (Courtesy Houston Association of Realtors)

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758 E. 17th St., Houston: This Heights Craftsman bungalow was expanded and includes a family room as well as a workroom/storage building and a carport. 3 bed, 2 bath / 1,725 sq. ft. Sold for $627,001-$717,000 on July 30. (Courtesy Houston Association of Realtors)
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3443 Inwood Drive, Houston: The "Bellemore" includes a chef's kitchen, a wet bar and a glass-enclosed wine room. 6 bed; 7 full, 2 half baths / 11,900 sq. ft. Sold for $7,805,001-$9,000,000 on July 21. (Courtesy Houston Association of Realtors)
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2 Tiel Way, Houston: According to its HAR listing, this home's design—by architect Christopher Robertson—pays homage to the original home on the site, a design by MacKie and Kamrath, a Houston architecture firm that was itself inspired by Frank Lloyd Wright. The property includes a ravine garden and an available adjacent lot open for use. 4 bed, 4.5 bath / 6,540 sq. ft. Sold for $5,864,001-$6,767,000 on July 15. (Courtesy Houston Association of Realtors)
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1832 Marshall St., Houston: This update of a 1937 home in the Winlow Place neighborhood of the Montrose area features modern refinements, including an open floor plan and touch LED lighting. 4 bed, 3.5 bath / 3,007 sq. ft. Sold for $1,082,001-$1,242,000 on July 15. (Courtesy Houston Association of Realtors)
Among the homes that sold in the Heights-River Oaks-Montrose area in July 2020 are two stunning River Oaks mansions, one of the oldest homes in Houston and an expanded Craftsman bungalow.

Scroll through the gallery above to see more details about some of these recent single-family home purchases inside the Loop.


Home sales data is provided by the Houston Association of Realtors.
By Matt Dulin
Matt joined Community Impact Newspaper in January 2018 and is the City Editor for Houston's Inner Loop editions.


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