A mid-century modernist's dream find. Tucked into a wooded setting in one of Houston's most desirable & prestigious areas.
Even with so much glass in the courtyard, the unique Meisian style design affords you maximum privacy in the quiet cul-de-sac location. A true retreat yet with quick access to the city's best retail, as well as some of the best public schools as well as private schools in the area.
The clean lined design and huge copper front doors only hint at what lies beyond.
One of several road skylights greets you in the foyer. To the right in this picture is one of the multiple open living areas.
Opposite side leads toward the service wing.
Look at all the glass and wonderful natural light! The first living area overlooks the pool directly, has a half bath and bar area.
Convenient bar area tucked into a corner to serve this space and the pool area.
Straight back from the front door, the home continues to unfold in expansive, light-filled spaces.
Opposite view, looking back towards the front door. The "U" shaped design of the house wraps around the courtyard.
Another angle, with the copper topped built ins, glass shelving and frosted glass window panels. This part of the home has been utilized as formal dining and will obviously hold very large dinner parties with ease.
Panning around the space with classic Saltillo tile flooring.
At the far end of the expansive open space is another living area with fireplace. The open layout would be excellent for entertaining.
Additional built ins, another of the round skylights and brick interior accent wall.
Moving to the kitchen wing, there is another skylight & sleek modernist cabinetry.
Opposite kitchen view, at the far end are dual pantries, flanking the entrance to the utility area.
Lots of great additional storage in the utility room.
Behind the kitchen & utility room is a separate bedroom, perfect for a live in Nanny, or as a more secluded home office set up.
This bedroom also has it's own en suite full bath.
Moving to the opposite corner of the house, behind the living area with the fireplace, is another bedroom with an en suite bath.
The adjacent bath is handicap accessible, great for extended elderly family members, whether living there or just visiting.
Moving back into the bedroom, from the opposite direction, there is a doorway to the workshop or additional bedroom.
The workshop/crafts room has it's own entrance to the garage. When combined with the adjacent bedroom next to it, you could create a mini apartment with a living area & separate bedroom, along with the private entrance, as another option for extended family or live-in staff.
Moving past the public areas into the main bedroom wing, this is the first of two good size secondary bedrooms.
Opposite view, this one has built ins that would also make it adapt to a home office very easily.
Another secondary bedroom.
Jack and Jill bathroom between the two bedrooms. Double sinks and lots of storage.
Tucked in the back corner of the house, at the end of the hallway for maximum seclusion, is the primary bedroom, which also overlooks the pool.
Opposite view of the primary bedroom, showing the brick accent wall that seems to float thru the glass curtain wall, blurring the lines between indoor and outdoor spaces.
There is a lot of space in the primary bath/dressing areas, with dual vanities and separate tub and shower area.
Another angle, there are two good sized separate walk in closets in the space as well.
Another angle looking towards the shower area. There is great storage in the bath area.
This is basically the view from the master, which is located directly at the end of the pool.
Primary bedroom on the left, the first living area we pictured on the right, you can see the bar area tucked into the far corner of that space. This unique property is a rare find for the modernist buyer. Come make this one home!
Floorplan drawing is to give a general idea, and should not be relied on. If concerned about room sizes, buyer should verify independently.