When it was established after World War I, the Acre Homes neighborhood was described by the Houston Chronicle as “a bit of genteel country with a quick and easy access to the city.” And so it is once again today. Coppertree Village affords its residents a rare mix of rural and urban living, surrounded as it is by open spaces even as it remains but a short trip from one of America’s most thriving metropolises. And with Fairstead’s acquisition of this two-story property, fueled by an extension of its Section 8 status, that best-of-both-worlds arrangement will remain affordable for those who live there for years.
And as long as they live there, residents will benefit from Fairstead’s commitment to maximize sustainability. An ongoing refurbishing of the spacious one-, two-, and three-bedroom units includes new appliances, fixtures, and lighting.