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News, 2 Tiel Way, Dec. 2015, ON the Market
The MacKie & Kamrath home overlooking Buffalo Bayou was commissioned by oil king George Mitchell for his sister, Maria Ballantyne, and her family. Photo courtesy of Greenwood King
News, 2 Tiel Way, Dec. 2015, ON the Market
The open concept living was uncommon in the early 1960s. Photo courtesy of Greenwood King Properties
News, 2 Tiel Way, Dec. 2015, ON the Market
Exposed redwood beams extend across the inside to the exterior eaves. Photo courtesy of Greenwood King Properties
News, 2 Tiel Way, Dec. 2015, ON the Market
Classic mid-century motifs are employed throughout. Photo courtesy of Greenwood King
News, 2 Tiel Way, Dec. 2015, ON the Market
The formal dining area opens to the living room and kitchen. Photo courtesy of Greenwood King Properties
News, 2 Tiel Way, Dec. 2015, ON the Market
The kitchen in the heart of the home opens to a breakfast area and the den. Photo courtesy of Greenwood King Properties
News, 2 Tiel Way, Dec. 2015, ON the Market
The breakfast area has views to the back gardent. Photo courtesy of Greenwood King Properties
News, 2 Tiel Way, Dec. 2015, ON the Market
Bedrooms feature built-in storage closets of redwood. Photo courtesy of Greenwood King Properties
News, 2 Tiel Way, Dec. 2015, ON the Market
A large central hall connects the bedroom wing to the rest of the house. Photo courtesy of Greenwood King Properties
News, 2 Tiel Way, Dec. 2015, ON the Market
All of the bedrooms overlook the back ravine and bayou. Photo courtesy of Greenwood King Properties
News, 2 Tiel Way, Dec. 2015, ON the Market
Even with the swimming pool, the backyard is large enough to build a guest house. Photo courtesy of Greenwood King Properties
News, 2 Tiel Way, Dec. 2015, ON the Market
Back decks overlook the dense foliage along the bayou and ravine. Photo courtesy of Greenwood King Properties