If you’re feeling a little tipsy as you tour this 1998 custom home on Lampasas St. in St. George Place (the Galleria-area neighborhood formerly know as Lamar Terrace) you might catch the kind of views of it that are featured in its listing, lending a bit of a Fun House vibe to the stately corner property.
The asking price is $1.095 million; the property was listed earlier this month. The views start begin their artful skew in the piano-scaled 2-story foyer, the effect amplified by the hallway’s diagonal cut across the oak flooring’s grain:
Arches and overhead accents in the open dining room slightly bring an interesting twist to the scene:
The home’s 3,803-sq.-ft. floor plan has the master suite downstairs; it’s entered through this study. The bay window faces south, toward the street:
A 3-sided fireplace provides a midrise divider between the adjacent rooms:
Ornate ironwork jazzes up the switchback staircase and upper hallway serving . . .
3 secondary bedrooms and their bathrooms:
There’s also a game room upstairs, at the front of the home.
An automated canopy can cover the back yard’s slate-tiled patio as needed:
There’s an extra parking area next to the double driveway:
It all lies behind the wrought-iron fencing and gate on cross-street Yorktown, 2 blocks south of The School at St. George Place.
The home last sold in 2008, for $665K.
- 5366 Lampasas St. [HAR]