Fans of mid-century modern (MCM) architecture will let out a collective gasp when they take a peek inside this John S. Chase-inspired style home. Riverside Terrace was once the subdivision of the wealthy and upper-middle-class blacks. In the 1950s and '60s, affluent Black families began moving to the neighborhood. Through the years entertainers, actors, politicians, and legendary sports figures would call Riverside Terrace home. The home is approximately 4600 sq. ft. and sits on over an acre at 28,170 sq. ft. It is a 4/3 with a formal living room, sitting room, and study. For those who like to entertain, there is a sunken den with an atrium that includes a wet bar embedded with custom stone. The game room has built-ins from ceiling to floor. Additionally, it is within walking distance of the University of Houston Medical School and the University of Houston. Buyer should validate all room measurements.