For Lease
Charming Restored Alvin Farmhouse

(Not for sale or lease purchase.)

The house is currently leased. If you would like to be contacted when it becomes available again,

please send an e-mail to the address below.

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For more information, contact Cyndi Craig at 281-787-3526.

The house is surrounded by huge oak trees.

When the azaleas are in bloom, it's really lovely. The ones on the sides are fuscia.

This is the side of the house facing the arena.

 The view from the back porch on an early spring morning.
Alvin  Farmhouse

This charming circa 1920s farmhouse has been lovingly restored. It is located near downtown Alvin.  Located on high ground (never flooded - even in '79 when most of Alvin flooded) and has sandy loam soil.

  • 2 bedroom, 1-1/2 bath farmhouse
  • Large bedrooms
  • Full bath completely remodeled in 2010.
  • Half bath remodeled in 2011.
  • Approx 1430 sf with original wood floors throughout
  • Utility room inside house
  • Front and back porches
  • Updated kitchen including dishwasher
  • Ceiling fans throughout
  • 9-foot ceilings
  • High-efficiency central air and heat 
  • Deep well with good water
Horse Facilities:
  • 5 acres, fenced and cross-fenced with chain link, board and mesh fencing
  • 70' x 200'  fenced riding arena 
  • 36 x 42' barn with up to 4 horse stalls, concrete floored feed room;storage for 200+ bales of hay
  • Concrete wash area
  • All-weather trailer parking
  • Run-in shed in one paddock
  • Four horses maximum allowed

No large dogs allowed inside because they do too much damage to the original wood floors. Small dog or cat may be allowed with an additional $200. non-refundable pet deposit.

Only tenants' own personal horses allowed on property. NO horse boarding, training or any type of commercial business allowed. Prospective tenants must have decent credit, stable employment and rental history and pass criminal background check.

  $30 application fee for each tenant for credit and background check.

Here's a view of the back porch. It faces toward the back pasture so you can sit and watch your horses graze.