River Oaks home pays homage to original property squib
This 2-acre midcentury property at 2 Tiel Way is located in one of Houston’s most bucolic, serene settings in the River Oaks neighborhood of Houston. This unique home, designed by renowned architect Christopher Robertson, was designed to pay homage to the original MacKie and Kamrath home that once occupied the site.
This new-construction home offers an array of modern amenities and features created by fine craftsmen and materials.
The 6,540-square-foot contemporary modern single-family home features high ceilings, a copper roof, marble and granite countertops, Siberian larch wood and warm gray Texas limestone flooring, to define the spaces.
The kitchen includes a breakfast bar, island with cooktop, electric oven, pantry, pot-and-pan drawers, a second sink, and soft-closing drawers. The home also features a wine bar.
Bathrooms include double sinks, a primary bath and separate shower. Outdoor features include a pool with spraying fountains, expansive lawn and shaded ravine garden, as well as a partially fenced backyard, back green space and a sprinkler system. The rear acre is a separate lot (with its own legal description) that the buyer could sell and/or build on.
Priced at $6,900,000, this home with four bedrooms, 4½ baths is listed by Jay Monroe with Martha Turner Sotheby’s International Realty.
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