On this article, you will see the most expensive homes in Houston that were sold in 2015.
70 Tranquil Path: This Woodlands estate, built in 2009, is a French-inspired dream home with 12,064 square feet of interior space. The George Weaver custom home situated on 4.2 acres. Listed at $5.9 million, the property sold on June 9 in the price range of $5,081,001 to $5,864,000.
5807 Spring Stuebner: In addition to the 10,000-square-foot main house, this massive two-acre property also has two other buildings. One is a one-story house with over 3,000 square feet, and the other is a two-story, 2,378-square foot home. Listed at $6.1 million, this Spring estate sold on Feb. 11 in the price range of $5,081,001 to $5,864,000.
22 Grand Colonial: Located in The Woodlands, this property was originally at auction earlier this year. The sprawling mansion, located in prestigious Carlton Woods, was built in 2007. It has 11,790 square feet of interior space, including a theater, billiard room and wine cellar. It was listed at $6.2 million and sold on April 27 in the price range of $5,081,001 to $5,864,000.
3 Remington Lane: This stunning Museum District home was designed by esteemed architect John F. Staub. Built in 1939, the 7,823-square-foot home sits on a 1.3-acre lot in the gated Shadyside enclave. Listed at $6.4 million, the historic home sold Jan. 15 in the price range of $5,081,001 to $5,864,000.
As you can see, it is posible to find some luxury real estate in Houston, this houses were all sold this year. What do you think?
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