Tuesday, February 26, 2013

Life in the City - Reposted

one of our neighborhood homes,
close-in Memorial Area
5 minutes to the Galleria & Post Oak Blvd. (our Rodeo Drive)
15 minutes to downtown


front lawn

entry



grand gallery

formal living room

formal dining room

gourmet island kitchen
notice ceiling treatment


den

loggia with summer kitchen & fireplace


2 bedroom guest house


fitness center & spa


private putting green


rear of home

manicured grounds


evening on the pool terrace


Magnificent estate privately situated, over 2.46 acres of incredible grounds on exclusive Timberwilde Lane. Extensively renovated & rebuilt 2009 by Steve Goodchild w/impeccable design & interiors by Marjorie Slovack. Grand gallery. Fabulous formals. Wine vault. Gourmet kitchen open to den. Billiard room/media room. Luxurious master suite. 4 guest suites. Loggia w/summer kitchen & fireplace. Saltwater pool/spa. 2 bedroom guest house. Separate fitness center/spa. Gated motor court + 6 car garage.

16,414 sq.ft.living area
107,200 sq.ft. land
5 bedrooms, 7 baths + 1/2 + 1/2
offered for sale at $15,000,000

& by comparison with other large cities this price is below what it would be if located
anywhere else, don't you think?

it's on the next street over from us so we shall see how long it stays on the market.

hope you enjoyed !!


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7 comments:

  1. De beaux grands espaces...
    La cuisine est fort sympathique.
    Gros bisous

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  2. Sweet Blessings to you.
    Fun to stop by and visit.
    Fun to see the mansion.
    God bless,
    d in kansas as it snows

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    1. Ahhh, Deanna darling, so nice to hear from you ! Texas has blizzard conditions in the Panhandle and it's like Spring in Houston.

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  3. What a gorgeous estate. Our last house in Houston was in Hunters Creek on Kuhlman. Lovely area and close to absolutely everything.
    Sam

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    1. Sam, we live a couple of streets over from Kuhlman...so in the same neighborhood for certain. Small world isn't it?

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  4. What an odd coincidence....I've never read your blog before, just clicked over here from Tish's because you posted a comment saying you were in Houston (as am I). Much to my surprise, I recognized this house, whose original owners were acquaintances of mine. Small world indeed.

    JL

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