AAmid Houston’s fast-paced real estate market, sales of luxury homes – those priced at $ 750,000 and over – were up 30.5% year-over-year in August. Overall, according to the August 2021 market update from the Houston Association of Realtors (HAR), sales of single-family homes were up 8.5% from last August, with 9,890 units sold in the total.
But the most expensive seemed to stand out with three of the 10 most expensive homes sold in Houston selling in less than a month.
Take a look below at the 10 most expensive homes in the Houston area sold in August 2021, according to HAR. Bestsellers range from a huge 20.00 square foot mansion in Stablewood to a lockable penthouse in The Sophie on Memorial Drive.
99 Grand Circle of Regency
Labeled as Villa Pineta, this golden behemoth of The Woodlands with three units measuring a total of 14,299 square feet commanded the highest selling price in August with a list price of $ 7.5 million. We bet much of that covered the Lazy River pool and spa and the wealth of Baroque decorative touches that are ingeniously wrapped in a rustic beamed structure.
Someone quickly fell in love with the magnificent mansion as it was only on the market for 28 days. Villa Pineta by the numbers: seven total bedrooms, seven full baths and three half baths, and a 6,000 square foot shed and six bay garage.
Listing Agent: Diane Kink of Keller Williams. Sales Agent: Lisa Fay of Caldwell Banker.
3404 Chevy Chase
Number two on the charts for best home sellers in August is this triple gable house in the heart of River Oaks, listed at $ 5.9 million. Famous Houston architect SI Morris designed the home which features eight bedrooms, nine full baths and two powder rooms, the necessary summer kitchen and pool, and indoor solarium centered on a fig tree in the shape of a tree. violin sheet.
Listing Agent: Lance Rosmarin of Compass. Sales Agent: Alexandra Heins of Greenwood Properties.
8823 Harness Creek Way
The HAR Listing describes this 20,157 square foot residence, nicknamed La Persia (translates to “the Persian”), in the gated community of Stablewood off Memorial Drive as offering “three levels of unfettered luxury.” Indeed, the large foyer recalls the Bristol Hotel in Paris. The ornate finishes are reminiscent of the Ritz in Paris.
Seven bedrooms, seven full bathrooms and three powder rooms, four fireplaces and a chic media room add to the excellence that commanded a list price of $ 5 million.
Listing Agent: Kellie Geitner with Martha Turner Sotheby’s International Realty. Sales Agent: Teresa Russo of Realty Associates.
2116, Looscan Way
Almost before this specification house in River Oaks was completed, it sold for a list price of $ 5.55 million in less than three months when listed. The buyer acquired a 7,115 square foot home with five bedrooms, five full baths and two powder rooms, three fireplaces and an attached three-car garage. Plus a games room, swimming pool and spa.
Listing Agent: Clare Leppert of Compass RE Texas. Sales Agent: Charlie Neath of Compass.
27 Grand Circle of Regency
Even larger than the best-selling mansion, this 14,811 square foot neighbor in The Woodlands village of Carlton Woods was listed at a modest (by comparison) $ 5.1 million. Six bedrooms, seven full bathrooms and three powder rooms (the main bathroom large enough for a cocktail party), two offices / home offices on the main floor, four fireplaces, an attached garage for five cars and the required swimming pool are included in the vast space.
Listing Agent: Diane Kink. Sales Agent: Non-MLS.
Pretty much before the paint dried on this English-inspired Sims Luxury Builders home in Tanglewood, it was sold. In just 25 days with a list price of $ 4,750,000. This three story house in numbers: four bedrooms, four full bathrooms and three powder rooms, two fireplaces, four huge additional rooms or meeting rooms, two separate study / library rooms that can be used as home offices, two stairs and elevator.
Listing Agent: Moni Bohnisch with Douglas Elliman Real Estate. Sales Agent: Colleen Sherlock of Greenwood King Properties.
3659 Meadow Lake Lane
Another new build, that of Rice Residential and Chandos Interiors, ranked among Houston’s 10 most expensive homes sold in August, this one with a list price of $ 4,350,000. The basic elements of the 7,322 square foot home include five bedrooms, six full baths and two powder rooms, a full generator, a summer kitchen, three fireplaces, a playroom, and an office / library. .
Listing Agent: Walter Bering with Martha Turner Sotheby’s International Realty. Sales Agent: Kristin Hite of Martha Turner Sotheby’s International Realty.
15 Stillforest Street
Builder / designer Robert Dane’s stunning 11,687 square foot Mediterranean villa sold for between $ 3,930,000 and $ 4,418,000. The Piney Point Village mansion sits on over an acre of manicured gardens. The property includes six bedrooms, eight full bathrooms and a powder room, four fireplaces, a wine cellar, a living room, a den, a games room, an office and an additional room. In other words, he has it all.
Listing Agent: Rosalyn (Rosie) Meyers with Douglas Elliman. Sales Agent: Toke Ettehadieh with Century 21 Olympian Fine Homes.
11164 Starwood Drive
The elegant Venetian plaster installed on the ground floor of this 7,832 square foot residence in the Memorial Villages was clearly one of the selling points of this new construction. Add two master suites, a dining kitchen, a total of five bedrooms and six full bathrooms plus two half baths, the pool and the six car garage. List price was $ 4,199.00.
Listing Agent: Marian Motamedi with Compass. Sales agent: Ali Reza Motamedi with Walzel Properties.
6017 Memorial Drive, Unit 702 at The Sophie
The locking penthouse on the seventh floor of this chic mid-rise on Memorial Drive ranks 10th for most expensive homes sold in the Houston area in August. With an area of 4,534 square feet, the unit has three bedrooms, three full bathrooms and a powder room, a large private terrace. The sale was between $ 3,317,001 and $ 3,830,000.
Listing Agent: Misty Meredith with Douglas Elliman. Sales Agent: Terri Kurkjian with eXp Realty.