Heights-River Oaks-Montrose homes sold: Look at five purchases from September 2020

717 E. 24th St., Houston: This Heights home features high ceilings and an open floorplan as well as multiple decks offering a treehouse-like perspective. 4 bed, 4 bath/3,199 sq. ft. Sold for $1,425,001-$1,638,000 on Oct. 30. (Courtesy Houston Association of Realtors)
717 E. 24th St., Houston: This Heights home features high ceilings and an open floorplan as well as multiple decks offering a treehouse-like perspective. 4 bed, 4 bath/3,199 sq. ft. Sold for $1,425,001-$1,638,000 on Oct. 30. (Courtesy Houston Association of Realtors)

717 E. 24th St., Houston: This Heights home features high ceilings and an open floorplan as well as multiple decks offering a treehouse-like perspective. 4 bed, 4 bath/3,199 sq. ft. Sold for $1,425,001-$1,638,000 on Oct. 30. (Courtesy Houston Association of Realtors)

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2217 Union St., Houston: The historic landmark Hermann Loock House dates back to the 1890s. 2 bed, 1 bath/1,019 sq. ft. Sold for $370,001-$420,000 on Oct. 9. (Courtesy Houston Association of Realtors)
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3214 Locke Lane, Houston: This historic landmark home in the River Oaks area is built in the Colonial Revival style. 5 bed, 4.5 bath/3,524 sq. ft. Sold for $1,638,001-$1,888,000 on Oct. 1. (Courtesy Houston Association of Realtors)
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1221 W. Drew St., Houston: This 1919 Craftsman bungalow has been fully updated throughout, including an owner's retreat and sunroom that could serve as a home office. 2 bed, 2 bath/1,719 sq. ft. Sold for $627,001-$717,000 on Oct. 23. (Courtesy Houston Association of Realtors)
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3215 Sackett St., Houston: A modern home design by the architecture studio George Allen Cole uses glass and cumaru wood for a contemporary feel. 4 bed, 2 full and 2 half bath/4,812 sq. ft. Sold for $1,888,001-$2,176,000 on Oct. 19. (Courtesy Houston Association of Realtors)

Among the properties that sold in the Heights-River Oaks-Montrose area in October are two Houston historical landmarks, a treehouse-inspired home, a sleek modern dwelling in Upper Kirby and an updated 1919 bungalow.

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



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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