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  • I always chuckle when realtors list the architect of a house, nobody cares, because nobody knows who any of these guys are, even people in the industry don’t know.
    Also, 10 mil asking price is about double of what it’s really worth even with the large lot.

  • i am really trying hard not to hate this eclectic home decor fad. But the stuffed white peacock in the room with the baby grand piano is not helping.

  • Man…I love this house! White peacock notwithstanding…

  • @commonsense
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    Don’t accuse others of your own ignorance.

  • This property isn’t listed in HCAD. Must be tax-free – awesome!

  • @I’m paying way too much — It is, but it’s listed under a different street. Use the map view to identify the property. The map has the account number on it. HCAD says the market value is an even 9 million.

  • BTW, last year’s taxes were an astonishing $108,795.99.

  • @I’m paying way too much: HCAD has the address as 11510 Greenbay. HCAD number 1308850010001

  • @ Google Master: Property taxes were 208,387 for FY 2017…. For a 2.09 acre Villages lot. That is low compared to some other Houston area residential and NON-residential properties..One 27,500 square foot home also in the Memorial Villages has taxes 2.5 almost 3 times that . The ask price of this home has dropped by several million. It is a VERY lovely home- I used to live down the street. Debbie and Roger Clements lived literally across the street and Mary Lou Retton & her hubby Shannon Kelley lived in a 9169 sq ft abode several homes west of this pile.. I love the post-modern Greco-Roman influenced lap pool. That’s how you design,build and ENJOY a pool. I’d buy this house and do some tweaks on some things I saw during construction in 2010…

  • they already dropped the price down from 13,495,000.

    just another 1 mil to go before it is reasonable.

  • @HappyGuy, that divorce suit reads like a bad episode of Jerry Springer, minus the trailer park.

  • @lms, without googling can you name the Designer of your car? More importantly does anyone care who the designer of a car is?