Legendary home listed on National Register of Historic Places. Built by John Staub for Margaret Wray, daughter of Texaco founder John Cullinan, later owned by Texas Governor Mark White. Classic architecture freshened and invigorated by owner’s renovation (2021) with inspired contemporary design. Grand reception hall transitions to rear dining room overlooking patios, gardens and lawn-dropped pool. One side wing includes main staircase, living room, powder room, and wine closet (1st-floor); and luxuriously reconfigured primary suite with study, lavish dual bath and bespoke closet (2nd-floor). Opposite wing has great room, walk-in full bar, gathering kitchen and breakfast room, drop zone, rear staircase, gym/media room, and 2 half- baths (1st-floor); and en suite bedrooms with custom walk-in closets (2nd-floor). Kitchen/breakfast with professional grade appliances, exposed original brick walls. Views from all primary rooms of ancient mossy oaks with trailing branches, azalea beds, fountains, brick patios with vintage ironwork and pool.