5 most expensive homes snatched from Houston market in June

Half of the most expensive homes sold in June were in the River Oaks neighborhood, known for its luxurious mansions and upscale residences. In terms of Houston’s wealthiest neighborhoods, the Upscale area ranks fourth.

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Unless you’re the proud owner of one of the million dollar homes, it might break your heart (and mine too) – but here are the five most expensive homes snatched from the Houston market. in June, as reported by Houston Agent Magazine. Alsha Khan.

1.3839 Iverness Drive, $ 5,950,000

Take a look at 3839 Iverness Drive.

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This River Oaks treasure consists of four bedrooms with four bathrooms and two partial, according to listing agent Laura Sweeney.

Timeless interiors with crisp scale and modern conveniences make indoor and outdoor living easy to entertain and seamless.

There is also a screened patio with views of the manicured gardens, perfect for summers in the sun.

2.2232 Troon Road, list price $ 5,950,000

Take a look at 2232 Troon Road.

Take a look at 2232 Troon Road.

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It is in the heart of Houston that the owners found this gem.

The house, which is said to be located on one of the best streets in River Oaks, has seven bedrooms, five bathrooms and two partials, according to listing agent Katie Forney.

The wet bar may have a totally blue aesthetic, but it will definitely make you feel anything but. Connected to the library and back patio, it includes wine storage and a sink, making it an artist’s dream, according to the listing.

Gold literally drips from the walls of the master bathroom, which also has access to plenty of natural light and automatic blinds for privacy – it’s basically a selfie-lover’s paradise.

There are plenty of outdoor areas for entertaining and relaxing, including a fully grassed backyard with a lawn for the kids.

3.309 Ella Lee Lane, $ 5,795,000

3409 Ella Lee alley.

3409 Ella Lee alley.

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Lots of little details come together for the greater good of this River Oaks beauty.

Five bedrooms, five full and two partial bathrooms make up this “New Classical” English Regency-inspired home.

As soon as you enter the house, you are sure to notice the herringbone floors of European white oak in the large entrance hall.

Owners will certainly feel like living in a museum, and there is so much beauty to that alone.

4.44 East Shore Drive, $ 5,595,000

74 East Shore Drive.

74 East Shore Drive.

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This French Norman-style house is located in the Garden District of the Woodlands.

Class and quality make up the luxurious setting, which includes five bedrooms, five full and two partial bathrooms, by listing agent Beth Ferester.

A fountain, immaculate landscaping, courtyard, newly installed putting green, and swimming pool are all beyond the privacy gates.

As if guests were short of space, an outdoor kitchen will certainly be put to good use in the lanai, which overlooks the pool and spa, according to the listing.

For those who want to relax a second faster, elevator access to the third floor leads to a full suite with one bedroom and adjoining bathroom, which can be used as an apartment for a variety of purposes.

New owners will also enjoy a spectacular view of Lake Woodlands directly from the front of the house.

5. 3257, place Huntingdon, $ 5,395,000

Welcome to 2357, place Huntingdon.

Welcome to 2357, place Huntingdon.

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This exquisitely refined River Oaks home combines classic appeal with elegant finishes and contemporary design.

Located just steps from the boulevard, the masterpiece features five bedrooms with seven full and two partial bathrooms, according to listing agent Laura Sweeney.

The house is perfect for entertaining, equipped with an air-conditioned wine bar and butler’s bar, among other amenities.

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A wall of iron and glass doors leads to the Loggia, which has a summer kitchen and bath cabin overlooking a peaceful saltwater pool, according to the listing.

The main upstairs retreat features a sitting area, a private covered balcony, and two separate bathrooms with bespoke walk-in closets.

Four guest suites and a game room make up the upstairs space, which is sure to impress visitors.

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