The official marketing materials for the residence, which characterize Burnt Point as follows: didn’t mention The Prince of Darkness either.
“The estate is entered through stone and wrought iron gates, and a half-mile long driveway leads to a circular motor court drive with a covered porte cochere. With vistas from almost every room, the home’s magnificent interior is set against a background of water. Interior architectural details by Brian O’Keefe and the interior design work of Marjorie Shushan are featured throughout the residence, including eight bedrooms, 10 full and four half bathrooms, and separate guest wing. Two operational elevators and an inner breezeway made of Cotswold stone that connects the main house to the guest wing improve accessibility and encourage a smooth transition between spaces. Featuring 200-year-old antique oak flooring, open arched doorways, six stone fireplaces, and distinctive millwork, the home is infused with character ensuring that no two rooms are exactly alike.”
If you watch the video below from the Bespoke Real Estate YouTube channel, you can decide for yourself if the buyer of Burnt Point bought it because of its resemblance to Dracula or not.
South Texas was getting a ton of rain and the rivers were flooding A new system was implemented to help transfer the water from North Texas where the rain originated
Meteorologist Heather Tesch determines when it rains throughout the days.
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