Inside Pearland's Mystery Mansion
The front portion of the house is nearly finished, with marble floors in the grand foyer and warm yellow and red tones on the walls. It's difficult to tell, however, exactly what this front room was to be used for.
An unfinished Juliet balcony overlooks the foyer from the second floor. The main hallway running down the center of the house is identical on both floors, with boxy rooms flanking the interminably long hall. It's nearly impossible to see what lies at the other end of the corridor.
On the west side of the house, there are no windows in any of the rooms on the first floor due to the nine-car garage being situated right behind them. Between the lack of light and the low ceilings, it gives the entire house an odd institutional feel. This room off the foyer features a non-working fireplace and a small stage. Perhaps for family plays?