In the 1850s R.S. Man and Julian Feild built a grist mill in an area southeast of the Trinity River near a community known as the Gibson Community. The area where the grist mill was built soon became known as Mansfield.
Today, Mansfield is a thriving and growing community of more than 65,000 people … and growing by the second.
With a strong public school reputation, plenty of undeveloped land for commercial and residential development, and improved highways for a quick and speedy commute to Dallas and Fort Worth, Mansfield is a hot, hot, hot place to live.
“I have people moving from Southlake that want to be in Mansfield because the schools are strong, taxes are a little lower and it’s not a traffic nightmare,” says Steve Boyd, president of Boyd Custom Homes.
Mansfield is the Place to Live
Because of the “up-and-coming-ness” of the Mansfield high-end market, Boyd is heavily vested in building custom homes for excited Buyers looking for a relaxed lifestyle in a quality home.
The Only Gated Master Planned Community in Mansfield
1105 Knoll Crest in South Pointe is the stunning 5,600-square-foot home that is ready and available for sale at $1.3 million.
“We didn’t want to regurgitate so many of the production homes that you see in this area,” says Boyd. “Our goal was to build a beautiful home with a modern flair that shows everyone how much we care about our product.”
That care is evident from the moment you step into this five bedroom, five bathroom home that also includes a study, flex room, media room and so much more.
“One thing that we paid special attention to in this home is that every room has a large walk-in closet…not just the master or one secondary bedroom…all bedrooms have outstanding closets because that’s what buyers of today want,” exclaims Boyd.
From the mezmorizing six-foot floating fireplace in the living room to the hidden electrical outlets in the kitchen cabinets, you can see how Boyd Luxury Homes is focused on details, details, details.
Details, Details, Details
“I have people coming into this home who have never heard of painted brick homes, wood windows or solid core doors,” explains Boyd. “We are a small company and aren’t going to cut corners just because we are in the suburbs. We are going to give them the best product they can find!”
Take the kitchen island for instance…it measures 132 inches in length…the largest piece of Ceasarstone available in one piece – no seams!
Consider the wine room that has a metal-and-glass door to give it a unique and special feel as you walk in for your favorite bottle of vino. And the list goes on and on…
No other builders are building like Boyd Luxury Homes in Mansfield, Texas. If you want quality and a home to be proud of – contact Steve Boyd (469) 586-8822 or www.boydluxuryhomes.com.
Well, that’s all from Tarrant County Tuesday this week, Dirty Readers. Remember, if you have questions, comments or ideas for future stories — please send me an email or call 817-980-6636.
Seth Fowler is a Real Estate Sales Professional for Williams Trew Real Estate in Fort Worth. Statements and opinions are his own. Seth has been involved with the home sales and real estate business throughout D/FW since 2004. He and his family have lived in the Fort Worth area for over 15 years. He also loves bow ties! If you have questions or would like to view any of the homes in this blog, please reach out to him at 817.980.6636.