There sure is a lot of chairs in that house.
The rug really ties the room together
$3.2 million and they’ve got IKEA furniture in that place? I know because I have that same dresser.
Does the owner have a chair fetish? Also: all the expensive appointments and touches yet they go with an Ikea Malm bed for one of the bedrooms? must be the red-headed step child’s room.
Landscaping by Le Notre. Interior is an odd (or eclectic, depending on your viewpoint) mix of contemporary and Louis XVI.
Those…chimneys? look like the top of compressed gas canisters more than they look like architecture.
3.2 mil? It’s a tear down.
The lounge seating arrangements are very trypical of a traditional Middle Eastern home. According to the HCAD website, the homeowner’s surname appears to be Middle Eastern. What is even more interesting is the $38,000 annual property tax bill on this home….ouch…
That room looks like the room at the end of 2001: A Space Odyssey.
All of that furniture is Westheimer Flea Market material.
Well….. it looks like a waiting room in the White House. But if you buy, you’re going have some really nice neighbors. I know.
3.2 Million and not one comfortable chair!
Someone by the name of the listed owner is a doctor who got in trouble for Medicare fraud in Dec 2011, uh oh
What an odd assortment of furnishings and interiors.
$3.2 Mil will never happen, there are new construction homes being sold in the area for 2.5 to 2.8 range. There’s a reason it’s listed by a no-name Realtor, no reputable one would waste time listing it at an unrealistic price.
The interiors make it a mullet house: all business up front and a party in the back!
This home proves the old axiom that money doesn’t buy taste. On the other hand, looks like it would make a very nice embassy for any oil rich country…
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