This historic Museum District home was designed by renowned architect Birdsall Briscoe and is situated on nearly an acre at 1324 North Blvd. Sited under canopies of oak trees, this two-story red brick estate with manicured gardens offers geometric composition and elegant detail.
The current owners have maintained, renovated, and updated this home in the nearly four decades of stewardship.
The 7,196-square-foot home features black granite countertops, along with marble, tile and wood floors. It also offers signature millwork throughout its interior, with the main house featuring ample entertainment spaces, a sunroom, library, breakfast room, dumbwaiter, and a two-story family room. The kitchen includes an electric cooktop, convection oven and double ovens.
Other features include a wine cellar, wet bar, wood-burning fireplace, two staircases, owned alarm system with disabled access, an included refrigerator, electric and gas dryer connections, washer connections, ceiling fans, generator, and downstairs laundry and utility rooms.
All bedrooms are upstairs and have en-suite baths. The master suite includes a sitting room with natural light and a dressing room.
The detached garage is equipped with a second-story two-room apartment with a kitchenette and full bath, as well as a greenhouse. The home also boasts a 48-kilowatt natural gas generator.
Outdoor features include a fully fenced back yard, sprinkler system, swimming pool subdivision tennis court, wheelchair access and a workshop.
Listing agent: Ed Wolff
Listing agency: Beth Wolff Realtors Real Living
Location: 1324 North Blvd./Rice/Museum District
Living space: 7,196 square feet
Baths: 5 full, 2 half
Priced at $4,995,000, this five-bedroom home with five full baths and two half-baths is listed by Ed Wolff with Beth Wolff Realtors Real Living.
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