About This 1933 Kingston-Davis House In Houston Texas
Introducing the majestic Kingston-Davis House, formerly The Davis Mansion. This historic mansion is looking for a new owner. Built at a time when some of our city’s most prominent neighborhoods, like River Oaks were being developed, the house proudly sits on over an acre of land. At conception in 1933, it was the most expensive and largest house in Houston.
Architect Joseph Finger designed the immaculate home. He was well known for his work on the Lancaster Hotel & City Hall. There are 22ft ceilings, a grand entry, double staircase, stained glass, & so much more you have to see to believe. The 14-karat gold leaf on the crown moldings and trim are original to the home, along with the wood floors. The house has two complete master suites, four full bathrooms, two half bathrooms, a “butler’s” pantry, basement with a wine cellar, a luxurious pool and a full live-in garage apartment. You don’t want to miss this rare opportunity to own a piece of Houston’s history.