When the listing of an expansive 2002 property in Spring says it has an “oversized, attached” garage, believe it. In this case, it’s referring to the airplane hangar in back (top). The mixed-use building’s informal first level features residential floorspace with aviation storage just steps away. The more formal living space upstairs has a bird’s-eye view of the inventory (top). Runway access to David Wayne Hooks Memorial Airport is immediately adjacent to the property, which is located, fittingly, off Steubner-Airline Rd. and north of Spring-Cypress Rd. Since February, a re-listing has held to a steady course pointed toward $3.5 million, the asking price set in a November-to-January initial sortie.
Ceilings take off inside with plenty of clearance. The 11,385-sq.-ft. home of steel stacks the living-dining room and kitchen upstairs, where windows look over the hangar space:
Lost? An inlaid compass at the top of the stairs points to the combo rooms and a flight-monitoring balcony running the full width of the home:
One of the balcony doors serves the master suite:
Below, a porch entry lands . . .
in the family room:
Rooms off the back hallway (above) include the Pilot’s Lounge, fitted with a map table:
Both secondary bedrooms are also downstairs:
As is a shared bathroom:
Beyond is the hangar itself, which takes up about 7,500 sq. ft.:
- 8308 Thora Rd. [HAR]