The Drew House is a two story historical home built in 1929 and has been converted into a duplex with the downstairs apartment averaging 1,100 square feet and the upstairs averaging 1,200 square feet. It is the downstairs unit that is available.
403 West Drew exhibits an antebellum porch, high-ceilings, hardwood and laminate flooring, an oak wood Victorian chimney-piece with a Beveled mirror, and painted walls. It also features a separate home office (or second bedroom) and a laundry room with washer and gas dryer. The bathroom has been renovated with vessel sink vanity, onyx tub, toilet and granite stone flooring. There is off-street parking for two compact cars.
If you are looking for schools for your child, there are the best around. There's Wharton Dual Language Elementary, Wilson Montessori, Lanier International Baccalaureate Middle School, and Lamar International Baccalaureate High School; not to mention, 403 West Drew is not too far from Heights, which features Harvard International Baccalaureate Elementary, Hogg International Baccalaureate Middle School, and Heights International Baccalaureate High School.
The Drew House is also located walking distance from Boheme, Max's Wine Dive, Cuchara, Niko-Niko's, Barnaby's, La Mexicana and Midtown's Cyclone Anaya's, The Bell Station, Izakaya and more. We are home to a great selection of grocery stores to choose from: Kroger's on West Gray & Montrose, Randall's Downtown, Spec's Midtown and Westheimer, Whole Foods at Waugh & Midtown, HEB at Alabama & Waugh, and Trader Joe's at Alabama. We are minutes by B-Cycle from Downtown, Discovery Green and the warehouse district.
This duplex is perfect for you!