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3688 Willowick, Houston, Texas River Oaks, Houston Luxury Homes

Bayou Breeze, a Sir Edwin Landseer Lutyens inspired home at 3688 Willowick is one of Curtis & Windham’s best houses and a well-kept River Oaks secret, since it is entirely secluded from the street. The properties gardens were meiculously designed by landscape architect Jim Hyatt, and enhance the park, motor courts and backyards bluffs. Year… Read More

2 Longfellow Lane, Houston, Texas 77005, Historic Houston Homes

The stately 11,366 square foot, two-story brick structure located in Shadyside between the Museum of Fine Arts of Houston and Rice Univeristy was designed by Harrie T. Lindeberg and John Staub in 1923.  Two Longfellow was commissioned by wholesale merchant tycoon D.D. Peden of the Peden Iron & Steel Company and is reportedly one of the early commissions… Read More

5300 Montrose Boulevard – Houston, Texas 77005, Houston Homes

Currently on the market in the Houston Museum District, the Italian contemporary Cannady House III, built by architect and Rice professor, William Cannady.  Built in 1990, the L-shaped, 6200 square foot mansion sits on a half-acre Shadyside plot and features several living spaces and five balconies, which look out to the courtyard pool.  The house is… Read More

14525 Champions Dr. – Chateau Foreclosure Auction

Who doesn’t need a home the size of a….castle??!!  Yeah, right!  Not even the monarchs back in the day could afford the taxes and the upkeep of their castles.  Even today, most of the castles, chateaus and the largest estate homes are not owned by individuals.  They are owned my national trusts, governments and investors,… Read More

The Mansards – Shady Acres – 2302-2310 Couch St., Houston, Texas

*  This was previously posted on our old blog, so most of these have sold out….but Titan Homes is building more in Shady Acres!! Introducing the Mansards, developed and built by Titan Homes.  The Mansards is a collection of five new construction single-family homes located in the inner loop neighborhood of Shady Acres in Houston,… Read More

2110 River Oaks Boulevard

Renowned Houston architect John Staub was famous for architectural diversity. His stunning homes ranged from medieval chateaux to classic Georgian and Greek Revival structures with a twist Staub liked to call “Latin Colonial.” This home, completed in 1933, is rendered in the Tudor/Jacobean transition style and exhibits Staub’s signature understatement and control. According to Howard… Read More