Luxury Houston Texas Mansion For Sale By Absolute Auction


Welcome to Sleepy Oaks Chateau in Houston
Texas selling at absolute auction with no reserve on June 25th. Located just 20 minutes from downtown Houston
with shopping at the Galleria Mall, Hermit Park for recreation, with your choice of museums,
sporting venues, golf courses and all that Greater Houston has to offer. Sleepy Oaks Chateau is a European inspired
stately grand manor located on of very few flagshaped lots in Hunters Creek Village just
outside of Houston. This magnificent masterpiece is privately
nestled on over an acre of park-like grounds. Old world charm and modern day luxury, perfect
intertwined in this custom designed residence built by L-D Custom Homes. The kitchen is a chef’s delight with plentiful
room for preparation, cooking and sharing time with family and friends. Top of the line appliances feature a Wolf
range and custom cabinetry including front wood-paneled sub-zero side-by-side refrigerator. The master suite is a haven of relaxation complete
with a double sided stone fireplace that separates the sleeping area from a cozy sitting room. The attached spa-like octagonal master bathroom
features his and hers sinks and walk-in closets. A separate spacious shower with steam room
features and the jacuzzi whirlpool tub. The home features an impressive two-story
study and library with a stunning rod-iron spiral staircase that provides direct access
to the upper level and the custom stained glass dome. Sleepy Oaks Chateau includes all of the fine
details one would expect from such a luxurious setting. No expense was spared to eloquently
appoint this magnificent property including climate controlled wine room and both a game
and media room provide a clean palette for you to create the ultimate viewing experience. Extended outdoor living space showcases a
custom arboretum, exquisite landscaping and a sparkling 50 foot pool and spa together
with a summer kitchen and custom wood-burning pizza oven. Now is your time to make Sleepy Oaks Chateau
yours. Call Supreme Auctions to view this magnificent home today.

91 thoughts on “Luxury Houston Texas Mansion For Sale By Absolute Auction

  1. OMG!!!!! That's more than a house…. it's a slice of heaven on earth!!!

  2. one of the better real estate videos. I wish other agents put this much efforts into their videos.

  3. I hate the stone they used on the exterior of the home! Limestone would be the clean, classic mansion look for me. The interior looks good, what little they show of it. They seem to be doing a MTV Cribs camera job, showing brief, tight shots of the place, so you can't really get full room shots of anything.

  4. For someone that usually doesn't care for too much wood, in the mansion, the wood looks rich and classy!!!!!! Very well done blend of iron, wood, colors, border work, etc.

    My house keeper would carry cans of Pledge in a holster like a gun fighter! You have to make sure with a mansion like this that the cleaning staff knows not to try and clean everything with bleach! Lol! Wow, such amazing, grand and opulent use of the wood!

    I hate to sound like a broken record, but I am blown away by the look and feel of pure class here! Well done!

  5. if I had the money I would take it. perhaps in 3 years. How much does a place like this go for about?

    The lady that said 'pledge' on the wood is crazy. That stuff builds up over the years. I would clean and treat it my self, I would not trust anyone else to do it. Amish furniture polish type products are the best.
    And someone else mentions bleach. I don't believe in help. I clean up after myself.

  6. Now I see why the Kardashians buy these homes and then remodel them right away, to prevent fast- aging.

  7. Love the library but the fence in the backyard looked as if there was a neighboring house or am I wrong?

  8. Keep up the great videos Carol at http://luxury-furniture.co Hollywood

  9. #Shandira Price if I had the money I would take it. perhaps in 3 years. How much does a place like this go for about?

    The lady that said 'pledge' on the wood is crazy. That stuff builds up over the years. I would clean and treat it my self, I would not trust anyone else to do it. Amish furniture polish type products are the best.
    And someone else mentions bleach. I don't believe in help. I clean up after myself. @Some Guy
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  10. #Some Guy I hate the stone they used on the exterior of the home! Limestone would be the clean, classic mansion look for me. The interior looks good, what little they show of it. They seem to be doing a MTV Cribs camera job, showing brief, tight shots of the place, so you can't really get full room shots of anything. @Mrs. Hawthorne (Nene)
    Very nice home mosey on over to https://www.facebook.com/MikeDurrMortgageGuy

  11. I watch a lot of these luxury home videos. I click on based on the exterior but usually I don't like the interior. This house I do like the interior.

    Of course, I am too poor to buy but I do have my lottery ticket for the next drawing! So I can dream.

  12. Why do all these houses have such small looking kitchens?  Even if you do not cook that often, it would be nice to have room to move around or have more than one person in there at a time!

  13. This is an amazing house! My parents looked at it last year but to be honest, It felt a little bit too dark. Like the kinda dark where people get invited over to a dinner party and everybody starts getting killed one by one lol

  14. As I look at these properties, I get a sense that there's very little imagination involved in their design. It's like they all go to through a checklist: useless "European" style frills? Check. Stone and wood picked entirely for expense and inconvenience? Check. Wine cellar? Check. Etc, etc.

    I keep hearing Steve Jobs in my head saying "they just have no taste".

  15. It feels any rooms is tight even though everything is looks very luxury.
    I thought so, because interior is dark color?

  16. I personally do not like it. Feels like they crammed too much building on a small lot and the entire design feels cramped and unbalanced. Add that with the dark colors and overall interior design its just a miss.

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  18. stay safe cause they will pull guns on you claiming you've done something to them thats the reason why they have stranded you in another state . or you stole money from someone to have such a big house

  19. Is it possible to get there a little early to actually go inside the house and check it out before the auction?

  20. First, I apologize for my rambling and a tad of ranting. Lol

    There are very few newer construction homes that I care for nor, would I look twice at. While stone wouldn't be my normal "go to," the architecture, windows, lighting and attention to detail – draws me in. It kept me there when I viewed the interior. In my opinion, this home is impeccable and exquisite!

    My childhood home was built in 1880. We had the high ceilings, gorgeous crown molding cherry woodwork that was curved and lined where the walls met the ceiling (8" of solid cherry). Every doorway and window had handcrafted 6" fluted casing with the rosette type corners. The wood trim also extended beneath the width of each window (which, were 8 feet long) to met the 8" detailed wooden baseboards that lined every wall. The solid oak staircase was handcrafted and one of a kind. To give an idea of how ornamental this staircase was, when my grandfather purchased the house back in the early 60's, a man offered him over $15,000 just for the banister and railing – that is a ridiculous amount of money for that alone.
    Three inch thick oak entry doors – the sheer height and width would dwarf the sad excuse they call doors, nowadays. One never had to worry about getting oversized furniture in our house. Along with Pocket Doors, French Doors and two marble ornate fireplaces. I could go on for days, but you get the hint.

    *What I am getting at, my old home and THIS home, are how houses are supposed to be made – built to LAST. Did you notice how many times I said "solid wood" in my description above? The reason, finishings such as these (this house appears to be all solid wood) scream quality…because they ARE.
    It shows that the architect and/or designer paid great attention to detail – they have taste and it's not "showy" or flashy gaudiness. It is elegance. The woodwork in this house is distinct, flows very well and is ornate. The library/study/office alone is absolutely stunning!

    There are so many houses slapped together in the past half century or so, make me cringe. There is no durability factor, there is no originality and there is zero class.
    IF – there is any crown molding or trim – the majority of the time it is this dreadful, faux and completely generic looking trim to give the appearance of "wood," that is the equivalent of pressed and glued sawdust or plastic/acrylic. It's cheap and sadly, why it's so popular. It is expensive to purchase real wood and especially, wood with great detail.
    I do not have the money to construct such a house or to buy one such as this, but if you can't do it right, don't do it at all.

    I cannot understand the "logic" of people wanting a house where everything is white, off-white or some shade thereof. Absolutely zero character and no definition…it all blends into…blah. Does it give the "appearance" of openness and larger, yes.
    No thank you, I'll take some depth, contrasting colors and uniqueness with my home. This house is very large with over 12,000 sq ft and 7 bedrooms – it wouldn't have "small" rooms.
    It looks inviting and rich (as in decadent) to me; not…I am afraid to walk across the floor or accidently touch the walls because it will mar something. o.0

    Another thing that baffles me – the craze of "open floor plan." Walls are a good thing people! Those barriers prevent sound from traveling – especially, if they are WELL built walls. Semi-soundproofing without actually soundproofing. Extra woodwork like this house has, even MORE insulated. And, who needs to see each other every second you're in the house together? 😀

    Can't see your children well enough? Do like people used to do – go find them. Better yet, teach them HOW to behave…people will love you for it!

    For the anti-carpet folks…also a good thing, in my opinion. Not much carpet in this home, but many area rugs. We almost had wall-to-wall carpeting in my old house – even in our kitchen. And no, the carpet in there wasn't grimy or sticky – it is second nature to us with being careful. I miss it tremendously. Thick piled carpeting with a well constructed backing and dense padding underneath, will last for YEARS. Our living room that was 33 feet long and the same carpet continued into the Foyer, was 20 yrs old and still looked brand new. No wear pattern/track visible and once furniture was placed, it rarely ever moved at my house. Even MORE noise reduction. It's warm in the winter – I'm from IL. If you have pets, it prevents hair from flying all over the place – unlike tile/wood/etc. Even dust and lint, in general, that accumulates on the floor – it all gets disrupted continuously. To me, it is much easier to run the vacuum than get out a broom and sweep the entire house and throw around more dust. Further, it is just extremely comfy. A proper vacuum with weight and heavy suction, is key. Worried about dirt and germs? Did you know there is anti-microbial carpet out there? How about steaming or the older way of shampooing? Just a thought.

    There are a couple of issues I find with this house by what I can see. A major one, it's on a slab foundation and hence, gives no "roots" to the house…a very large one, at that. Two, it looks like the neighbors are a hop, skip and jump away. Even with that, I LOVE the outdoor kitchen area – so, I'd deal with the neighbors and the view of their roofline.

    One can dream, right? 😀

  21. As hot as it gets during the Summer months, I'd go belly-up just paying the air conditioning/electricity bill each month!

  22. Was this house in the Flood ….. maybe that’s why it’s up for auction. There were a lot of Big Mansions underwater; trust me my son was a rescue pilot during the hurricane disaster

  23. Ok the video looks great, but the frickin music is so dang loud I can't hear the woman talk. The music doesn't inspire!

  24. Yeah, no. It's too dark for my liking, gives me horror movie vibes. And the guy who originally owned it murdered his whole family. Makes sense as to why it's being auctioned.

  25. Dude if I get this house i would so use it to rent to movie producers for horror films.
    I love horror movies, horror core music, I love everything gothic and dark.

  26. Wonderful house, however, a lot of very dark wood, black irons, and dark countertops! 😎💥🌎

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  28. Very dark, too much wood, looks like a ski chalet in Colorado. Very beautiful home if they lightened it up a little bit, elevators are for tall buildings.

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