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SWRE Real Estate
10030 Cedardale Dr. Houston, TX 77055
Phone: 713-470-2161

Email: homes@markfuller.net

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It's not the first time I do business with Mark and the Fuller team. Very professional, very dynamic and very effective! Great team, highly recommended. Bowers Pine Court 12/04/2017
Mark and his team worked hard for our home sale. They provided good advice, good ideas, good strategies...and lots and lots of time putting our home in front of potential buyers. And, we really liked them and enjoyed our frequent phone discussions. Sunset Falls CT 11/07/2017
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Swamplot Houston RE News

You’ll find informative and entertaining stories about Houston real estate 

What First Presbyterian’s New 4-Story School Building off Montrose Blvd. Will Look Like


During- and after-school views east across Oakdale St. show the 4-story, Gensler-designed school building that First Presbyterian Church plans to build adjacent to its current one in the Museum District. The new building is tucked into the pie slice of streets and parking lots north of the MFAH between Montrose Blvd. and Main. It sits on 2 vacant lots totaling just under one fifth of an acre in the loop formed by Oakdale and Pinedale streets. Catty-corner to it is the existing First Presbyterian School’s driveway — visible at the bottom of the daytime view above. A sliced-open view from the building’s backside shows its lobby fronting the existing pre-K-through-8 school: The planned building will house the preschool and elementary portions of Presbyterian’s student body, leaving the existing facilities devoted exclusively to grades 6, 7, and 8. Grade levels ascend by floor. Kindergarten and pre-K face off across a common area on the north side of the building’s ground level — to the right in the site plan below: East of the building, a back yard is indicated in the spot where an apartment complex was torn down toward the end of last year. First and second graders share the second floor with the headmaster’s office and a music room. The top 2 floors house a library, art room, and maker spaces alongside third-, fourth-, and fifth-grade classrooms. And a northwestern roof deck looks out toward Montrose Blvd.: Museum District church to build $18 million private school expansion [HBJ ($)] First Presbyterian School [Nick McMunn] Renderings and floor plans: Gensler/Nick McMunn … Read More

All Remnants of Mr. Santos Fashion Design Have Now Been Removed from the Corner of Westheimer and Kingston


The knockdown of Mr. Santos Fashion Design‘s single-story structure at 2150 Westheimer is complete — as is that of a few trees that shaded it. Before the dress design and tailor business relocated last year to a house on Welch St. — a block south of San Felipe — it had been on the less-than-a-quarter-acre corner in Glendower Court for 34 years. (Its former dwelling is pictured above adjacent to construction fencing put up by the neighboring St. Anne Parish — a church-and-school complex that expanded its parking lot 2 years ago in place of a house demolished behind Mr. Santos’s structure in 2013.) The new owner of the dress shop’s former lot: Franco Valobra of Valobra Master Jewelers, the rock shop located 2 miles to the west in the northern portion of the Highland Village Shopping Center. An entity connected to Valobra bought the Mr. Santos building last year, a few months after the proprietor took off from it. Previously on Swamplot: Mr. Santos Is Still Open for Alterations and New Dress Construction, but There’s a New Parking Lot Next Door; Daily Demolition Report: Neither Here Norhill Photos: Swamplox inbox … Read More