This Georgian–style home was designed in 1926 by John Staub. The house sits on a prominent corner on almost one acre in the County Club Estates section of River Oaks. The house and three car garage and apartment are built of handmade and sanded Belgian Brick with a handsome slate roof that has been recently replaced by the current owners. The grounds include a large front yard, a series of walled gardens around the house, a beautiful lilly pond, mature landscaping and a private swimming pool and patio area that was commissioned by the current owners. Inside, the beautiful entry with a winding stairway opens to formals with high ceilings and elegant detail. Arched doorways with leaded glass fanlights open from the living room to the family room with walls of glass and private views of the gardens and grounds. A paneled octagonal study with a fireplace has close access to a 1000 bottle capacity wine cellar with a dedicated cooling system. The kitchen, with stainless appliances, abuts the breakfast room with garden views. The kitchen also connects to the dining room via a well- appointed butler’s pantry. Upstairs, the master suite opens to a light filled sitting room with beautiful views. Three more bedrooms with private baths are also located on the second level. The garage apartment is a multiple room configuration with hardwood floors. A workshop area is located in the garage. A pool bath services the pool and patio area. Whole house generator. A fine home and grounds.