This approximately 15,000 square foot mansion is located at 47 Grand Regency Circle overlooking the Nicklaus Course in the Carlton Woods community of The Woodlands, TX. It was built in 2005 and features 7 bedrooms, 12 bathrooms, grand 2-story foyer with sweeping staircase, formal dining room, 2-story great room, magnificent 2-story paneled library, large eat-in gourmet kitchen, gym, home theater, numerous covered patios and terraces, swimming pool with spa, outdoor kitchen, 4-car garage and more. It is listed at $4,200,000.

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  • Daniel

    Very average. The port-cochere is unnecessary.




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  • Joseph

    Can anyone tell me the architectural style of this house? I really can’t tell what I’m looking at. The tower makes it look like a poor excuse for an Italianate. The tract house palladian windows and columns make it seem like an attempted federal style. The back side is just a “contemporary” mess.

    I can firmly say that this is a mcmansion.




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    • Limedaiquar

      It’s that 2001 contemporary style.




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  • rob

    Just meh.




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  • Chris

    bleh, not a truly spectacular mansion. The better ones in Houston are in River Oaks




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  • NOVA Ben

    This pile of excrement is visually insulting in every way possible.




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  • Hunter

    I would not say it’s a pile of doo. I really like the library and outdoor entertaining spaces. Nice pool area and the balcony’s are pimp. Plus nice backyard on a great golf course. And who are you to say the port-cochere is unnecessary?? Maybe for you, but I love port-cochere’s. And I think the kitchen is pretty darn nice. Yes, the inside could be spruced up a bit, but overall it’s not bad. I’d live here in a heartbeat. And if I did, I could care less what anyone else thinks.




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    • rob

      couldn’t care less. It is , “couldn’t” care less.




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  • Paul

    How absolutely awful is this place? I knew something was wrong by the spinet piano in the entry way instead of the usual baby grand. Its huge in square footage, yet lacks any grandeur in its room sizes. Lacks elegance in detail and looks like a casually decorated house in an old suburb. Layout of the first floor is odd and doesnt complement the house. The dark paneled library has no relationship to the rest of the house, except for the poor choice of using wrought iron as a bannister material because it matches the entry way staircase.

    The bedrooms are a pitiful size and I was even unaware which room was the master bedroom. The realtor must have been embarassed to show the bathrooms! Where were they? How bout the usual walk-in closets for the masters? No where in sight. And why the third floor? For what? For the empty rooms that the 5 and 10 cent decorator couldnt figure what to do with? Poor utilization of outside patio furniture and such a waste of 2 acres.

    Sadly, this family couldnt handle decorating this McMonstrosity and thought they better bail. But, the architect didnt give them a structure to inspire.




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    • lambskin

      Ditto.




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  • Chris

    When it comes to Houston, the question is “why buy when one can build for the same price?” and we see it often in The Woodlands.

    This is a suburban Houston mansion done correctly:

    http://homesoftherich.net/2011/11/newly-listed-14-million-tuscan-estate-in-the-woodlands-tx/




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    • Jeff P.

      For over three times the price, it ought to be lots better. But the home you linked to is very uninteresting on the interior. And it needs a full landscaping makeover, very badly.




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    • lambskin

      The Woodlands seems to be a mixed bag-the $5.2 home listed on this site a page back is awful too.




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  • Chris

    If I was shopping for a mansion in Houston, I would go for River Oaks. Older homes in the geographical center/heart of the city. The Woodlands is nice, but not my preferred location to establish a permanent residence as far as a mansion goes.




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