So, first, Gus Grissom
Alan Shepard was the only one of the 7 not to set up home in Timber Cove - he chose an apartment in Hermann Park, near Rice University. It's now a Marriott hotel run for the families of patients at the MD Anderson Cancer Center across the street.
Having done OK for himself, he then upgraded a little...
Back to more normal housing, we have Wally Schirra, Gus Grissom's next door neighbour..
John Glenn, first American in orbit
...who lived next door to Scott Carpenter
And the better-known Jim Lovell. During Apollo 13, when Marilyn Lovell prohibited TV crews setting up transmitters on her front lawn and told them "If they have a problem with that, they can take it up with my husband. He'll be home ... on Friday", this is the lawn she was talking about...
Elliot See - never made it to space after being killed in a T-38 crash in St Louis in heavy fog, en-route to the factory building the Gemini capsules.
Pete Conrad moved into Timber Cove...
...and later moved literally just around the corner...
John Young, later the first commander of the Space Shuttle.
And, slightly better known, Mr N. Armstrong
Who was ably assisted by Mr E. "Buzz" Aldrin
Charlie Duke - Apollo 16 LM pilot who, along withJohn Young, were snoozing on the moon at the time I was born...
Last man on the moon, Gene Cernan
And one you'll never of heard of, Mr Jack Kinzler.... Look him up on Wikipedia! He was NASA's Mr Fixit and developed, amongst other things, the flag pole mechanism used to put up the flag on the moon, and the adapted shovel Al Shepard used as a golf club on Apollo 14
And lastly, the fabulous Mr Eugene Kranz - not sure if this is his original house from the 1960s, but this would appear to be where he now lives...