The Price of The Most Expensive Home in Houston Just Dropped By $13 Million
Originally priced at a staggering $43 million, this sprawling château-style home with a living room modeled after the Palace of Versailles was recently relisted for $29.999 million.
With five kitchens, eight bedrooms, eight bathrooms and four half-bathrooms across 27,000-plus square feet, this neoclassical stunner is truly one of a kind, both in size and detail. Located at 100 Carnarvon Drive on 2.5 secluded acres in Houston’s Memorial neighborhood, the mansion’s owners—Ed and Marie Bosarge—gave their luxury estate a fitting name: Chateau Carnarvon. The reason they’re selling? The Wall Street Journal reports that they simply “don’t spend enough time there.”
From the entryway’s 33-foot-tall, hand-painted domed ceiling to the state of the art home theater, scroll down to explore Houston’s most lavish home.
Ultimate Curb Appeal
A tree-lined drive that wraps around a reflecting pool flanked with fountains sets a luxurious tone right off the bat.
Every inch of the 2.5-acre property features impeccable landscaping.
The home’s palatial entryway boasts a 33-foot-tall domed ceiling, floors inlaid with precious stones, a glittering chandelier and sculptures.
Dining Room with Hand-Painted Fresco Ceiling
The stunning fresco on the dining room ceiling will make it hard to keep your eyes on your dinner plate.
Elegant and Neutral Kitchen
One of the property’s five kitchens included a spacious butler’s pantry, a butcher-block island, and intricate molding.
Spiral Staircase with Stained Glass Dome
This opulent staircase makes the perfect setting for a movie-worthy grand entrance.
Plush Home Theater
The home’s luxurious theater is the ideal place to wind down after a long day spent mingling with Texas royalty.
Rectangular Backyard Pool
Soaring Italian Cypress trees and dramatic lighting make the backyard feel like it was plucked straight out of the French countryside.