New Orleans-inspired home in Texas asks $2.9M
The intricate facades in New Orleans, Louisiana, have earned the city a beloved following from architecture lovers. But it’s rare to see the eclectic blend of American, French, Creole, and Colonial styles outside of the Big Easy. That’s why this five-bedroom, eight-bath home caught our eye.
The home is located in Spring, Texas, and was built in the Southern French Colonial style by DvL Custom Concepts in 2010. It’s a modern take on New Orleans architecture, featuring limestone columns and gas lanterns that flank the main entrance, intricate iron work over a two-level balcony, and brick floors on the porch, balconies, and patio. Leaded glass doors and a two-story stair hall welcome people to the house, and both the living and dining rooms have fireplaces and double-hung windows that open to the picturesque front porch.
The marble-accented kitchen, mahogany built-ins, and master suite ooze luxury, but it’s the backyard spaces that really impress. Situated on a .75-acre lot, a brick patio leads to a covered dining area, fountains, and a large pool. Other perks include a three-car garage, a prime location on the golf course, and a game room with elevator access.
Love what you see? 235 South Fazio Court is on the market now for $2,900,000.