This Houston home for sale comes with hair salon, batting cage, basketball court, $24.5M price tag

House hunting? Let’s say you have some specific criteria for your dream digs: You need a home with square footage rivaling a small department store, an in-house hair salon is an essential, and a putting green/batting cage/basketball court combo is a must-have you just can’t live without. Oh, and you’re budget is around $25 million. We’ve got some stellar news for you: A modern masterpiece nestled in Houston’s Memorial Close neighborhood just hit the market and it’s perfect for you.

Boasting clean lines, starch white walls, metal accents, and windows aplenty, the 21,738-square-foot estate at 9030 Sandringham Drive is quite a looker.

So what else does this $24.5 million home offer besides a museum-like feel and out-of-the-ordinary amenities? How does eight bedrooms and 14 bathrooms sound? How about a massive wine room? And a resort-style pool, cabana and summer kitchen? What about a two-story office? And a sound-proof home theater? It’s all packed in there.

Get Amazon to ship in some groceries every once in awhile and you’ll never have to leave your home again.

While $24.5 million is no small chunk of change, can you really put a price on the convenience of getting your hair cut in your own home or hitting the basketball court/batting cage/putting green whenever you’d like?

Hand over a cool $24.5 milllion, and this real estate gem is yours for the taking. Contact Mike Mahlstedt at (713) 435-9126 for more information.

Scroll below and take a gander at what tens of millions of dollars can get you in Houston real estate.

You will never have to leave your home with this built-in hair salon which boasts a hydraulic height-adjustable reclining leather salon chair and shampoo bowl. Photo credit: TK Images (HAR)
2-acre estate. Photo credit: TK Images (HAR)

About the Author:

Briana Zamora-Nipper joined the KPRC 2 digital team as a community associate producer in 2019. During her time in H-Town, she's covered everything from fancy Houston homes to tropical storms. Previously, she worked at Austin Monthly Magazine and KAGS TV, where she earned a Regional Edward R. Murrow award for her work as a digital producer.