Last week we covered a great deal on a recently remodeled 3 BR/3BA single-family home listed at $315k in Spring Branch off of Ridgecrest. This week’s Deal of the Week is priced even better for over $50k less!
This remodeled home at 10038 Haddington Drive comes fully upgraded with all new guts including double-pane windows, extra insulation, and new plumbing. It’s also located in a great neighborhood called Spring Branch Woods with a location that is hard to beat being just a stone’s throw away from i-10 and the Bunker Hill shopping center.
The Price: $259,900
This home was just listed and is priced to sell at $259,900 or $172.58 per square foot. Prices in the Spring Branch Woods neighborhood vary from around $200k for a completely original property up to $350k and up for a complete remodel (but larger than this home).
Why You’ll Love It …
This remodel was done nicely and best of all, the flippers didn’t ignore the important stuff. For example, it’s got all new plumbing, HVAC system, double pane windows, recessed lighting, and even extra blown-in insulation. If you have school-age children, you’ll also love living within walking distance to the elementary school and park.
The biggest reason we think you’ll love this home is that the backyard is huge and comes with a great wood deck that’s ready for some nice outdoor furniture and maybe some string lights! Oh and there are also a few trees that provide great shade!
The location is also excellent: you’re just one block away from Gessner and just a few blocks from Longpoint and Hammerly to the North and to the South. You can hop on the newly optimized Gessner that just underwent a year or two of construction to i10 or 290, giving you easy access to the 610 Loop, The Galleria and much more.
… And Why You Might Not
This is a great little remodel that is perhaps a little on the smaller size, coming in at 1,506 SqFt, it doesn’t leave a whole lot of room to grow. Also, the front exterior isn’t that appealing although some good landscaping could change that.
You also may not be too fond of the drainage ditches in the front yard that is in fact pretty common for older Spring Branch neighborhoods.
Otherwise, it looks like a winner.