Classic Contemporary Retreat in Little Elm Has The Best Views of Sunset Bay

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Designed as the personal residence of William Hidell of Hidell & Associates, this home has the kind of attention to detail and site design you’d expect from a renowned contemporary architect. Clean lines, sexy and sleek finishes, and windows in all the right places make this home a perfect retreat from the busy, hectic lives of today.

Not only that, but it has direct access to Lake Lewisville and is on one of our region’s most scenic shores: Sunset Bay. This is quickly becoming the next hot spot for those who want unobstructed lake views and the privacy to go with it. Situated on almost four acres with plenty of trees, you’ll never need a tall fence to enjoy your estate, which is something you can’t say for many homes inside the loop.

Sure, Little Elm is out there, but you’re making no sacrifices when it comes to comfort and style.

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Truly, this is a heck of a listing for Rogers Healy, who is marketing this four-bedroom, five-full-plus-one-half-bath, 7,250-square-foot mansion at 3959 Spinnaker Run Point for $2.75 million. As Candy noted before, this home is perfect for entertaining. Glide in through the stainless steel doors that are anchored perfectly in front of the smooth stucco facade and you’re instantly transported into a warm, spacious foyer. To the side is a gorgeous stainless steel and glass staircase that looks straight out of a fairytale, and even better — it wraps around a wet bar. Only an architect would think of such a clever detail!

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Of course, you can’t ignore the 22-foot ceilings overlooking the lake through banks of huge windows. And then there’s the powder bath, which is absolutely stunning with a beautiful stainless steel sink. In fact, if this house is singing your song, go ahead and buy a few cases of these.

“The entire first floor experiences and views Lake Lewisville with a panoramic view that is yours 24/7,” Candy noted. You’ll adore the cohesive living/dining space for entertaining, and the enormous limestone fireplace will add plenty of ambiance come winter. There are three dining areas, too. A formal, a breakfast area/morning room, and a casual dining room just off the family area.

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And then there’s the kitchen, which has an eat-in island, gorgeous cabinets (check out those floating upper cabinets above the peninsula!) and counters and every gourmet appliance known to man.

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The master suite is just inspiring, with a truly private feeling bedroom at 730 square feet on the first floor. Of course, you have to ask if the stainless steel canopy bed can be part of the deal. It doesn’t hurt!

The master bath is luxurious, too. The shower is just so completely huge and you get a soaking tub in the deal. The other three bedrooms are upstairs, which is an ideal configuration.

3959 Spinnaker Run Master 3959 Spinnaker Run Master Bath Other spaces you’ll love include the library, which appears to have a substantial antique book collection (maybe even some Modern Library books?) and a lovely, portal like view of the lake beyond. Then there’s the media room, which is outfitted with a projector and overlooks a balcony and the backyard. And situated in a little hallway enclave is the pool table.

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Just off the family room, the home flows right out to the huge landscaped concrete deck with fireplace, 43,000-gallon pool, fountain, spa, and mosquito mist system. Beyond that is your own private dock, Lake Lewisville, and all of the sunsets you care to consume with your Pinot. Sounds perfect!

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Joanna England

If Executive Editor Joanna England could house hunt forever, she absolutely would. Instead she covers the North Texas housing market and the economy for While she started out with the Real Estate Center at Texas A&M University, Joanna's work has appeared in The Dallas Morning News as well as several local media outlets. When she's not knitting or hooping, or enjoying White Rock Lake, she's behind the lens of her camera. She lives in East Dallas with her husband, son, and their furry and feathered menagerie.

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