Here’s a Glimpse Inside the Stunning Jamestown Jewelbox

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If you’re the curious type like us, I’m sure the home at Northhaven and Jamestown Road that sat unfinished for years has caught your eye. How could it not? For years, this 1960-built gem was hidden behind overgrown trees that shielded its great midcentury modern bones from view. Get ready to feast your eyes on this newly-finished gem at a Jamestown Jewelbox Event, slated from 5 to 7 p.m. May 23 at 11248 Jamestown Road in Dallas.

You’re Invited to the Jamestown Jewelbox: An evening of jewels in an exceptional home at 11248 Jamestown Road. Try on jewelry from Skibell Fine Jewelers, retreat to the entertainer’s terrace, and imagine yourself at home in this fabulous estate.

Scroll down for RSVP details to attend this can’t-miss event!

The 4,156-square-foot home listed for $1.5 million by Evan Stewart of Compass has four bedrooms and four baths on a corner .36-acre lot in the Northaven Park subdivision. It’s been meticulously renovated into a perfect blend of comfortability with master suites both upstairs and downstairs, and aesthetic excellence with high-quality wall finishes that are perfect for showcasing an art collection.

You’ll see why this home is nicknamed the jewelbox with its rich blue double doors and matte blue backsplash wall in the huge front study enclosed by glass doors. Walk in to find blond hardwood floors, crisp white walls, and a modern iron-railed staircase winding to the second story. Upstairs it has an expansive entertainer’s terrace on the south rooftop, media-recreation room, and rooftop ready for your garden on the northern side.

But before this property found its full glory, it had a long, troubled road, property and court records show. The previous owner began remodeling the home back in 2009, but the renovation project hit a snag and halted in 2011 when countersuits were filed against the owner and contractor, Dallas County court records show. In 2014, the home went into foreclosure, and sat seemingly abandoned from 2016 to early 2018, as neighbors filed complaints with the city about the lot’s high weeds, standing water, and litter.

Finally in March 2018, Schultze Signature Homes saw the immense potential in this home, purchased it, and began the long-overdue renovations. It was like breathing life back into this fabulous home. When the canopies on the trees were raised and overgrown bushes cut back, the beauty of this contemporary Frank Lloyd Wright-inspired home began to emerge. The exterior limestone was painted to highlight its modern architecture and a circular drive installed in front with drought-tolerant plants and groundcover.

Now, natural light flows through the north Dallas home full of thoughtfully-picked details you’ll want to see for yourself. Join the team from 5 to 7 p.m. Thursday, May 23 for an evening in a fantastic jewel of a home. Try on jewelry from Skibell Fine Jewelers, retreat to the entertainer’s terrace, and imagine yourself at home in this fabulous home.

CLICK on the invitation below to RSVP.


Shelby Skrhak

Shelby is Associate Editor of, where she focuses on sponsored content, estate sales, and suburbs. She's a journalist and podcaster turned full-time freelance writer based in Plano. She comes to after running digital content and social media at SUCCESS magazine. She's a Lake Highlands native and graduate of UT-Dallas.

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