Gorgeous downtown view from the front yard!! Located in Houston's historic Northside in the Allen AC subdivision. Named after the Allen brothers, the founders of Houston on August 30, 1836. Beautiful redos and new construction all around. This prime location is minutes away from The Heights, Downtown, Hardy Yards, Fulton Yards, University of Houston Downtown Campus, St Arnold's Brewery, Minute Maid, Discovery Green read more and so much more! This home has been rented to the same tenant for many, many years. It is now ready for someone to take it and make it what they truly want. Being sold as is. Could use some TLC. An excellent investment area! About 3 blocks to the light rail. So close to so many cool and important spots.
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Last Updated: May 21st, 2021. Source: HARMLS
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