This newly constructed gated Mediterranean style mansion is located at 523 Three Corners Drive in the Hunter’s Creek Village section of Houston, TX. It is situated on a 0.60 acre lot and boasts 7,367+ square feet of living space with 2-story foyer, sweeping staircase, office, formal dining room, great room with custom built-ins and French doors, a spacious and open modern kitchen, butler’s pantry, wine room, walnut floors throughout, game room with wet bar, outdoor kitchen with fireplace, covered porch and a 3-car garage. It is listed at $3,195,000.

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  • Stewie

    good home, good price, good location.




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  • Daniel

    It’s an okay house. The front facade has some quirky features. Inside is a little plain, and I don’t like how the same flooring has been used throughout the ENTIRE house (and the wood looks very basic). I do like the stair railings. Kitchen belongs in a different home. Master bath looks super dark; they should have installed a large stained-glass window instead of that tiny prison-like one that provides nothing. The closet looks cluttered empty, imagine it filled. The back yard is nice and has nice big trees, but where’s the pool?

    Kinda pricey for a mediocre home.




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  • organbrett

    AGREED!!! I think the kitchen is fine, different than what I’ve seen before. Sometimes the ‘cookie cutter’ rooms are boring. I don’t like the Master Bath. The room I like the most is the game room. It’s great to see one of these be truly all-purpose with a higher ceiling. Show me a MAJOR room that can’t be improved with a higher ceiling! ??? My Dad was very surprised when they moved from a home with 8′ ceilings to one with much higher ones. He was surprised that what I told him was correct. I said, “You won’t notice any higher utility bills because the newer home has better insulation & energy features than the older one.” It still rings true today! Some bills are less and the ceiling in the Great Room is very high!




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    • Grrrowler

      So so true! My living room ceiling is 15′ high, the master BR ceiling is 18′ high at its highest point, and the ceilings in the rest of the house are 10′ high. This in a not very large house. Instead of lots of square footage I have huge amounts of volume, which makes a big difference. Even in a large house, greater volume is more important than greater square footage.




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  • Mak

    If you’re going to do Mediterranean, don’t do wood floors, or at least don’t do home depot oak wood floors. Of course, if you’re going to only pretend its Mediterranean, then do what you want. Just don’t expect people to call it that.




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  • Travis

    The kitchen doesn’t seem to go with the house at all. And the master bathroom looks weird… maybe its the camera angle but it looks long and really tall. And the upstairs windows on the front of the house look small too.




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  • John Burgdorf (North Texas Luxury)

    Diggin’ the exterior. Very elaborate.




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  • Siobhan

    I love this home. Livable scale to the major rooms, transoms in the kitchen provide a lovely infusion of light, and the Moorish inspired exterior reminds me of parts of Spain. Though I wouldn’t have selected that color marble for the master bath, I appreciate the texture and would happily live with it.




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  • Elaine

    This house is nice enough from the front but the wood flooring throughout is horrible and on top of that it looks like really cheap, low grade wood flooring to boot. The foyer at the very least should have a nice stone/terra cotta maybe with wood going through it or something but the all wood just doesn’t jive with the style of the house. The kitchen is horrible, looks like a home depot special and again has no relation to the meditteranean stylying of the house, ashame because they had a nice house to work with.




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  • Nick

    The wood floors in most of the rooms make the interior tiring and boring.




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