Houston’s Most Expensive House Ever: A $24.5 Million Jalen Green Memorial Mega Mansion Hιts the Market

House hunters, cling to your hopes of champagne and caviar. If you are looking for a 21,738 square foot home with 15 baths and a basketball court, this mega-mansion in the Memorial area has recently Һit the Houston luxury real estate market.

The asking price is a whopping $24.5 million, so selling your stocks might be a necessity.

With an asking price of $29.5 million, this incredible house at 9030 Sandringham is one of the most costly listings in the city, right behind the neighboring 120 Carnavon. Located half a block away from the Sandringham property, this 26,639 square foot home sits on four acres.

It is the first Houston home by Sullivan Stevens Henry Oggero & Associates to Һit the market, and it is a breathtaking modern beauty that has recently been advertised. The property spans two acres. To begin with, we adore the sleek modernity of the high-end aluminum Fleetwood windows and doors. We also commend the thoughtful layout that maximizes the utilization of space, unlike some of the newer homes on the market.

The house boasts an abundance of exceptional features, such as high ceilings, granite tile floors, a 10-foot double-sided Montigo fireplace, a 42-inch walk-up bar made of Carrera marble, custom chandeliers, two steel and glass wrap-around staircases, Miele kitchen appliances, and a Sub-Zero refrigerator and freezer with glass panels.

Besides the eight bedrooms and fifteen bathrooms, the mansion has a library with a spiral staircase leading to a cigar room, a half basketball court that is true to size, two kitchens, a state-of-the-art gym, a formal office, a raised playroom, a hair salon, a main gathering room, a family room, a guest suite, and a fantastic loggia with a Viking grill, a wood-burning pizza oven, bar seating, and a terrace that extends to the enormous pool.

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