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

Email: homes@markfuller.net

Testimonials

"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." A. Colglazier 11/7/17
"We worked with all staff members of the Fuller Team and couldn’t have been happier in our decision. As first time homebuyers, Mark and Anna helped answer any questions we had and even gave recommendations of people to help us after we purchased our house. They were prompt in getting us answers about any property we looked at or we were interested in buying. They made the buying process easy and effortless and their buyer pamphlet for us was full of useful information that we never would have thought of. " A. Sharkody 3/24/18
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Swamplot Houston RE News

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

Montrose Mining Company Sheds Its Back Patio as Part of Postino Wine Bar Redo


As heralded by strange sensations earlier this month, crews have begun transforming the former Montrose Mining Company into Houston’s second Postino Wine Bar by stripping the covered patio shown above from the building’s east side. So far, the rest of its gray brick exterior remains unchanged, except a portion of the facade on Grant St. that’s recently gone yellow as part of the redo: Just off camera to the right is Baba Yega Cafe — the owner of which bought the former gay bar last December before leasing it out to the Arizona-based chain that’s now moving into it. Back on the building’s east side, representatives of 1800-TOILETS are on site today as well — presumably to get its some of its long-unused plumbing back in working order: Previously on Swamplot: Postino Wine Bar Is Getting All Tingly Again About Opening a New Location in an Old Building; New Owner of Baba Yega Buys Neighboring Montrose Mining Company Building Photos: Swamplox inbox … Read More

Empty Leeland St. Furniture Workshop Now Has a Wine Sign on It


A reader tells Swamplot one of those TABC posters is up on the building at 3107 Leeland St., and the applicant it names: The Wine House, LLC. The last tenant Metamorphose Studios did double-duty in the 2,800-sq.-ft. space: dealing furniture and also guiding visitors in the art of refurbishing items themselves (“I recommend the chairapy class,” wrote the venue’s sole Yelp reviewer in 2016, adding that of the items for sale: “The hand painted and embellished cattle skulls are to die for!“) Despite its departure from Houston, the workshop lives on as part of an antique store up in Navasota. Photo: Metamorphose Studios … Read More

New Blast-Fitness-Sized Hole Adds Room for Aldi in Garden Oaks Shopping Center


Signage is down and a closure notice is up on Blast Fitness’s now-former 3936 N. Shepherd storefront, which lies within the northern portion of the strip that Aldi plans to take over. Pictured above is that portion — just south of Garden Oaks Blvd. — where Yoga Collective and a next-door vacuum shop took off previously to make room for the grocer. Blast’s turf was on the south side of theirs, near where retail signs and parking activity pick back up on the right in the image. For those in need of a new gym, not to worry: Blast is letting customers transfer their memberships to any location run by its affiliate brand Fitness Connection. The nearest of that chain’s 14 Houston fitness centers? Eight miles away in Greenspoint Mall. Previously on Swamplot: Aldi Is Making Its Move into the Garden Oaks Shopping Center; ALDI Taking the Yoga Collective’s Spot in Garden Oaks; Other New Tenants in the Works; What’s Going Into the Garden Oaks Box the Yoga Collective Is Being Kicked Out Of? Photos: Swamplox inbox … Read More
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