Bellaire-Meyerland-West University Place real estate: See some of the properties that sold in August
3739 Bellefontaine Street, Houston: This contemporary home located in Braeswood Place features several high-tech and luxury amenities throughout. The home boasts an entertainer's kitchen equipped with Thermador appliances as well as an oversized island overlooking the dining area and living spaces just beyond. Off of the family room, the home’s large study is tucked behind a sliding barn door, while the open staircase leads up to a flexible space that can be used as a game room or a second study. An owner's sanctuary features yours-and-mine closets and a bathroom with a rainfall shower. 4-5 beds, 4 full and 2 half baths/4,725 sq. ft. Sold for $1,638,001-$1,888,000 on Aug. 13. (Courtesy Houston Association of Realtors)
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Homes that sold in August in the Bellaire-Meyerland-West University Place area included a high-end contemporary style home, a red brick English traditional home with extensive renovations, and a three-story traditional home in the heart of Bellaire that offers entertaining space both inside and outside.
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