This gated 9-acre estate is located at 126 Tranquil Path in The Woodlands, TX. It features a long driveway with circular motor court and fountain and is fully fenced. The French inspired main house features approximately 10,527 square feet of living space with 6 bedrooms, 13 bathrooms, 2-story foyer with sweeping grand staircase, elevator, open concept dining room separate by columns, formal living room with fireplace, gourmet kitchen with huge island, breakfast room, family room with fireplace and 2nd set of stairs, wood paneled 2-story library with fireplace and built-in bookshelves, guest quarters with kitchenette, custom home theater, gym, wood paneled game room with bar, 5-car garage and more. Outdoor amenities include a large infinity swimming pool with swim-up bar, summer kitchen, covered patio space and a BBQ area with pizza oven. It is listed at $5,900,000.

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  • Daniel

    Grounds look nice but the exterior look like a nursing home. Interior tries to have that old money look and feel to it – fails. Too much faux finishing and the statue alcoves are hilarious. Kitchen looks like a mess. Pool looks like the only nice part of the home, but the water looks cloudy for some reason.




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  • The Last Man Standing

    The biggest pet peeve I have with luxury estates is that they are often shoe horned in to other houses so you can watch your rich neighbor’s widescreen television from your kitchen.
    This has nice grounds and I like most of the rooms.
    What I don’t like is the dining room in the foyer. For almost six million dollars you can give the dining room a room.




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    • Mak

      The dining room placement is just plain wrong. I can’t imagine what the architect/designer or owner was thinking. I like to think of family fine dining as a peaceful, focused communal experience. Here, what the architect is saying is that it’s merely a nuisance activity; one put off to the side, and hardly rating it’s own place in the hierarchy of family experiences. It appears that no other room in the house is as poorly executed as the dining room.

      I also hate the foyer stairs, and the way they encroach on the door to the living room.

      Finish and furnishings look like they came from an Ethan Allen catalog.




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      • lambskin

        I was thinking more like Bombay Company with Home Goods accents! Faux indoor topiary, stained glass and bird cages, dried flowers, bad carpets….




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  • Grrrowler

    The exterior isn’t hideous, but when purchasing a multi-million dollar house I’d like more of an endorsement than “isn’t hideous”.

    The interior has some decent details, but overall it’s completely expected. The dining room is truly an afterthought, and there’s nothing like sitting down to a nice meal and having anyone who comes to the door able to look right at you. I like the brick work in the kitchen, but the layout is truly terrible. I hate most of the wall finishes, and there are too many cove ceilings, not to mention they’re over-styled.

    At least it’s not built almost on top of a neighboring house, so that’s something positive…




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  • JFW

    Hideous interiors. How many times can you use the stock, “shell topped fiberglas niche,” before it gets ridiculous!




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  • NOVA Ben

    eh…

    Exterior: there’s too much non-descript blandness going on to the right of the main body of the home. If most of that were cut out, it’d be an ok-looking place.

    Interior: A lot of it comes across as very dark…I like dark woods in general, but there’s too much of it here, and the whole thing seems a little boring…the kitchen falls flat, formal rooms are overly predictable, etc etc. I like the study and the home theater, though.

    Price seems in line for the area, though I’m not an expert in TX real estate




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  • rob

    I like the grounds but this just doesn’t do anything for me. I think the staircase is quite nice and some of the woodwork.




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  • Chris

    I love it. I’ll gladly purchase it and do some redecorating.




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  • lambskin

    I like the grounds, pool and exterior. Hate the rest-seriously glass blocks in the masterbath? The outdoor kitchen cabinets are awful!




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  • dan

    The Woodlands is a very upscale planned community in Texas. I actually like the open dining room, it incorporates the living/receiving area into a great room. The general interior dark brown color appeals to me, but little else. And didn’t see a wine cellar. The exterior is understated to say the least.




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  • Christopher Williams

    I’ve driven by this house many times and it has always been one of my favorites in The Woodlands. The outside of the home, as well as the grounds are a lot more pleasing to look at in person.




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