The nine-acre, four-bedroom masterpiece is asking for a whopping $27.5 million.
The house, owned by the founding partner of a private equity firm, is the most expensive property in the city.
In addition to its exquisite design and Texan price tag, the property's acreage sets it apart.
One of the most important aspects of this house is its privacy.
It is located in the village of Piney Point, one of the most exclusive areas of Houston.
There is a wetland wildlife sanctuary that is part of the property, which is what gives you so much privacy.
This spectacular space was built in 2011 and offers incredible views of the Buffalo Bayou.
It really doesn't get much better than this in all of Houston.
This high-end estate is a smart home with sun-controlled window shades, a feature that helps regulate the temperature of the home.
This stylish space was designed by local architects, Stern & Bucek, and is meant to last.
It was built by a commercial builder, so it resembles a commercial building that has been built as a home.
It is made of steel, concrete and glass. There is no timber in the frame.
The majestic entrance has a glass wall that overlooks a private woodland.
Some of the home's most striking features include a seemingly glowing canary onyx kitchen island and bespoke Limba and zebrawood cabinetry.
The home also has a geothermal heating and cooling system.
The next buyer will be looking firstly for privacy and secondly for a home surrounded by nature.
If you love nature, this is a nature lover's paradise. It gives you the privacy you want and you can see all types of birds flying in all year round.
Also, it is conveniently located to many of Houston's best amenities.
It is close to the Galleria area and Uptown Park where there are many wonderful restaurants and shopping.