Color! Shine! This beautiful Friday Four Hundred is a total feast for the eyes. Not only that, this high-style home is in a fantastic neighborhood that is close to restaurants, shopping, and amenities, as well as both Northwest Highway and North Central Expressway. Listed with Brittney Warren of Rogers Healy and Associates, 4721 Ridgelawn is a truly spectacular home that is great for entertaining a crowd or a cozy night at home. The interiors were all re-done professionally, says Warren, and the seller has excellent taste and attention to detail. It’s priced at $490,000, and has three bedrooms, two full baths, and a gorgeous fireplace. Jump to find out more!
The interiors, photographed by Shoot2Sell, are just stunning! This home, designed by Max Jones at Jones Walker Home, has some fantastic lines and color combinations that make it sleek, elegant, and totally livable. Also, I love the art on the walls! Some of the paintings are by Jones, with much of the rest of it being original works by Texas artists, including Matt Kaplinsky, Jennifer Morgan, and Baron Farha.
Both front and back yards were designed by Patrick Boyd of David Rolston Landscape Architects, and totally jive with the feel of the home. That’s something that the seller has tried to maintain throughout the 2,136 square feet. There is a modern edge you’ll notice especially in the kitchen and master bedroom, though. What we really love is that sexy red guest bedroom! So fun! Many light fixtures are custom, with the flush-mount fixture in the formal living room standing out like a total diva. Isn’t that amazing?
The kitchen has Jenn-Air floating glass appliances, quartz counters, an undermount sink, and tons of storage. I love the eat-in breakfast bar, too. The flooring in the main living areas is hand-scraped hardwoods, with commercial-grade carpet that will wear like a champ in some rooms. The bathrooms sport marble counters, beautiful custom mirrors, and a frameless glass shower. And I love how this home was designed to really let the furnishings and art speak for themselves. It isn’t loud or obnoxious, but is perfectly balanced.
You’ll also notice the sleek shades over most of the windows, as well as the full-light French doors in the family room. This home takes its light seriously, and there’s a lot of it! I also love the slanted glass window in the kitchen, which is a rare feature in 1960s-era homes.
Just look at this huge master bedroom. I love the bed and its tufted headboard, and the sliding patio doors that open to the patio are fantastic. That lucite fan is legendary, and the curtains along the back wall are just perfect. The master bath is just as glamorous, with glittering tile on the backsplashes of the two separate vanities really giving the space some glamor. I love the drum chandelier, too, and the walnut vanities are so sexy!
I love all of the color and style in this home, and it’s definitely inspiring me for my own space. What do you love about this house?