Waterfront home by famed Houston architect open today
Open today, Sunday Aug. 12, from 3-5 p.m., 1822 Cove Park Drive is described by listing agent John Bulman of Jeff Bulman of John Daugherty, Realtors as one of the most architecturally significant homes on Clear Lake.
Inspired by German architect Mies van der Rohe, considered one of the pioneers of modernist architecture along with the likes of Frank Lloyd Wright, the midcentury modern home was designed by Edmund Furley and is believed to be the last surviving coastal design by the late Houston architect.
The gated waterfront estate features a two-story home with more than 4,500 square feet on more than half an acre of manicured grounds with 100 feet of waterfront, and a pier spanning more than 200 feet leading to a boat house and rooftop deck.
Considered contemporary or modern in style, this memorable home has a timeless appeal with walls of glass throughout, steel doors, multiple balconies and ground-level outdoor living/entertaining areas. Inside and out, incredible views are captured from multiple vantage points.
The main living areas and master suite are on the second floor, which features an open floor plan.
The master suite has access to a balcony and stairs leading to the property.
The three-bedroom home also includes a study, formal dining room, large open kitchen, formal living room, an elevator, travertine flooring, Viking and GE Monogram appliances, and a large covered outdoor living area with a fireplace.
With a total of three bedrooms and 3½ baths, this home at 1822 Cove Park Drive is priced at $2,499,900.
For information, visit www.JohnDaugherty.com.