Newman Village Tudor Harbors Glamorous Interiors Behind Traditional Facade


Sometimes it seems like all the homes for sale in Frisco look the same. Built within weeks and months of one another and with homogenous exteriors, that’s an easy mistake to make. However, you shouldn’t judge a book by its cover, or in this case, a new build in Frisco by its facade. If you do, you’ll miss what makes this Newman Village Tudor our High Caliber Home of the Week sponsored by Lisa Peters of Caliber Home Loans.

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Located at 12020 Sand Hill Drive, this beautiful brick home doesn’t really pique your curiosity. And truly, it’s not until you bypass the gated courtyard and get past the front door that your eyebrows get a workout.

“There isn’t a product like this in Frisco,” said listing agent Phillip Murrell with Dave Perry-Miller Real Estate. “Buyers will fall in love with the customization and attention to detail that Sand Hill offers. This home sets the bar on luxury in Newman Village.”

It’s true — if you’re looking for something luxurious in this corner of Frisco, this home has it all.

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This incredibly glam three-bedroom, two-and-a-half-bath, 3,065-square-foot home just hit the market at $710,000. It’s inside a fantastic planned new home community north of El Dorado and west of Legacy Drive, with builders such as Darling Homes, Booth Brothers Homes, and Ron Davis Custom Homes. HOA dues are $900 due semi-annually. The interiors, which are just incredible, were done by John Wright Martin. With an open and bright one-story floor plan paired with dramatic dark wood cabinetry, sleek stone accents, exposed beam ceilings, and designer lighting that would feel at home in a jewelry box, be prepared to sit agog for a bit as you get the full tour of this property via Murrell’s recent Facebook Live video:

This isn’t the first time Murrell has showed off a property via Facebook Live, either. But why is this a medium that works for real estate?

“Marketing real estate is all about reaching potential buyers in new ways,” Murrell said. “With the technology and instant gratification that Facebook Live offers us, we are bringing people into the properties and answering their questions with a tap of a screen; they never have to leave the comfort of their couch. We can then tailor the audience and reach more people in a particular region and demographic. So far our Sand Hill live video has been viewed by 3,700 people!”

That’s fantastic, really. It’s like hosting an open house without the hassle of showing the same finishes and fixtures 20 to 30 times. Plus, it’s a fantastic way to bolster your personal branding!

Now, normally you’d get a peek at the master suite and then we’d move on to the backyard, but really, every room in this home is just full of eye candy!

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Go ahead and put those two bedrooms on your Pinterest board. You know you want to. We’ll wait.

Now, here’s that master suite. Keep scrolling until you get to the closet …

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I know, right? Look at that shoe storage! And the lighted, glass-front cabinet doors! And the chandelier! And the accessory valet!

OK, as if that wasn’t enough to really sell you on this incredible Frisco home built just four years ago, the covered patio and pool will definitely seal the deal. Don’t believe us? Just look!

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