Location: 23 Grand Colonial Drive, The Woodlands, TX

Square Footage: 14,396

Bedrooms & Bathrooms: 7 bedrooms & 10 bathrooms

Price: $7,950,000

This Mediterranean style mansion is located at 23 Grand Colonial Drive in The Woodlands, TX and is situated on 1.7 gated acres. It features a stone motor court with fountain and a porte-cochere leading to a 5-car garage (2 attached/3 semi-detached). It was built in 2005 and features approximately 14,396 square feet of living space with 7 bedrooms, 8 full and 2 half bathrooms, 2-story foyer with sweeping staircase, formal living and dining room with double sided fireplace, main hallway with groin vaulted ceiling, wine cellar, gourmet kitchen with butler’s pantry, breakfast room, family room with fireplace, 2-story paneled home office/library with custom built-ins and spiral staircase, game room with wet bar, home theater and more. Outdoor features include numerous terraces and covered patios, outdoor kitchen/BBQ, infinity edge swimming pool with spa and water features and a full court basketball court.

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  • Jason

    hideous and tacky. it rivals some of the Persian Palaces of Beverly Hills for faux sumptuousness. Someone made a run for Kirkland’s & Pier One for this one. Also, the “art” is terrible, especially the tapestry in the keeping room which mars the kitchen- the only half decent room in this pile of wood.




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  • Daniel

    Pool looks nice but the interior is too formal and frilly. Exterior isn’t terrible.




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  • Grrrowler

    I like the pool. The rest could benefit from a “less is more” approach.




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  • Brijbhushan Bhattadri

    The Woodlands are home to many of Houston’s wealthy, but this home and its listing price suggests that a bubble is beginning there. I can’t see these prices sustaining for too long, even in a state that is doing as well economically as Texas is. The house looks nicely put together if overdecorated, but someone might like it as it was designed. The price, though, is going to hurt whoever buys it in the future, when I personally think prices here will come down to more realistic levels.




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    • Chris W

      Honestly with ExxonMobil, and many other major corporations moving into the area. I imagine home prices will stay steady, and possibly even increase as they have been doing. The Woodlands will experience a lot of growth for many years to come!




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