Buffalo Bayou House

With light-filled living spaces, expansive glazing, and views of nature, this Jack Stehling home checks all the mid-century boxes. The boxy dwelling was built in 1970 in Houston's affluent Piney Point Village neighborhood. Its glass facade is nested on a wooded plot and spans 5,481 square feet of living space. While the interior was renovated in 2018, the home maintains much of its period details, including a conversation pit below a large skylight, Madagascan Dalbergia rosewood paneled walls, terrazzo floors, and multiple atriums, while modern amenities, like the marble kitchen with Gaggenau appliances, massive bespoke closet, and primary bath with herringbone floors and amoeba tub offer welcome updates. Although all the living spaces connect with the surrounding nature, the most immersive views are in the home's three-story atrium.

Photos: Sotheby's International Realty

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