America's largest closet

Mansion with America’s largest closet and a wine tasting room built to hold 245 bottles sells

PHOTO: Roemer, a former Miss Texas winner and philanthropist dubbed the ‘Ultimate Real Housewife of Houston’, drew the envy of women across the country when she shelled out $1million to build her 3,000-square-foot closet

  • Theresa Roemer drew the envy of women across the US when she shelled out $1million to build her closet
  • The 3,000-sqft marvel spans three stories and features a champagne bar and full beauty studio
  • But now Roemer is giving up the space after a buyer purchased her home in The Woodlands last month
  • It’s unclear how much the mansion went for, but the final asking price was $6.499million
  • While the closet is the crown jewel of the home, there are plenty more over-the-top features
  • The home features six bedrooms, a wine tasting room built to hold 245 bottles and a $60,000 custom Egyptian crystal chandelier hanging in the entryway

A Texas socialite is giving up her famous three-story closet after a buyer agreed to purchase the $6.5million mansion it’s housed in.

Theresa Roemer, a former Miss Texas winner and philanthropist dubbed the ‘Ultimate Real Housewife of Houston’, drew the envy of women across the country when she shelled out $1million to build her 3,000-square-foot closet.

But now Roemer has agreed to part ways with the stunning space after a new owner snapped it up last month.

Nancy Almodovar with Nan & Company Properties/Christie’s International Real Estate, who represented the sale of the property in Houston’s upscale suburb of The Woodlands, confirmed that it was finally off the market, years after it was first listed in 2014.

Aldomovar did not disclose the identity of the buyer or what the 17,350-square-foot house ended up selling for. It’s final listing price was $6.499 million – a 50 percent discount on the original $12.9million asking price.

While the closet is undoubtedly the crown jewel of the home, there are plenty more over-the-top features for the new owner to enjoy – including a wine tasting room built to hold 245 bottles and a $60,000 custom Egyptian crystal chandelier hanging in the entryway.