The Huntingdon: Sky-Scraping Luxury

Completed in 1984, the 34-floor Huntingdon building was the tallest all-residential building in Houston for decades. Today it still stands as a landmark for the community in one of the most prestigious neighborhoods in the city.

River Oaks, with its property values ranging from 1 to 20 million, has repeatedly been ranked as one of the most wealthy neighborhoods in America. Carefully developed and maintained, the neighborhood has a leisurely, lush Southern feel despite its proximity to other, more urban hubs of Houston.

As a result, the Huntingdon is always in high demand. Out of its 121 units and 6 penthouses, there are never more than a few on the market at any given time. Ken Lay (of Enron fame) once picked the Huntingdon for his home, doubtlessly drawn to the privacy and luxury that the tower gives all its residents. The Huntingdon has pet access, a concierge, a pool and jacuzzi, valet parking, and a pet room.

Check out the Huntingdon listing on Condo Domain or drive by 2121 Kirby for a look!

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