Rustic Mediterrean Meets Memorial Proportions in This $3.9 Million Builder’s Custom Home in Hedwig Village



Craggy stonework and red roof tiles rock a rustic Euro farmhouse vibe in Hedwig Village at a 2011 custom home by and for the builder behind Cunningham Development (and the Andalusian-inspired Cáceres enclave community in the Rice Military area). The listing, posted yesterday, has a $3.895 million asking price, but doesn’t include too many peeks at (or around) the property. It’s just north of Beinhorn Rd., between Piney Point Rd. and Voss Rd., in a neighborhood with several newer built homes mixing in with the remaining mid-fifties inventory.



The 8,214-sq.-ft. floor plan fits a media room over the 3-car garage (above), which sits behind a gardened gate by a widened section of driveway pavement meant to provide extra parking.

The home’s interior features white oak trim and flooring; a fair number of archways suggest room-like spaces within the opened-up floor plan. Some of the spans are impressive; the breakfast room pictured at the top of this story, for example, measures 30 ft. by 37 ft. Here’s the dining room’s cozier-scaled space, measuring 19 ft. by 15 ft. A wine room stacks up through the looking glass:


Floor-to-ceiling picture windows in the family room (18 ft. by 25 ft.) and the adjacent piano-filled alcove face the back yard’s patio and poolscape:


The master suite (pictured below) is downstairs. As are a guest bedroom with bathroom, a powder room, and laundry facilities. Three secondary bedrooms and 3 other bathrooms are upstairs, where the camera roamed not.


Two outdoor venues front the pool. The one on the left in the photo below is an outdoor kitchen.


The lot covers more than half an acre. Even with a pool with spa and water wall — and some strategically planted landscaping to block the homes behind — there’s still some lawn:


Roomy Rooms

5 Comment

  • It reminds me of an Olive Garden…

  • I mean, I can’t really complain about the decor/design inside, but the exterior looks juuuust like an Olive Garden.

  • agree with hayley. It’s actually pretty tastefully done for what you’d expect out of a new-build $4M 9,000sf house. But the outside looks just like the Olive Garden featured in the earlier post today

  • The den/common area reminds me of a church. I like that the décor is not overpowering, though. Simple but nice furniture in each room, and white space here and there.

  • Either they are late taking down the Christmas tree (or really early putting it up).