Celebrity Homes // Travis Scott retreats to his $14 million Houston mansion

Though few people are aware that Scott owns a home in the area, county records show he purchased the modern estate in 2019. While it’s unclear how much he paid — Texas is notoriously tight on such things — the house was last listed for $14.5 million. The gated property, which spans 1.5 acres in Houston’s Museum District and was designed by architect Christopher Robertson of Robertson Design for his parents, the late philanthropists James and Carolyn Robertson, spans 1.5 acres with walls of glass offering leafy views of Hermann Park, Mecom Fountain, and the Museum of Fine Arts.

The main house, which stands three stories tall and is made of massive amounts of limestone, black steel, and glass, has three bedrooms and 8.5 bathrooms spread across 12,000 square feet of living space. Two swimming pools, an outdoor entertainment pavilion, and a separate guest house are among the amenities. The house, which has a 600-pound front door that pivots into a foyer, is approached via a circular driveway surrounded by landscaped gardens. Double-height ceilings, Italian marble floors, Venetian plaster walls, and soaring glass windows are featured throughout the hotel.

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