Houston’s 10 most expensive home sales in 2021

by Patrick Regan

The Houston area’s 10 most expensive home sales of 2021 were listed at more than $7 million up to nearly $11 million on the high end, according to a news release from the Houston Association of REALTORS.

The most expensive home, listed at $10.95 million, was described on har.com as an “enchanting estate” on two acres, featuring a nearly 12,000-square-foot manor house, two-bedroom guest cottage and 4,600-square-foot pavilion with conservatory and ballroom that served as an auto showroom.

The Hunters Creek Village home includes six bedrooms, seven full and three half baths, five-car garage, heated pool and numerous other amenities.

Laura Sweeney of Compass RE Texas was the listing agent for the home as well as two others on the top 10 list. Congratulations to Sweeney and the following agents:

  • Laura Sweeney, Compass RE Texas, 832 Kuhlman Road, list price $10.95 million
  • Michael Afshari, Happen Houston, 721 Ourlane Circle, list price $9.98 million
  • Clayton Katz, Compass RE Texas, 3024 Del Monte Drive, list price $9.5 million
  • Mike Spear, Compass RE Texas, 25 West Lane, list price $8.999 million
  • Laura Sweeney, Compass RE Texas, 1721 River Oaks Blvd., list price $8.75 million
  • William Wheless, Wheless Realty, 3433 Westheimer, Unit PH 3 W, list price $8.5 million
  • Laura Sweeney, Compass RE Texas, 3812 Willowick Road, list price $7.995 million
  • Brian Thompson, Brian Thompson Properties, 30 Willowend Drive, list price $7.6 million
  • Diane Kink, Keller Williams, 99 W. Grand Regency Circle, The Woodlands, list price $7.5 million
  • Zora Spevak, Executive Properties, 701 Saddlewood Lane, list price $7.25 million


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