This Latin Colonial home was designed in 1937 by renowned Houston architect, John Staub. A two-story addition was completed in 1952 by Staub. Situated on over an acre of organically maintained gardens in Houston's historic River Oaks neighborhood, this home exemplifies the simple elegance that is reflective of Bayou Bend. As you enter the Georgian-style front door you are met with black and white marble flooring, ironwork, original millwork and high ceilings. The home showcases four marbled fireplaces, Jacobean walnut paneled library, elongated octagonal dining room with iconic arched doorways that access the breakfast room and butler's pantry. The sunroom floods with natural light with windows overlooking the sprawling southern lawn with swimming pool, pool house and surrounding gardens. The Master Bedroom features a Correa marble fireplace, closet with dressing room and elevator. All three secondary bedrooms have en suite baths. Full quarters over the garage and a porte-cochère.