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  • 1.2 Million and cant get a good camera or a photographer. TSK TSK. Maybe she is a discount agent, then you get what you pay for.

  • “Incomplete pool area with lake view!”

    Sounds like somebody ran out of money building their ridiculous house.

    Recording studio?

  • “This house is so big, we ran out of daylight before we could get pictures of all the rooms!”

    Also, I salute whoevers’ idea it was to put the acoustic foams on the recording studio walls in nice geometric patterns.

  • For every other space in this house, the kitchen seems small, really small.

    Also, is there a way to have a second photo of the day for the same house? #27 hands down!!

  • I always wondered, who would pay to live in Katy. I guess the answer is young families that want a good sized house but can’t afford to live ‘in town’. But who would pay OVER A MILLION DOLLARS to live in Katy? ?!??!

  • What style of architecture is this?

  • ^^^^^^

    Sugar Hill?

  • This place seems to be designed to retail style. Looks like high-end shoes, or a hair salon.
    And yes, pic #27 is awesome!
    Home Theater: no screen or seating but there IS a duplex outlet!

  • Why is there no photo of the front elevation? That’s odd. And yes, this house is fugly.

  • I went to hcad.org and entered the address and this is the link:

    then I googled the McCalla Family Foundation, here is the link to the website:

    Something is VERY fishy here.

  • Nothing fishy about that. It sounds like a very similar mission to another local non-profit who were recently featured on a national TV program that there were several Swamplot posts about. Any other comment would of course be entirely my own opinion.

  • I sure hope the fun doesn’t go out of Swamplot because of all the stupidness in some condo somewhere.

    I mean, it’s always fun to speculate and wonder and suppose but where’s the fun if ya gotta watch every single P and Q?

  • The agent is a “Certified Distressed Property Expert” – no joke – mouse over her photo and credentials.