Most Expensive Home for Sale in Texas Listed at $65 Million
If you're looking to make a move out of the great state of Louisiana and want to see why everything is bigger in Texas, have we got a real estate listing for you to check out.
It's a property in Houston named "The Lodge in Hunters Creek" and it'll only set you back $65,000,000. (Yeah, that's 65 million, if you have trouble figuring out what all those zeros at the end mean.)
The Harris County estate includes a six-bedroom, eight-bathroom main house that's a mere 22,000 square feet in size, along with nine acres of landscaped grounds, a guest lodge, and a personal 24-hour guard house.
"What makes this estate stand out from the rest is the quality of construction coupled with a truly unique setting that can't be replicated," said Billy Dolan of Carolwood Estates, the property's listing agent.
For that price, it sure better be all that and a bag of chips, Billy!
Construction on the property was completed in 2005. Builders reportedly took architectural inspiration from English manors and Richardsonian Romanesque, and 11th and 12th-century revival style that blends French, Spanish, and Italian Romanesque architecture.
In other words, it's bougie, y'all!
Some of the estate's other highlights include a two-story library, a glass elevator, a chef's kitchen with a commercial-grade walk-in cooler, a bar, a showroom garage that can hold more than five cars and a manicured courtyard with multiple fountains and seating areas.
The two-bedroom guest house merely sits on a five-acre lot and is located down a "long picturesque gravel road."
Again, the listing for the Lodge in Hunters Creek is for a record $65 million. That's 8.3% higher than the 14-acre Crespi Estate in North Dallas which was listed last month.
Check out the real estate listing here.
Now, let's all enjoy a few pictures of what we can't afford.