11 most-expensive Houston homes sold in February

by Lindsey Wells

February was a record-setting month for Greater Houston’s housing market, as home prices surged 13.4% year over year to reach an all-time high for the area. Despite this, single-family home sales totaled 7,372 last month, a 22.9% jump from the previous year, according to the Houston Association of REALTORS® Multiple Listing Service.

Houston’s luxury market (homes priced above $1 million) also saw higher-than-normal activity in February, with 33.5% more sales than during the same month in 2021.

The most-expensive home removed from Houston’s luxury market last month was an 11,108-square-foot single-family home in the River Oaks Tall Timbers subdivision. The agent who sold the property, which listed for $7,950,000, was Terry Stanfield of BHGRE Gary Greene.

 The Houston agents who helped clients purchase the next 10 most-expensive homes in February were:

  • Jennifer Pinkerton, Xander Properties, 842 E. Friar Tuck Lane, list price $6,295,000.
  • Mike Mahlstedt, Compass RE Texas LLC, 11526 Raintree Circle, list price $4,995,000.
  • Nancy Almodovar, Nan & Company Properties, 3653 Meadow Lake Lane, list price $4,997,770.
  • Louise Carter, Compas RE Texas LLC, 3444 Piping Rock Lane, list price $4,150,000.
  • Martha Adger, Martha Turner Sotheby’s, 7 Wexford Court, list price $3,600,000.
  • Margaret Tsanais, RE/MAX Metro, 3712 Darcus Street, list price $3,545,000.
  • Dee Dee Guggenheim Howes, Compass RE Texas LLC, 10733 Old Coach Lane, list price $3,695,000.
  • Amy Jin, Daytown International LLC, 20 Windsor Place, list price $3,525,000.
  • Rhonda Williford, RE/MAX Compass, 15 Estancia Place, list price $3,300,000.
  • Christopher Case, eXp Realty LLC, 6803 Whitehill Lane, list price $3,300,000.


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