This newly listed, Tuscan style gated mansion is located at 11002 Greenbay Street in the Hunters Creek section of Houston, TX. It is situated on a little over 2 wooded acres and was built in 2001. It boasts 10,848 square feet of living space with 6 bedrooms, 10 bathrooms, grand sweeping staircase, formal living areas, game room, home theater, 4 fireplaces, elevator, 6-car garage, motor court, jogging track, swimming pool, summer kitchen and more. It is listed at $6,500,000.

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  • Sam

    Im not a fan of Tuscan mansions but this is beautiful. Apart from the foyer, the house is not overly done which i like. I particulary love the sitting rooms and “outdoor” dinning area. Not too sure about the pool area, it blends in okay with the rest of the house, otherwise i would have guessed this was inside a water park for dolphin shows.




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  • Daniel

    My goodness…at first glance I thought I was looking at a new-build in Beverly Hills. I like the exterior a lot. Seems the windows were plucked from Paul Merage’s mansion ( http://homesoftherich.net/2011/01/pictures-of-paul-merages-newport-coast-mega-estate.html ). Either way, I ain’t complainin’. Interior is a bit of a letdown though. Foyer really should have started in an alcove and then opened up. I’m not crazy about the living room windows. Everything else is pretty standard, and the rear doesn’t even look like the same house. Overall a nice facade with no substance elsewhere.




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  • Plain J.

    I love Tuscan mansions! Great post Kenny!




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  • Venom

    This is very very nice and the price seems about right.




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  • Grrrowler

    The front facade is lovely. I quite like it. The interior…well, take out all the furnishings and start over with the existing bones and it could be very nice. The rear facade does nothing for me. Looking at the pics of the front and rear, it looks like two different houses.




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  • NOVA Ben

    The pool is fabulous and this looks like a decent piece of land, but the house itself seems kind of cheap-looking throughout. Most of the interior spaces are blah and uninteresting, and I feel that the exterior falls short as well, particularly the rear elevation. As others said, the front facade is probably the strongest point, but everything else feels distinctly lacking.




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