Masterfully renovated and restored, this historic home in the charming Old Sixth Ward Historic District was recognized by Preservation Houston with a Good Brick Award in 2011. Known as the Coulter-Sweeney House, 2109 Kane is actually made up of 2 historic houses that were moved to their current location circa 1890 and put together as 1 singular residence. The current owners’ remarkable renovation struck the perfect balance between updating the home for comfortable modern living, while still honoring its past. The home now boasts vaulted ceilings, an open, free flowing floor plan, and a contemporary feel, but features like restored hardwood floors, reclaimed shiplap, and original window moldings offer reminders of the home’s complex history. Natural light pours into the home from all angles, including from above via 4 skylights that were added in the impressive island kitchen. The large backyard has 3 separate seating areas, a generous yard, and a lovely view of downtown. See Video!
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