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Inside Ted Cruz’s $2M Houston house where he stranded family poodle

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Sen. Ted Cruz is in hot water after taking a trip to Cancun while his state of Texas faces an unprecedented crisis after being hit with a winter storm.

Hundreds of thousands of people remain without power or water as freezing temperatures continue throughout the state. 

Not only that, Cruz, 50, thought it was a good idea to leave his pet pooch, Snowflake, stranded in his freezing Houston home while on a tropical vacation.

The Republican lawmaker explained in the wake of public outrage that he was simply escorting his two daughters on their trip with friends — adding, like millions of his fellow Texans, his family had lost heat and water.

Michael Hardy, a reporter for New York Magazine’s Intelligencer initially spotted the white dog peering out through the front door.

The lonely pet pooch of Ted Cruz peering through the front door.
Ted Cruz’s lonely pet pooch peering through the front door.
Michael Hardy

Cruz’s security guard told Hardy —  as he was leaving the property — that he was in charge of taking care of the pup while the family was out of town. 

Eventually, Cruz cut short his trip to Mexico and returned home Thursday. In an issued apology, he told reporters that the trip was “obviously a mistake and in hindsight, I wouldn’t have done it.”

Ted Cruz at the airport returning from his trip to Cancun following backlash.
Ted Cruz at the airport returning from his trip to Cancun following backlash.
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Here is a look inside the home where Snowflake was left alone in frigid temperatures. 

The entry way.
The entryway.
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Built in 1940, the three-story home spans 4,142 square feet.

The spacious hallway.
The spacious hallway.
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Cruz purchased the home in 2011 for $1.5 million, property records show. The home is estimated to be worth $2.1 million today, according to Realtor.

The modern and updated kitchen.
The modern and updated kitchen.
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The gourmet kitchen was recently renovated with dark hardwood flooring and top-notch appliances.

The main living area.
The main living area.
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The main living room features built-in bookshelves and an open room plan that leads into the formal living area and a hallway.

Another view of the informal living area.
Another view of the main living area.
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The home has newly installed floor-to-ceiling windows.

The formal living area.
The formal living area.
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The formal living area is in a secluded back corner of the home and has a wood-burning fireplace.

The breakfast eat-in area of the kitchen.
The breakfast area of the kitchen.
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The breakfast area is in the expansive kitchen.

One of bedrooms.
One of five bedrooms.
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The home is made up of five bedrooms and 3.5 bathrooms. The master suite comes with two large walk-in closets.

The third floor features an office space.
The third floor features an office space.
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The third floor includes an office space, the fifth bedroom and a game room.

The spacious backyard with a barbecue area.
The spacious backyard with a barbecue area.
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The outside patios feature red brick floors and a maintained garden space with a BBQ area.

The living area opens up to the backyard patio.
The living area opens to the backyard patio.
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