$3,700,000

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Mediterranean showpiece nestled on gorgeous corner lot. Twin limestone balustrade patios introduce this home that has been completely updated inside and out. It boasts Venetian plaster walls, marble floors, Mother of Pearl tile accents, handcrafted millwork & beveled glass fanlight transom doors. Colossal crystal chandelier and wrap-around Juliet balcony empowers the grand reception hall that unites with two story library, sitting room, wet bar, kitchen and dining room that features estate size limestone fireplace and stunning views of the European-flavored rear grounds. Gourmet kitchen features marble counter tops, Sicis glass tile backsplash, Viking appliances, SubZero fridge/freezer, butler’s pantry & massive honed granite island. Family room boasts giant multi-tiered skylight, whimsical onyx bar & aquarium. Master suite has arched French doors opening to the pool & spa. Lavish marble bath & 2 Programme Martin closets. 5 additional bedrooms, study hub & theatre.
Geo Market Area:
Memorial Close In
Building Sq Ft:
7,177
Legal Description:
LT 45 BLK 4 STABLEWOOD 2ND AMEND
Sq Ft Source:
Appraisal
Stories:
2
Year Built:
1997
Year Built Source:
Appraisal District
Garage Spaces:
3

Location

Subdivision:
Stablewood
Legal Subdivision:
Stablewood
Zip Code Extension:
7036
State:
TX
County:
Harris

Schools

Elementary:
HUNTERS CREEK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
Middle:
SPRING BRANCH MIDDLE SCHOOL (SPRING BRANCH)
High:
MEMORIAL HIGH SCHOOL (SPRING BRANCH)
District:
Spring Branch
In City Limits:
Yes
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Stablewood

Just west of Loop 610 between Buffalo Bayou and Memorial Drive, next door to Uptown Park and the Galleria, and down the street from Memorial Park, lies the dynamic 72-acre Stablewood gated community.

It was developed on the former country estate of Harry C. Weiss that included a house designed by John Staub in 1930 and a stable for the family’s horses. The family later converted the stable into a party house, which is still located on a 3-acre dedicated site.

Development of Stablewood began in the early 1990s by Walter Mischer Sr., owner of Wheatstone Development. Modeled after North and South Boulevards in Boulevard Oaks, it was one of the first neighborhoods of its kind in over twenty years and one of the last to establish itself in the Memorial area.
 
It has 137 richly wooded home sites ranging from ¼ acre to over 1 acre featuring large, luxury homes that are required to have 4,200+ square feet. A stone fence encases the eight privately owned streets. Access is controlled with a guardhouse and code keys ensuring the security and peace of mind of residents.

Typical floor plans offer grand two-story entries leading into graceful formals, paneled libraries with fireplaces, banquet-sized dining halls, wine rooms, elevator access, courtyards and summer kitchens designed in a variety of architectural styles.

A hallmark of the neighborhood is the Stablewood Women’s Association. Events range from a holiday cookie exchange to investment club, golf group to gardening circle. They are dedicated to the well-being of their neighbors and the beautification and preservation of their neighborhood.
Listed By: Martha Turner Sotheby's

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