Glenbrook Valley

Glenbrook Valley Houston, TX
October 1, 2014
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Glenbrook Valley boasts some of the areas finest examples of mid-century modern architecture.
Here are just a few examples of the great homes found in Glenbrook Valley. Click on the photos below to enlarge them. This page does not represent homes for sale, it is to show some of the great mid-century homes in the community. Please refer to the real estate page for listings within the community.
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Around the Neighborhood

Around the Neighborhood

8015 Arletta


8006 Arletta


8106 Glen Valley


8002 Arletta


8035 Glen Forest: Built 1959: Architect: Dansby Built for Montalbano family (Montalbano Lumber Co.)


8007 Glen Forest


7711 Lakewind


7838 Santa Elena


7919 Glenview; One of 6 original homes built 1954 included on that year’s Parade of Homes.


8107 Stony Dell Ct.


8115 Stony Dell Ct


7916 Glenview – 1954, Crochet & Carroll architects. “Home Fashion Time” show house in ’54


8118 Glen Valley


8119 Glen Valley


7703 Glenlea


7811 Santa Elena


8223 Colgate


7622 Cayton 1956 Frank C. Dill Architect. Part of the 1956 Parade of Homes.


7614 Cayton: 1956, John Folsom Architect. “56 Parade of Homes house. The “Magnum Manor”


7606 Cayton: 1956, E. Kelly Gaffney Architect. “56 Parade of Homes house.


7550 Cayton: 1956, Ursula Oberdieck Architect. “56 Parade of Homes house.


Tipperary & Morley


7911 Santa Elena




8102 Colgate


8208 Glencrest