From art cars to candy-painted slabs, Houston loves its vehicles. This is an O&G town, after all. So it follows, then, that where we Houstonians house our beloved gas-guzzlers should be worthy of love, too. The sellers of a $2.8 million Bunker Hill Village home took that to heart.

That's right, the selling point of the luxury Martha Turner Sotheby's International Realty listing might just be its garage. But to call it a "garage" is an understatement. Sure, it can house a sweet ride, but with a wet bar, full bathroom, pool access, built-in speakers, and HVAC outfitting, it also doubles as a separate living space. Add a cozy seating area, several TVs, and a pool table—if you trust it that close to your Porsche, that is—and you've got an enviable entertainment zone.

There's room for more inside, where five bedrooms and eight bathrooms occupy almost 6,300 square feet in this two-story home built in 2005 at the end of a cul-de-sac. Downstairs is home to the master suite, which comes with its own access to the covered patio and pool through floor-to-ceiling glass sliding doors. There's also a den, kitchen and breakfast nook, formal dining room, living room, and study. Upstairs is a game room and four more en-suite bathrooms.

If you've got more than one car, fear not—you can still keep the garage fully decked out: The circular driveway, plus a gated section with two covered spaces, was built to handle extra parking.

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