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SOUTHERN COLONIAL River Oaks THIS COLONIAL ESTATE was renovated, updated and expanded while preserving the classic southern colonial facade. Positioned on the beautiful Chevy Chase Park, this property features an open, airy floor plan with hardwood floors. Impressive entertaining and gathering spaces, with designer wall treatments; tall ceilings; magnificent designer tile floors in baths; travertine floor in kitchen; elevator; return staircase. Views of patio and yard through banks of French doors. Bedrooms are en-suite, including two master suites. NEW ENGLAND COLONIAL River Oaks THE GRACE OF OLD HOUSTON emanates from this superbly restored New England Colonial-style residence on an acre+ lot. Designed by renowned architect J.T.Rather (Staub, Rather & Howz) for legendary Houstonian George R. Brown, the home has undergone a renovation by architects Sharon Perry & Roger Cooner. The property boasts light-filled formals; professionally-equipped kitchen; master suite with morning room, en-suite bedrooms with sitting areas, guest cottage. VILLA ENCANTADO Memorial CLASSICALLY-STYLED, CUSTOM-BUILT MEDITERRANEAN ESTATE residence by Robert Dame with curated finishes and authentic details. Sumptuous amenities throughout; sheltered outdoor living and dining, resort-inspired pool surrounded by bluestone terraces. Enormous fireplaces in gathering kitchen and great room; first-floor master wing with onyx/marble-clad bathroom, exercise room. Licensed Assistants - Mary Caroline Dillon and Brooke Kiecke 3 A M A Z I N G H O M E S O N E R E L I A B L E R E A L T O R 713.558.3247 RU T H I E RU T H I E P ORT E R F I E L D.C OM Houston is the place to live. There is a limited supply of luxury home inventory. It's time for a real estate expert. S E L L I N G I N H O U S T O N ' S F I N E S T N E I G H B O R H O O D S F O R O V E R T H I R T Y Y E A R S . T O A R R A N G E A P R I VA T E S H O W I N G :

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