Let’s get this out of the way first: this luxury lease is already spoken for. We figured, though, there’s always room for eye candy, and at $10,000 per month, 3141 Southwestern is the creme de la creme of lease properties.
We spoke to Realtor Susan Baldwin who shared that the lucky soon-to-be occupants are a local family who has always loved this gorgeous French Provincial. After selling their home, the clan chose this looker as their interim residence while planning their next move. We are green with envy!
And speaking of green (like what we did there?), check out that walk-up. Set back from the street on top of a lush slope, the house commands some serious attention – and admiration.
“It really does have such a stately presence,” Baldwin said. “It’s got that ‘You have arrived!’ look that executives are searching for.”
Stately, it is. And utterly lovely.
With four bedrooms, four full and two half bathrooms, the 5,794-square-foot Rusty Goff home brims with custom quality and charm. Open living spaces flow beautifully, one to the next, set off by high ceilings and unique, wide-plank pecan flooring. Seriously, those floors.
The custom kitchen features rich verde vecchio marble you don’t see every day. The professional range, enormous walk-in pantry, butler’s pantry, and appliance closet make this, well, basically everything we’ve ever wanted.
A wall of glass doors leads out to the triple-arched, oversized covered patio and even more perfection.
One look at that patio (with fireplace!) and we’re in vacation mode. “It really is peaceful,” said Baldwin. And ultra-private. “Privacy like this in the Park Cities is hard to come by,” said Baldwin. “There are very few places where you can feel like you’re hidden away.”
The screened-in porch off the spacious master bedroom above is another serene touch that makes this home feel more like a vacation spot.
And then there’s the location. “It’s so close to everything,” said Baldwin. “It’s in the heart of the neighborhood, in walking distance to Caruth Park, University Park Elementary, and Snider Plaza.”
As if we needed any more convincing.