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Light-filled midcentury home in Houston asks $890K

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The kitchen was featured in Better Homes & Gardens in 1966

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Location: Houston, Texas

Price: $890,000

Built in 1964 by long-time Houston architect Tom Mckittrick as his own personal residence, this two-bedroom, two-bath home in Texas boasts a ton of midcentury style. With interior brick walls, extensive poured terrazzo, and floor-to-ceiling glass windows, the home has a light and airy feel throughout.

An open layout includes a formal living room that opens to the dining room via sliding white partition doors. The dining room looks out onto the patio outside, and just around the corner is an original kitchen that was featured in Better Homes & Gardens in 1966.

First constructed as a three-bedroom home, two bedrooms were combined to form a larger master with a redwood-walled master bath and navy cabinetry. In addition to the main living spaces, the property includes a guest house that was added in the early 1970s. This dramatic two-story loft space also features another bath, and both structures face a manicured backyard with plenty of outdoor entertaining space.

Listed for $890,000, 1111 Guinea Drive just hit the market and is on sale now.