VScontinuing an ascent that gained somewhat inexplicably during the pandemic, Houston homes priced at $ 750,000 and above led the way in sales volume in July with an increase of 36.7 % year over year, according to the Houston Association of Realtors. These are Houston’s most expensive home sales as of July (latest figures for the month are available from):
3024 Del Monte
The best seller was in buyer’s hands almost before the paint dried on the new construction, which was listed at $ 9.5 million. With the design of Robert Dame, interiors by Contour Design (aka Nina Magon Conception) and construction by Fifty seventh + 7th, the 10,340-square-foot six-bedroom mansion wasn’t too tough a sale.
Four fireplaces, a wine cellar, a catering kitchen, a swimming pool, a spa and a summer kitchen contribute to the allure of the Parisian-inspired residence.
This new build in River Oaks had been on the market for less than three months before being scooped up with a list price of $ 5,785,000. At 7,185 square feet, the home has five bedrooms, five full baths, five half baths, four fireplaces, a wine room, a game room, a pool, and a summer kitchen.
River Oaks District
Isolated on 1.3 acres of land, this 14,000 square foot custom compound with a list price of $ 5,750,000 ranked third on the Top Sellers list. With seven bedrooms, eight full and three half baths, a wine cellar, a game room, a library, a family room and all the other required rooms, there is clearly a need for the extensive staff accommodation. in the detached garage.
Add in the house generator, six vehicle garage, pool, and owner’s suite with private deck and it looks like it could have been a bargain.
11230 Hermosa Court
Could there be a much sweeter offer than a corner lot at Piney Point Village? The magic number for this newly built mansion at Piney Point $ 4,795,000 with Laura Sweeney of Compass as listing agent and Rachel Conkling, also from Compass, as a sales agent.
The 8,958 square foot home features five bedrooms, six full baths and three powder rooms, a wine cellar, elevator, three fireplaces, and large-scale living spaces. Adding to the appeal is a loggia with an outdoor fireplace, a summer kitchen and a cabana bath, which overlooks the pool and the artificial lawn.
1512 Boulevard South
Another corner lot, this one on South Boulevard in the Museum District features an English Tudor house, designed by LW Lindsay circa 1925, which sold after just over three months with a list price of $ 4,350,000. . The house was renovated in 1986 and more recently additions have been made to a home of nearly 6,000 square feet.
High ceilings and an abundance of windows adorn the four bedrooms (four full baths and one powder room), living areas, and the updated Poggenpohl kitchen with Miele appliances. A separate guest house includes a billiard room and accommodation units.
Listing Agent: William wheless by Wheless Realty. Sales Agent: Lisa Baer of Martha Turner Sotheby’s International Properties.
66 Red Sable Drive, the woods
With a profile taken from the streets of Paris, this closed masterpiece in The Woodlands sold in just over a month with a list price of $ 3,495,000. The huge 16,621 square foot mansion is nestled in the middle of a wooded lot of over three acres.
Six bedrooms, five full bathrooms and four powder rooms, four fireplaces, two interior staircases, a six-car garage, a guest apartment with a full living room, a summer kitchen, a swimming pool with spa and a tennis court complete the picture.
4001 Ella Lee
This modern and stylish residence wins the award for the shortest time on MLS with signed papers just 10 days after it goes on sale for $ 3,950,000 per Lisa Kornhauser of the compass. The 6,362 square foot home built in 2015 features floating stairs, stackable Fleetwood sliding glass doors, two story ceilings and marble panels in the four bedroom home.
Features include a media room, office, game room, exercise room, elevator, temperature-controlled wine room, full bar, family-style lap pool and more.
Sales agent : Kris holt of Greenwood King properties.
35 Cape Harbor, the woods
The 9,800 square foot traditional style home overlooking Panther Branch Creek has sold for $ 3,750,000. The four bedrooms with five full bathrooms and two powder rooms are complemented by a media room, a wine room, an office and a games room in addition to the traditional living spaces.
The chic outdoor entertainment space includes a swimming pool, outdoor fireplace, summer kitchen, and second-floor balcony.
Listing Agent: Michael Seder of RE / MAX The Woodlands & Spring. Sales agent: Anastasia Gaido from Properties of Nan & Company.
31 N. Fazio Road
Carlton Woods Creekside in The Woodlands is always a fascinating place and this property at 31 North Fazio Way was purchased just 10 days after being listed with an asking price of $ 3,750,000. The 11,000 square foot property overlooks the 11th and 12th holes of the Tom Fazio golf course and has the required six bedrooms, media room, library, games room, wine room. and more.
Diane Kink of Keller of Williams Realty represented both the buyer and the seller of the property.
The following two properties tied for 10th place with list prices of $ 3,600,000.
This modern Tudor house in Tanglewood, which was taken off the market just seven days after Ruthie porterfield by Martha Turner Sotheby’s International Realty did the MLS. The custom-built home measures 7,162 square feet. Sales agent : Vincent Biondillo from Norhill Realty.
2 Electra Circle, the woods
This home is a beauty with a serene view of the pond to the front and a double fairway view overlooking the Nicklaus Golf Course to the rear. Located in the Carlton Woods gated custody of The Woodlands at 2 Electra Circle, the home is just under 10,000 square feet with five bedrooms, five full baths, and three half baths. It has games rooms on the first and second floors, a multimedia room, an office, a wine room and three fireplaces.
Listing Agent: Michael Seder of RE / MAX The Woodlands & Spring. Sales Agent: Brian Schweiker of RE / MAX The Woodlands & Spring.