Believed to be the most expensive home ever built in Southside Place as of its October, 1989, completion by its current owners, this three-story custom Georgian home was extensively renovated in 2015. Limestone window surrounds, tumbled brick, quoins and soldiers even on the garage apartment, rock gravel and brick sidewalks and driveway, and a thicker slab. The formal living room was built around a Steinway grand piano. Coffered, wallpapered ceilings. Formal dining room seats 12 with room to spare. High-end plumbing hardware. Primary bath has a seated dual vanity with mirror that doubles as a television screen. Sunroom with extensive fenestration overlooks very large heated pool and hot tub. Four zones of air and heat. Recent exterior paint and roof. Leathered natural nonstaining Quartzite countertops, Subzero refrig/freezer; 4 Wolf ovens, one a steam convection oven. Even the laundry room has hand-painted Italian tile and Westheimer Plumbing hardware. Agent related to Seller.
Listing courtesy of Douglas Elliman Real Estate.