Shadowlawn was developed in the early 1920s by John H. Crooker who built 14 Shadow Lawn. Crooker had first choice of the Shadow Lawn lots and commissioned MIT trained architect Joseph W. Northrup, Jr., who was in Houston working on some of Rice University's early buildings, to design his home. A front porch opens into a gracious entry foyer w/ front stairs and cased openings to the major downstairs rooms; the living room w/access to the sunroom, a handsome library & home office and the formal dining room. The Island kitchen has access to the breakfast rm & butlers pantry/wet bar. Upstairs to 4 bedrooms w/ private baths. The primary suite has an adjacent sitting room & sunroom with private views. 3rd floor game room w/dormer windows. This brick Colonial Revival style home w/a copper roof sits on a wonderfully private and wooded site; almost 2/3 of an acre. Grounds include a pool, patio and spa. Driveway gate to 3 car garage and updated guest suite. Many recent updates. A fine home.