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No smoking on property. No parties without owners written permission. No unregistered guests overnight. Deposit forfeit plus $200 charge strictly enforced. House is not child proof. Not liable for injury from falling coconuts in yard or for guaranteeing services supplied by others (i.e., satellite TV, cable high speed internet). Owner does not guarantee house well water quality provided to all house fixtures. Water is tested yearly and no bacteria has ever been detected. House has UV sterilization system that treats all water to house fixtures. However, water has elevated salinity and hardness levels that some consumers might find disagreeable. Renter is encouraged to bring own supply of drinking water or fill containers at free county treated water filling stations. Filling station location details provided after booking is completed
Retired chemical engineer interested in historic preservation. Led effort that prevented demolition of the 1956 Sylvan Beach Pavilion by successfully listing it on the National Historic Registry (NHR), State of Texas Archeological Landmark (SAL), and a Recorded Texas Historical Landmark (RTHL). The SAL listing resulted in securing a federal grant to restore the pavilion to its 50's glamour. Ted also successfully nominated the Houston Astrodome to the NHR and SAL that should see this iconic building be open to the public again soon. Ted's other interests include spending time with his family that includes 2 grandsons, working on his antique cars and home repair and restoration, including the 9 year restoration of a abandoned 100 year old home on Galveston Bay and recently completing a 3 year complete restoration of a 1915 Houston Montrose home.