The demand for luxury homes in Texas is strong, as record-high prices and low inventory have led to a spike in homes sold in the million-dollar-and-up range.
The Houston Association of REALTORS® (HAR) recently reported that Houston’s luxury market saw a 24.9% year-over-year sales gain in April.
Among the high-end real estate to hit the Houston market in April was a 12,522-square-foot home in Sherwood Forest. This five-bedroom estate was the fifth priciest home listed for sale in the Lone Star State in the last month, according to a new HAR report.
Located at 325 W. Friar Tuck Ln., the home was listed for $12,750,000 by Christine Laborde of Compass Real Estate, Houston.
The 10 most expensive homes listed for sale in Texas in the last 30 days are:
• 5411 Surrey Cir., Dallas, $24,500,000, listed by Joan Eleazer of Briggs Freeman Sotheby’s International.
• 9520 Hathaway St., Dallas, $14,900,000, listed by Christine McKenny of Allie Beth Allman & Associates.
• 4002 Tyx Trail, Spicewood, $13,500,000, listed by Susan Barringer of Kuper Sotheby’s International Realty.
• 1210 Bruton Springs Rd., Austin, $13,000,000, listed by Cathy Coneway of Stanberry REALTORS.
• 325 W. Friar Tuck Ln., Houston, $12,750,000, listed by Christine Laborde of Compass RE Texas, LLC, Houston.
• 1904 Lauranne Ln., Austin, $12,500,000, listed by Bridget Ramey of Kuper Sotheby’s International Realty.
• 4350 Rheims Pl., Highland Park, $12,250,000, listed by Breah Brown, Douglas Elliman Real Estate.
• 5414 Edlen Dr., Dallas, $11,995,000, listed by Jonathan Rosen of Compass RE Texas, LLC.
• 3620 Princeton Ave., Highland Park, $10,485,000, listed by Chris Kimbrough of Compass RE Texas, LLC.
• 4700 Dorset Rd., Dallas, $10,000,000, listed by Cindy Plano of Century 21 Mike Bowman, Inc.