Live the dream in this gorgeous custom home located on the 15th hole of the Player golf course in the prestigious neighborhood of Player Woods! Beautiful travertine floors flow through the main living areas of the home. Fabulous views of the outdoors from every room. Kitchen & family room are tucked away for privacy & with both formals, entertaining is a breeze! The master suite is to die for! Spacious in every way & luxurious! Enjoy movies in the media room! Second bedroom down & each bedroom has an ensuite bath! Pool is complete with spa & waterfall & while private, especially with the extra green space on the side, you are still able to view the course. Outdoor kitchen is perfect for outdoor BBQ’s! The rest of The Woodlands awaits you, with nearby parks, dining, shopping & events!
Beautiful curb appeal…stone/stucco…columns…wrap-around porch! Private greenbelt with huge yard. Impressive two-story foyer. Dining room with French doors to wrap-around porch. Modern colors throughout. Open floor plan…great for entertaining. Family room with stone fireplace and built-ins plus beamed cathedral ceiling. Kitchen is open to the family. New Kitchen-Aid appliances, granite, breakfast bar. Easy maintenance wood tile floors. Master & study are private. Master suite overlooks pool, backyard & greenbelt. New master shower. Game room is mid-level with door …perfect for noise control. All Baths with new tile floors. Soak up the sun on the tanning ledge in the large pool while enjoying the waterfall with the forest behind you. The seller has hosted weddings, graduations, birthdays, and parties in this fabulous backyard.
Unique open plan with awesome natural light! Walls of windows overlooking pool paradise and two courtyards.
A perfect combination of 5 bedrooms, 4 full-baths, both formals plus 2 family areas. Four garage bays are suited for a multiple vehicle family or a family with multiple adult toys.
Upstairs is split between children’s bedrooms and enterttainment area and a master retreat…ideal for all members of the family.
The downstairs bedroom with en-suite bath offers privacy for guest or visiting family.
Experience the tasteful updates to this truly remarkable home!
This home will leave you speechless! It is drop dead gorgeous! The sellers have updated the home to the max. New kitchen is a chef’s dream. New split-tone cabinetry…lighted glass door upper cabinets…luxury granite…eye-catching encaustic tile backsplash…extended island…incredible 60” fridge…beverage center. Family room with views of pool…Carrera marble fireplace. Master suite is simply elegant with stunning views to pool. Master bath with wet room…includes freestanding tub plus stunning subway tile shower & surround. Encaustic tile flooring & backsplash…very chic. Dining room with wood floors & Kessler chandelier. 4th bedroom down could be study. Second bath down is updated with encaustic tile. Upstairs bath has also been remodeled with new cabinetry, granite & more! The backyard w/pool/spa/waterfall is perfect for your outdoor enjoyment. Next to neighborhood park, close to Bush Elem, TWHS, Alden Bridge Park, shopping & more!
By Melissa Dittmann Tracey, REALTOR® Magazine
It’s been gray mania in home design over the last few years. We first saw grays grow as the base wall color in homes, then within flooring, furniture (hello, gray sofas!), and now gray colored kitchen cabinets are all the rage. Gray is everywhere!
And while all these gray home décor items individually are certainly still trending, using them all together — well, it can be a little much. Remember, even Dorothy from “The Wizard of Oz” eventually opened the door to the delight of cheerful colors.
Let’s not forget, gray isn’t exactly the happiest, most cheerful color. It’s a neutral, and it needs to be mixed with color to make it pop.
So to liven up your grays, pair gray-colored walls with an accent color, like greens, yellows, or navy patterned accent chairs, pillows, or rugs. Here, the designer uses a blue velvet sofa to break up the gray.
For the kitchen, avoid the temptation to pair gray walls, gray flooring, and gray colored cabinets. Instead, try a contrasting shade, like a different color kitchen island to offset some of the gray.