Three Luxury Houston Homes With Extraordinary Offerings

Three Luxury Houston Homes With Extraordinary Offerings

September 30, 2019 by Lawrence Elizabeth Knox

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Saddle up, house hunters: Custom-designed stables by Frankel Building Group are the main attraction at this majestic Palladian-style villa that’s ready for a rodeo-loving, equestrian family. On the market for $14.5 million, the seven-bedroom home is situated on 3.7 gated acres in Rivercrest, an extravagant but small Galleria-area neighborhood. As a stallion would certainly be pleased with his new digs, so would a buyer be with the regal double-staircase foyer, a five-car garage, two porte-cocheres, a master bedroom with a private terrace overlooking the grounds, a guest house, a decadent pool and more. 6 W. Rivercrest Dr., Susan Boss, 713.823.6992, sothebyshomes.com

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There’s nothing better than a 360-degree panoramic view of the Houston skyline to offset the stress that is often magnified by city life. The River Oaks, a newly renovated high-rise, provides that and so much more, from its sophisticated and sleek Miesian-style architecture to its state-of-the-art service and amenities (a dog-grooming spa, anyone?). Perched on the 19th floor of the luxury condominium, this five-bedroom, 7,900-square-foot penthouse, on the market for $7.5 million, sold in shell condition, features 14-foot floor-to-ceiling glass walls throughout, a modern open-concept floor plan and a large terrace with unparalleled, unobstructed views of the city. 3433 Westheimer PH 1 E., Carmela Lummis, clummis@theriveroaks.com, theriveroaks.com; sudhoffco.com

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Listed at $3,999,999, this 5,207-square-foot Victorian beauty is a landmark in Galveston’s exclusive Beachtown community. The five-bedroom, 7 1/2-bath, single-family home offers century-old French oak plank flooring, an exercise room with an infrared sauna, an open-concept kitchen and an elevator. Yet perhaps its most defining characteristic is what turns this four-story house into a glorious summertime retreat—a large wraparound balcony that is perfect for entertaining, sipping a morning coffee or simply enjoying the boundless waterfront views. 1609 Seaside Dr., Galveston, Jason Keeling, Ryson Real Estate, jason@sellinggalveston.com













Three Luxury Houston Homes With Extraordinary Offerings

September 30, 2019 by Lawrence Elizabeth Knox

BARN.jpg

Saddle up, house hunters: Custom-designed stables by Frankel Building Group are the main attraction at this majestic Palladian-style villa that’s ready for a rodeo-loving, equestrian family. On the market for $14.5 million, the seven-bedroom home is situated on 3.7 gated acres in Rivercrest, an extravagant but small Galleria-area neighborhood. As a stallion would certainly be pleased with his new digs, so would a buyer be with the regal double-staircase foyer, a five-car garage, two porte-cocheres, a master bedroom with a private terrace overlooking the grounds, a guest house, a decadent pool and more. 6 W. Rivercrest Dr., Susan Boss, 713.823.6992, sothebyshomes.com

penthouse.jpg

There’s nothing better than a 360-degree panoramic view of the Houston skyline to offset the stress that is often magnified by city life. The River Oaks, a newly renovated high-rise, provides that and so much more, from its sophisticated and sleek Miesian-style architecture to its state-of-the-art service and amenities (a dog-grooming spa, anyone?). Perched on the 19th floor of the luxury condominium, this five-bedroom, 7,900-square-foot penthouse, on the market for $7.5 million, sold in shell condition, features 14-foot floor-to-ceiling glass walls throughout, a modern open-concept floor plan and a large terrace with unparalleled, unobstructed views of the city. 3433 Westheimer PH 1 E., Carmela Lummis, clummis@theriveroaks.com, theriveroaks.com; sudhoffco.com

beachouse.jpg

Listed at $3,999,999, this 5,207-square-foot Victorian beauty is a landmark in Galveston’s exclusive Beachtown community. The five-bedroom, 7 1/2-bath, single-family home offers century-old French oak plank flooring, an exercise room with an infrared sauna, an open-concept kitchen and an elevator. Yet perhaps its most defining characteristic is what turns this four-story house into a glorious summertime retreat—a large wraparound balcony that is perfect for entertaining, sipping a morning coffee or simply enjoying the boundless waterfront views. 1609 Seaside Dr., Galveston, Jason Keeling, Ryson Real Estate, jason@sellinggalveston.com