Now this is a home built for a New Year’s Eve party. Can you imagine what kind of view of the fireworks you could see from that expansive rooftop deck? This home, a brand new build in Uptown at 4112 Cole, is exceptional because of its outdoor space. It has a huge yard, something you don’t see in Uptown that often. The photos, courtesy of Shoot2Sell, are amazing, too!
It’s a gorgeous modern design from architect Josh Nimmo built by Centre Living Homes, with open spaces and walls of glass that make this home feel open and airy. It’s definitely a high-caliber home that needs expert financing. Go ahead and save yourself time and worry by talking to Lisa Peters of Caliber Home Loans today. She can help you finance this modern dream home, making sure there aren’t any hiccups at closing.
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See what I mean? This home has just about everything the Millennial buyer is begging for. It doesn’t get more walkable in Dallas than Uptown, you get gorgeous wide-plank hardwood floors, clean lines, neutral paint, recessed lighting, an open floorplan, stainless appliances, room to entertain, and dramatic views.
Honestly, this is a dream home for just about anyone, considering that it has something that makes it the unicorn of urban townhomes: a large backyard.
As listing agent David Griffin points out, 4112 Cole (and 4110 right next door) are brand new and have some fantastic spaces. We are talking a three-bedroom, three-and-a-half-bath home with a whopping 3,368 square feet and is priced at $1.095 million. Considering the location, amenities, and size, that’s a pretty darn good value.
The master suite is on the second floor, which is great for privacy. The bedroom is a decent 17 x 12 and has plenty of light from those huge windows. The master bath is large and has a wet area, which is a European trend that is starting to make a foothold in the U.S. as a way of keeping those lovely free-standing tubs without losing the overall luxury of a gigantic shower. I like it!
The rest of the home is amazing, but truly, that deck and the yard have stolen my heart. What do you think?