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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 

A Heights Jungle Holdout Hits the Market


You’ve probably never noticed it from the bike trail, but at the corner of Nicholson and 12th St. lies a tiny flat-roofed structure that’s been that way for decades. It’s pictured at top from its less-heavily-trafficked side, to the south. That’s where the various shrubbery gives way to a gravel walkway and you can sort of make out an address on the rock to the right of the pergola: 723 W. 12th St. Step on through the double doors and here’s what greets you, for $750,000: Houston artist Jeff Law bought the house — previously a grocery store — in 1997 and renovated it into his home, according to the Chronicle‘s David Kaplan. He sold the place in 2006 to a buyer with some creative juices of her own: More nooks and crannies exist in the kitchen, where most of the storage space resides at knee-level: Rest here before continuing to look around: Branches protruding from the tree trunk in the master bath double as convenient towel hangers: In the other bathroom, it’s more your run of the mill setup: Don’t be fooled by these windows that look like doors . . . there’s no way out of here besides the way you came in: Back out in the open, it’s only a short hike up to this loft: Outside, a deck drops back to a few dried-up water features: And the bamboo does a wrap-around, cozying up to the fencing that keeps it contained: 723 W. 12th St. [HAR] … Read More

Truck Yard Is Now Renting Out One of Its Shipping Containers as a (Soundproof) Karaoke Lounge


East Downtown’s self-styled “come-as-you-are beer garden & adult playground” Truck Yard is now taking reservations from parties of up to 20 people who want a spot where they can sing like nobody’s listening. What better location that than inside one of those thick-walled shipping containers piled up near the bar’s entrance? Workers outfitted the inside of a steel box on the left near the entrance off Dallas St. with bench seating, a crop of LPs serving as ceiling decorations, an iPad-controlled sound system, 3 flat screen teevees to display lyrics, 2 microphones, and a whole bunch of foam soundproofing panels sporting photos of Elton John, Freddie Mercury, Elvis, Aretha Franklin and other professional talent, perhaps for inspiration. $25 plus a drink minimum buys you an hour inside. Previously on Swamplot: Why All the Food Trucks Vanished from East Downtown’s Truck Yard; An Opening-Night Tour of the New Truck Yard on Lamar St. in East Downtown Photos: Truck Yard (interior); Gail G. (shipping containers); Marc Longoria (courtyard) … Read More
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