Situated on 3.62 acres in Houston's Memorial area, the Longwoods Lane House is a mid-century gem with modern updates. The residence was first built in 1962 as a brick ranch and has been converted into a contemporary estate. Using Eastern and Western influences, the home takes notes from architectural greats like I.M. Pei, Frank Lloyd Wright, and Ludwig Mies van der Rohe to create light-filled living spaces and serene atmospheres. Its interior spans 18,113 square feet including three bedrooms and six full bedrooms, while an expansive kitchen, an atrium-like dining room, and a 44-foot-long indoor pool are ideal for entertaining. Luxe finishes, including granite, slate, and rift-sawn oak, elevate the aesthetic, and floor-to-veiling glazing showcase views of the park-like setting.