For me, this is the real estate equivalent of the Holy Grail. To be considered a top-tier, creme-de-la-creme property in my eyes, you have to offer an excess of style, a modern aesthetic, plenty of character, open spaces, and a private lot.
This Bluffview home listed by David Griffin himself has all that and some of the most sublime interiors I’ve ever encountered.
What’s fantastic about this contemporary designed in the Texas vernacular by architect Robert Young is the unexpected moments of genius — the little details that catch your eye in each room. It’s such an amazing home that when you fall in love with it (and you will fall in love, I promise) you want to sail through closing. That’s why you call Lisa Peters at Caliber Home Loans. With Lisa’s expert touch, your financing will be worry free. Don’t wait for someone else to discover your dream home. Call Lisa Peters at Caliber Home Loans and get pre-approved so you can put in your offer today.
To see the deliciously unexpected luxuries inside this contemporary estate, jump.
Daylight spills in through the copious windows in this four-bedroom, five-full-and-two-half-bath home that sits on a wooded half acre. For those who desire privacy, the property is gated and feels far away from prying eyes.
With warm wood floors and accents, 4175 Wildwood offsets what is sometimes an almost institutional feel that plagues contemporary architecture. Instead it is bright and ethereal, with a steel staircase that seems to almost float as it ascends to the second floor. Warm wool rugs splayed throughout the open and oversized rooms feel at home with the antique chairs and contemporary sofas. The unexpected touch? The gorgeous stone fireplace. It adds grace and gravitas to the room.
The home totals almost 5,000 square feet, and though it was built in 1994, it easily works with today’s lifestyles. Nothing exhibits that more than the library, flush to the gills with books and flooded with sunlight. It’s a perfect spot for the growing number of work-at-home professionals. And then there’s the gourmet kitchen, with marble counters, commercial-grade appliances, an enormous island, and sleek European-style cabinetry.
Considering the location, the lot, and the many thoughtful design touches, it’s a fantastic value for an executive relocation at $2.875 million. Few things would need to be done for this home to accommodate almost any resident.
The master suite, along with the three other bedrooms, is on the second floor of the home. While that may be a turn-off to some buyers, I love that it lends a treehouse-type feel to the rooms as you can see in the master bath. Just imagine a leisurely soak in the two-person jetted tub with dappled light filtering in through the picture window. See what I mean when I say this home is “sublime”?
And the outside spaces don’t disappoint, either. You get a sprawling back patio and deck, a tidy little pool, a large grassy lawn, and a wild, meditative forest path where you can stroll and muse on your day. There’s nothing else like this fantastic home in Bluffview, which is rather bittersweet. It can be loved by only one.
Will that one person be you?