We brought this gargantuan mega mansion to your attention last June and it is now finally visible in Google Maps! Located at 12 W Rivercrest Drive in the Briar Forest neighborhood of Houston, TX, this approximately 32,945 square foot home boasts a whopping 14 bedrooms and 19 bathrooms. Property records show that the owner is a man by the name of Ali Davari. Hopefully we’ll be able to find some interior pics online!

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  • Chance

    Well this place has let me down. I passed by it a while back, and was disappointed then, but figured since it was still in the build faze it would look a lot better when completed. Suffice it to say, I’m not thrilled with it.




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    • Christopher Williams

      As a Houston resident, I have to agree. Can’t say I’m fond of this home at all. Such a waste!




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  • Daniel

    Hideous. Looks like a casino. That double porte-cochere is one of the worst I’ve seen.




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  • Limedaiquar

    What an ugly, cheap looking piece of crap. It is now motel status with 14 bedrooms.




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  • Peter Y

    It looks like a casino since the guy owns strip clubs. One of them is in Las Vegas.




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  • CEM

    This looks like a La Quinta Inn.

    What an ugly fucking house. Honestly, among the ugliest I’ve seen on this site and theres been some uglies.

    This guy and the guy who bought that hideous mega=manse you posted about in WI must be buddies.




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  • Grrrowler

    What the hell is this thing? Just proves again that size is far less important than taste and style.




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  • marc22

    Ummmm. Agree! With what everyone said above. Is it too soon to call for a bulldozer?




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  • Joejoe509

    Ha! Judging by the porte cochere and such, it looks like Ali Davari is trying to compensate… yeesh. Bonus points for trying something unique, but this is ugly! I’m sure the front facade including the giant porte cochere was a good idea in the architect’s office, but it turned out to be pretty offensive. I agree with everyone. If this was a hotel, I guess we could forgive a lot. But as a house this is plain crazy.




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  • Rocco

    I’m sure they were thinking pratical when they designed the porte-cochere, as Houston can be an humid oven during the summer and a wet mush during rainy/hurricane season.

    There had to have been a better way to do it. Seems like a pushy owner and an rubber stamp architect that just took a paycheck to make it up-to-code – or a design/build GC.




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