Happy Friday, all! This week’s Fresh Listing Friday takes us to the gorgeous (and luxurious), traditional home at 221 Stanford Court in McKinney. A George C. Fuller custom, this residence features exquisite design, unique style and superb architecture.
Need to know details:
– Traditional custom home, listed for $625,000
– 4 bedrooms, 3 baths and 1 half-bath – 4,426 square feet
– Travertine flooring, extensive crown molding, bay windows, vaulted ceilings, decorative lighting
– Guest suite, game room, study, pool, spa, terrace garden
Two-Level Study Area
Pool, Spa and Garden Terrace
We’re amazed every day by the creativity we find in homes across D-FW. It is truly a treat to get a look into other people’s homes, styles, and design decisions. Recently, we’ve noticed an increasing number of houses with unique, fashion-forward floors. If you thought hardwoods were your only option, think again.
^Hexagonal Saltillo: 9029 Broken Arrow Ln., Dallas
^Intricate Marble: 2018 Old York Rd., McKinney
^Patterned Hardwoods: 2212 Forest Creek, McKinney
^Oversized Porcelain Tile: 6906 Edelweiss Circle, Dallas
^Pinstriped tile: 5000 FM 2862m Anna
Photos via ebby.com
On this edition of Room Re-do we’re taking on the ultra-chic, stylish dining room at 5003 Quail Creek Dr., McKinney. It has every element you’d expect from a luxury room- soft fabrics, mirrored accessories, and a calming color palette. We just adore the way this room looks and the designer feel it gives off. To get the style for yourself, check out the items below!
1. Canisters 2. Lamp 3. Chandelier 4. Mirror 5. Rug 6. Pillow 7. Dining Table 8. Chair 9. Ottoman 10. Side Table
Property photo via ebby.com & Shoot2Sell
You know what they say, you only get one chance to make a good first impression. Curb appeal counts, there’s no doubt about it. There’s always that one house that you drive by and feel yourself just swoon for, it doesn’t matter if you’re in the market for a new home or not. Well that, friends, is what curb appeal is all about.
While curb appeal can have a huge affect on buyers and their desire to buy a home, it can also have an affect on you as a homeowner. Being able to come home after a long day to a place you’re proud of is a feeling like no other. If you’re home has fabulous curb appeal, you have one more thing in your life that brings you joy, and who couldn’t use a little more joy in their day?
^7050 Pasadena Ave., Dallas
^6817 Norman Rockwell Lane, McKinney
^5603 Matalee Ave., Dallas
^611 S Main Street, Farmersville
All the homes with lovely curb appeal above are currently for sale, and we’d be honored to call any of them home. They’re all shining examples of great curb appeal, which is probably why some of them are already under contract!
To see 18 ways to improve the curb appeal at your home, click here.
To see more homes with lovely curb appeal, click here.
On this edition of Room Re-do we’re heading to McKinney to the lovely home at 1500 Creek Crest Drive. It’s a four-bedroom, 3 1/2-bath residence with 2,740 square feet and listed for $279,900.
The subject room is the home’s dining room, which is beautifully done in neutral tones and has a dash of whimsy. We love the combination of the feminine curtains, table spheres, and mirror paired with the more masculine chairs, table, and buffet. What a great look! To get the look for yourself, just get click the links below!
1. Curtains 2. Pendant lighting 3. Candlesticks 4. Starburst Mirror 5. Wine Rack 6. Chairs 7. Table spheres
8. Buffet 9. Rug 10. Table