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House In Houston, United States
US $2,950,000
Property features
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  • 3 bedrooms
  • alarm system - owned,drapes/cu
  • additional parking,auto garage door
  • front door faces: west
Property description
This brick and shingle home offers an open floor plan
Winner of the 2011 John Staub Award from the Institute of Classical Architecture and Art, this brick and shingle home by Houston architect Jay Baker offers an open floor plan, multiple indoor/outdoor spaces, abundant light in spite of the dense gardens that surround it and a mix of modern and traditional materials. It's located on one of the city's rare hills and faces the River Oaks Rock Garden ravine, a tiny wild place in the heart of the city's toniest neighborhood. Approach the house by either the stone steps from the street or the handy backdoor alley. Inside, a central hallway runs the length of the house, like a backbone that connects rooms on both sides, every one with a garden view. Because the sellers host many musicians, the living room is separated by two steps from a mezzanine (currently site of a grand piano) that acts as a stage. Upstairs are three large bedrooms, including a particularly nice master with his and her baths. All info per seller.


2125, Troon Road, Houston, USA, United States
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