This French Country home is located at 11215 Tynewood Drive in Houston, TX. It was built by Corbel Custom Homes  and designed by Todd Rice. It boasts 7,887 square feet of living space with 6 bedrooms, 6 full and 3 half bathrooms, slate roof, copper gutters, cedar accents, hardwood floors throughout, formal living and dining rooms, library with custom built-ins, 2-story great room with custom built-ins, gourmet kitchen with tiled backsplash, butler’s pantry, game room, home theater, billiards room with wet bar, wine cellar, covered patio with fireplace and built-in BBQ and a 3-car garage. It is listed at $3,850,000.

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  • Mak

    Someone please tell me what makes this a french country home?




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    • Grrrowler

      It’s French Country because it has elements that are used in houses in the French countryside…elements such as floors, walls, ceilings…




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      • Mak

        ahhhh…thanks for pointing that out. I thought it had more to do with the wine cellar, because you would have to blowing a .20 on the ‘ole breathalizer to see this as french.




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  • Hugh

    Needs a bigger back yard




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  • NOVA Ben

    This is a yawn-inducing home wrapped in a generically attractive exterior. The good news is that it does have some potential. While you cannot change the floor plan much, you can re-decorate (or rather decorate, since it doesn’t look as though that’s been done yet) to inject some personality into this house and make it a home. There are plenty of very attractive elements here (wood beam ceilings, some good looking floors, etc.) but in its current state, it’s just too neutral to be desirable to me. Wait till it’s bought and been lived in for a few months, and I can almost guarantee it’ll be a lot more appealing (at least to me). Unless the new owners have no taste of course.

    also, random observation: those are some COOL doors in the fourth to last picture! Little design elements like this remind me that there are creative and different ways of designing what could just as easily be a mundane element (a door, in this case). Love it.




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  • Daniel

    It’s okay. Kitchen ain’t bad. That’s about it.




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  • James

    The island in the Kitchen needs to be pushed out a couple more feet at least so the warming devices (micro / stove / etc ..) could actually be part of the kitchen.

    Living in Houston, I can definitely say the out door living space needs at least 3 or 4 additional ceiling fans to move our delightfully Humid Air around.




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    • James

      cross out stove, insert oven




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  • Iemand

    I like the front exterior, to bad the back is a bit of a mess. The interior is bland now, but that’s where they invented paint for; aka no problem with that.

    I like the kitchen, but if they listened to James it would’t have been perfect.




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