King's Harbor Brownstones at night

Services for Real Estate Pros with Marlin Creek

I've been watching the King's Harbor development since they first broke ground.  This micro-community where you could work, live and play along the northern edge of Lake Houston is interesting.  It's also a very visually appealing place... which is evident by the below night-time shot of the brownstones which are the anchor for the residential section.

King's Harbor Brownstones in Kingwood Texas

Comments (6)

Barb Hutchinson, Fruitland Idaho - Payette County homes and real estate
Silverhawk Realty - Payette, ID

What a beautiful photograph!  It makes me want to go see it in the daytime, too!

Jul 12, 2008 09:19 PM
Don Eichler
Eichler Properties - Granbury, TX

Graydon,  Very good photo very interesting.  I also wanted to comment on your name, we also have a broker in our area with your first name.  This is only the second time that I have known this name, is it a family name? 

Jul 13, 2008 02:04 AM
Graydon Peters
Marlin Creek - Humble, TX

Barb - Thank you.  It's nice in the daytime as well... just easier to see the construction though : )

Don - Thanks also...  and yes, Graydon is a family name from dad / grandfather / +  I'd have to look at the genealogy report to remember for sure who else beyond that used it.  Is the broker out there Graydon Vaught?  I don't know him, but saw the name in the Farm & Ranch and looks like he's from your area.


Jul 13, 2008 03:34 AM
Don Eichler
Eichler Properties - Granbury, TX

Graydon, Yes the broker here is Greydon Vaught.  He is also an actor we justsaw him in the Robin Hood production at the Point Theater here in the Kerrville area. I would guess he is around 68 years old and very active.

Jul 13, 2008 10:14 AM
Sharon Simms
Coastal Properties Group International - Christie's International - Saint Petersburg, FL

Graydon - I don't know if I'd like it in the daytime, but it certainly has romantic appeal in your night shot.

Jul 13, 2008 11:24 AM
Graydon Peters
Marlin Creek - Humble, TX

Sharon - Thank you!  For all of the homes and places I've shot... I haven't done much night-time shooting... so I'm glad these have romantic appeal.

Once construction is complete and the landscaping is finalized, I think the daytime appeal will be better.

Unfortunately - the water view that these units now enjoy will soon be blocked by two more rows as well as another commercial use building.


Jul 13, 2008 12:39 PM