While interest rates have gone up recently it’s still difficult navigating the real estate market right now. But when you hear of a home dropping in price by one million dollars, it makes you pay attention to that property. While I still don’t have the $9 million dollars that is the current list price it would be awesome to own a castle as your primary residence in Houston, Texas. 

This property is located in the Northwest corner of Houston with lots of trees creating beautiful privacy for the 7.28 acres of land. The home address is 14525 Champions Drive, Houston, TX 77069. The home itself is probably the largest I’ve ever heard of with 7 bedrooms, 9 full bathrooms, 9 half bathrooms and a grand entrance that can accommodate almost 1,000 people if you feel like inviting all of your friends and family over for a good time.  

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This Houston Castle is Fancy 

As you see the photos below you will quickly realize that cost was no object when creating this home. You will find historic statues, stunning gardens, and elegant architecture along with imported antique fixtures and Italian hand painted murals throughout the home. This property could easily be used to host large events or be rented out for large company retreats. 

The Fancy Houston Castle is Known as Chateau Cocomar 

This property has been used for events in the past and has a mostly good score as far as reviews online, no reports of any issues with the property. Everything is immaculate starting with driving up to the house with a circular driveway and Italian imported fountain. You have to see these photos for yourself: 

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