Courtney Tauriac of Compass RE Texas describes her listing at 316 Boonesville Bend in Argyle as the perfect mix of rural country living with suburb convenience. We agree and that’s why this nearly 4,000-square-foot Argyle home on a quarter-acre is this week’s High Caliber Home of the Week, presented by Lisa Peters of Caliber Home Loans.
“This home backs up to pasture land, which gives you that perfect blend of country and suburban living,” Tauriac says. “In fact when we were there taking photos, you could see horses coming up to the fence and grazing in the pasture.”
The Lakeway Custom Home located in The Oaks neighborhood looks and feels positively Hill Country. Aptly so, as Argyle is a great equine center for riding and training. The 2015-built two-story home features a rich mix of stone and brick with cedar beam accents both inside and out.
Inside, there is 3,978-square feet with four bedrooms and four and half-baths. The open concept living, dining, and kitchen area showcases a dramatic floor-to-ceiling stone fireplace, built-ins, and vaulted ceilings.
The kitchen features granite countertops, a large island with breakfast bar, custom stone backsplash, and stainless steel appliances including a six-burner gas cooktop, double oven, and built-in microwave.
The downstairs master suite has all the luxury standards: his and her vanities, huge garden tub, standalone shower, and a spacious walk-in closet.
Upstairs is the perfect place to either entertain or escape. There’s a gameroom, media room, and study. Or retreat to the covered patio with fireplace and outdoor kitchen. (Pup friendly too!)
It’s zoned for highly-rated Argyle ISD and near Liberty Christian School, a private pre-K through 12th-grade school. Neighborhood HOA fees are $840 yearly.
Argyle has a hidden gem of restaurant development on US 377, including the thriving upstarts Earl’s 377 Pizza, Bumbershoot Barbeque, Kimzey’s Coffee, Gnome Cones, and franchise favorite Fuzzy’s Tacos, as well as nearby shopping and dining in Highland Village.