This home built in 1977 was designed by architect Leon Lee as his personal residence. Leon Leo was one of Houston's leading Mid-Century architects and followed Frank Llyod Wright's philosophy of organic architecture.
The house had deteriorated to a tear-down status when the current owners purchased it and used Millbrook Construction to bring it up to the 21st century while honoring Leon Lee's design.
The remodeled kitchen features black slate floors, quartz counters, copper sink, Bosch induction cooktop and a sub-zero fridge.
View pictures from the bathroom remodel