Every little thing is larger in Texas, so the saying goes — and that features a Houston house with America’s largest closet, which just found a buyer after practically six years on and off the market.
The mansion, situated at 47 Grand Regency Circle in The Woodlands, a rich suburb of Houston, belonged to socialite Teresa Roemer, a girl regionally dubbed “the actual housewife of Houston.” At over 17,000 sq. ft and 6 bedrooms, the property boasts Texas-style, super-sized thrives in all places. Ground-to-ceiling home windows lead out onto a courtyard whereas a $60,000 customized chandelier made out of Egyptian crystal welcomes those that come inside.
The house’s most distinguishing function, nonetheless, is its large closet — taking on three tales and over 3,000 sq. ft, it has usually been described by trend and architectural magazines as the most important closet within the nation.
In a number of interviews, Roemer has referred to as the closet her “she-cave.” It’s linked by two spiral staircases and, on the time the previous bodybuilder lived in it, was made up of wall-to-wall cabinets of high quality jewellery, couture clothes, designer purses and make-up paraphernalia.
The house has been within the information a number of instances within the years. Rapper Gucci Mane featured the closet within the music video for “Nonchalant” whereas, in 2018, a robber broke into the home and stole over $800,000 value of bijou and purses.
Whereas neither the customer nor the ultimate sale value have been made public, the property was first listed for $12.9 million in 2014. It has been on and off the market a number of instances within the final six years, with the final asking value being recorded at $6.49 million.
Nancy Almodovar, of Nan and Firm Properties at Christie’s Worldwide Actual Property, was the itemizing agent working with the property.