8 Most Expensive Houses in Texas Currently (2022)


In the state of Texas, there are nearly 78,000 homes for sale at any given time. The average listing price is a hefty $423,783. This is inflated due to Texas’s abundance of land, which leads to many mid-sized and large ranch-style estates with a ton of acreage driving their market value. The ability to build manor homes on these outdoor expanses opens the opportunity for incredible home prices.

Continue reading to learn about the 8 most expensive houses in Texas, including the expansive luxury land that surrounds them.

8. 3996 Inverness Dr

Price: $17,900,000
Rooms: 6 bed/11 bath
Size: 18,265 sq. ft
City: Houston
Built: 2011

3996 Inverness Dr
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The single-family home in Houston, Texas at 3996 Inverness Dr is a huge home, with a stone façade like a fairytale cottage on steroids. It’s on the market for $17.9 million and includes 6 bedrooms and 11 bathrooms, spread over 18,265 sq. ft.

The house was built in 2011, designed to mimic the manor estates of the English countryside in the storybook style. The house is full of English imported limestone and slate floors. There’s a billiards lounge, wine cellar, open family room, guest house, summer kitchen, hot tub, pool, and more.

Did you know?

This storybook manor mansion has a prominent loggia, which is an exterior covered gallery open to the outdoors and supported by arches. They were famous additions to Italian communes in the Middle Ages, originally symbolizing civic ceremonial spaces.

For this lavish Texas manor, the loggia is a mix of outdoor and indoor sitting areas and is a huge part of the home’s gorgeously mythic royal artifice.


7. 3311 Del Monte Dr

Price: $17,950,000
Rooms: 4 bed/7 bath
Size: 11,264 sq. ft
City: Houston
Built: 1937

3311 Del Monte Dr
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Whereas most of the houses on this list have been built in the last few decades, the house at 3311 Del Monte Dr in Houston was built in 1937. It comes with 4 bedrooms, 7 bathrooms, and 11,264 sq. ft of space on a 1.01-acre plot. The house costs $17.95 million to own.

The house’s original architect was Joseph Finger, though the house later had its design revised by Curtis & Windham. The reception spaces are lavish to the point of royalty. The home’s luxury features include a game room, dressing rooms, guest suites, sitting rooms, a wine cellar, poolside pavilion, fitness center, and spa.

Did you know?

The architect Joseph Finger came to the United States from Austria in 1905 to Houston, Texas. He was a major force in modernizing the architecture of Texas into the Art Deco Style. Some of his famous buildings include the Temple Beth Israel and the Houston Turn-Verein Clubhouse.


6. 9727 Audubon Pl

Price: $18,900,000
Rooms: 7 bed/15 bath
Size: 18,769 sq. ft
City: Dallas
Built: 2000

9727 Audubon Pl
photo source: Zillow

The house at 9727 Audubon Pl is on a 1.3-acre plot and is listed on Zillow for $18.9 million. The huge house looks like a palace inside, with nearly 19,000 sq. ft of furnishings, staircases, chandeliers, and incredible wood and tile finishes. It has 7 bedrooms, 15 bathrooms, and 9 garage spaces attached.

The estate was designed by Robbie Fusch, though it has undergone design revisions since being built in 2000. The house includes a smart home system by Lutron, walls of Venetian plaster, a kitchen furnished for catering, a tasting room, billiard room, beauty room, exercise room, bar, 1,000-bottle wine room, and more.

Did you know?

Robbie Fusch has been known for making huge luxury homes like this for decades, since 1976. This home’s decadent features include an infinity-edge pool and sunken fire pit, in addition to the features already mentioned. It even has a climate-controlled automobile showroom, which is 2,026 sq. ft by itself.


5. 2920 Lazy Lane Blvd

Price: $25,000,000
Rooms: 5 bed/10 bath
Size: 17,405 sq. ft
City: Houston
Built: 1989

2920 Lazy Lane Blvd
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This house was built in 1989 at 2920 Lazy Lane Blvd in Houston. It’s a huge home, with 5 bedrooms and 10 bathrooms, for a total of 17,405 sq. ft. It’s on the market for a cool $25 million and also comes with an annual HOA fee of $1,000.

The house was built by the architects at Robert A.M. Stern on a 4.5-acre plot. The designers are famous for classical Italian designs that work just as well in the sunshine of Texas as they would in the outdoors in the South of Italy.

Some of the home’s luxury features include numerous entertaining spaces, a professional tennis court, a garden atrium encompassing two stories of natural beauty, a full pool, and fountains in the antique style.

Did you know?

The HOA or homeowner’s association that you’ll be paying $1,000 annually for at this property helps you maintain the unit and property in accordance with the codes of the neighborhood.


4. 6731 E Fm 1123

Price: $25,000,000
Rooms: 3 bed/5 bath
Size: 5,580 sq. ft
City: Belton
Built: 1990

6731 E Fm 1123
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One of the older houses on this list, believe it or not, built in 1990, 6731 E Fm 1123 in Belton, Texas is expensive not only for its plush living quarters but for the 303.55 acres of land surrounding it. The house has 3 bedrooms and 5 bathrooms, encompassing a comparatively modest 5,580 sq. ft.

These acres include a mile of land with direct access to the water on the Salado Creek and Lampasas River. Some of the oak trees on the property are over a century old and are a huge part of the property’s ability to give birdwatchers, hikers, fisherfolks, and horseback riders the space to stretch their legs and interests.

Did you know?

The inside of the house features a huge dining room with wood features and a devoted craft room. The house is an open concept design that prioritizes the airy spaces of this whole $25,000,000 home.


3. 1722 River Oaks Blvd

Price: $25,500,000
Rooms: 5 bed/8 bath
Size: 12,209 sq. ft
City: Houston
Built: 2005

1722 River Oaks Blvd
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1722 River Oaks Blvd in Houston is one of the state’s most expensive houses, sporting 5 bedrooms and 8 bathrooms for a total of 12,209 sq. ft. The house was built in 2005 on this 1.01-acre plot.

Despite being built in the American Tudor style, it has modern quality of life features like a smart home system. The millwork is mahogany, the walls are in Segreto plaster, and the whole house is finished in hardwood and limestone.

The garage fits six cars, and the outside of the house is a gorgeous brick façade. The house is currently on the market for $25.5 million.

Did you know?

Some of this home’s other luxury amenities include an herb garden, decorative pond, pool, and heated spa.


2. 4119 Private Road 3361

Price: $26,785,000
Rooms: 3 bed/4 bath
Size: 6,315 sq. ft
City: Sonora
Built: 2020

4119 Private Road 3361
photo source: Zillow

This 3-bed, 4-bath house at 4119 Private Road 3361 in Sonora, Texas is a ranch-style house whose value is not only in the 6,300+ sq. ft of the house itself. The real value of this property, which is listed on Zillow for $26,785,000, is in its 11,671 acres of gorgeous property.

The long-range view of this property is the dream of any hunter or outdoorsman/woman, especially from your incredible porch and outdoor pool. An outdoor kitchen and fireplace for classy get-togethers is another reason to get obsessed with the outdoors at this house.

In addition to the main house, there is also a series of buildings on the property to house workers and animals, including two home headquarters and several barns and working pens.

Did you know?

Other resources on the property include 14 wells that supply the troughs and tanks that water the livestock and wildlife on this incredible property. There are even 36 feeding stations for the deer and livestock.


1. 120 Carnarvon Dr

Price: $29,500,000
Rooms: 6 bed/16 bath
Size: 26,638 sq. ft
City: Houston
Built: 2003

120 Carnarvon Dr
photo source: Zillow

The most expensive house in Texas is 120 Carnarvon Dr. This huge manor-style house, known widely as the Manor of Carnarvon because of it, is 26,638 sq. ft in size, with a staggering 16 bathrooms and 6 bedrooms. The 4-acre plot includes parterre gardens and grounds pruned like national parks.

Inside, the manor is gilded with a Baroque-style palette on patina walls, vaulted ceilings, and real walnut floors. The inside of this manor is a portrait of immaculate period-specific British interior design. For the outrageous price of $29.5 million, this manor and its estate could be yours.

Did you know?

This manor house is designed to emulate Europe’s most opulent houses, including three full floors of furnishings, French-inspired antique fountains, upholstered walls, and more. Those parterre gardens are full of trimmed hedges and flower beds, formally laid out in the style of gardens at English palaces.


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