we currently sit in a quarantine, social distancing life, I have
experienced some amazing and positive life events: I celebrated a
somewhat mild-stone birthday on March 25, I got engaged that very same
day even though we were supposed to be in London having Afternoon Tea at
the Ritz, and I started buying more gym equipment from Amazon that I am
actually using at home daily.
my new fiance and I are taking more walks and bike rides around our
historical Heights neighborhood, Sunset Heights to be exact, I can't
help but find this neighborhood fascinating! Sunset Heights was
established as far back as when Houston was born. Every home is unique
in and of itself. You have the modern homes, contemporary homes,
victorian homes, the classic bungalows, the craftsman homes and all of
them with different colors, patterns, shapes, heights, landscapes,
jungles of landscapes sometimes! And don't get me started on the trees
that surround this area. Just down the street from where I live, there
is a tree that extends literally from one house on one side of the road
and touches another home's 2nd floor balcony on the other side of the
road - breathtaking.
am in awe when I pass by the veteran homes, the ones that have been
nestled here for over 40 years that still have huge lots - front yards,
backyards, side yards. And yet, I'm also in awe of the astoundingly
newly developed, 3500+ square foot homes that may take up the entire lot
and have minimal yard space, but stands proud to be a part of the
Sunset Heights architectural scene. They sore with beauty and
neighborhood continues to develop new homes; nine recently finished
construction just down my street alone this past year - as well as homes
for lease and for sale that pop up on the market continuously.
I will continue to explore and showcase my love for Sunset Heights,
please feel free to send me a neighborly email or phone call to discuss
more information on any private rentals, home buying options or general
information about the area.