Eppes House, Ned A. and Linda S.
5322 Institute Lane
Houston , 77005
National Register plate above marker
Directions: South on Institute Lane from Bissonnet, in Jandor Gardens section, Institute Lane is 3 tenths mile west of Montrose, marker on wall to the right (facing) of the home's entrance
Key Time Period: 1920 - 1940 Post-WW I & Depression
Marker Text: Erected in 1926 in the new Jandor Gardens planned neighborhood for concrete manufacturer Ned. A. Eppes (1883-1929) and his family on land purchased by Linda S. Eppes, this house was among the earliest in Houston constructed of concrete building materials. The Italian renaissance villa-inspired block house features a stucco finish and an elaborate Spanish mission door surround, both unusual until the 1930s. Independent architect John McLelland and the firm of Brickey, Wiggins and Brickey are credited with the design of the house.
Recorded Texas Historic Landmark - 1998
Marker Type: RTHL Marker
Historical Org: Texas Historical Commission (THC)
Key Map Information: 533 A
GPS Coordinates: 29 43.520, 95 23.828
Precinct No: 3
Marker No: 11950