If you lived at 536 Harvard Street and ever needed a good photo op, you could simply step outside—the vibrant "Greetings from Houston" mural on Gelazzi's edifice is right across the street—but then again, you wouldn't really need to leave in the first place. The interiors of this two-story, four-bedroom brick home, circa 1935, are charming enough to feature on your Instagram alone.

Per city records, the $1.3 million Nan and Co. Properties listing in the historic Heights was renovated in 2014. What was once a fourplex transformed into a single-family home, though dual master suites today could accommodate in-laws, a live-in nanny, or additional renters.

Downstairs—aside from the first-floor master bedroom with patio access and an ensuite retreat boasting a double sink vanity, double-headed stand-up shower, and the piece de resistance, a free-standing, clawfoot tub—there's also open-concept living and dining room spaces and an upgraded kitchen with a wine chiller, Thermador stainless steel appliances, granite countertops and island, stone and mosaic tile backsplash, and plenty of seating.

Upper-level highlights include a theater room complete with screen and projector, plus another master suite—and, while that one may lack the lust-worthy clawfoot tub, fear not: There's a Whirlpool jacuzzi with jets for all your soaking needs.

Outside, find more entertaining space—predominantly on the oversized entertainment deck and around the built-in barbecue grill—and a side drive entry, two-car garage, landscaped yard with underground French drains, and, the ultimate Houstonian amenity, an in-ground pool.

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