Propser is popping. I’ve heard it called the new Southlake … just don’t tell Southlake. It’s filled with gorgeous developments — master-planned communities and is where a lot of recently transplanted C-levels are calling home. Which means there’s no shortage of huge, massive, million-dollar homes.
But tucked away right alongside all these gracious estates is today’s Thursday Three Hundred. It’s a four-bedroom, three-bathroom, 2,418-square-foot house built in 2014 and currently listed at $320,000. Are you thinking steal? Because yes.
You can flip through all the photos and get a real sense of the two-story house or you can go right to the pantry pic and scream SOLD. It’s huge. It’s massive. There’s room for all your staples, snacks, AND leftover party plates. You could even throw a Crockpot in there because it’s shelves on shelves on shelves.
Now if you are someone that needs a little more to go on than just one small storage room in the house, that’s okay, too, and the tour resumes here.
Keep in mind this house was built in 2014 which was is a measly five years ago but it’s crazy how much color schemes have changed. In case you haven’t heard, we’re kind of obsessed with stark whites and soothing grays right now, even though that’s predicted to change soon. Back then it was all about beige and dark woods and you’ll see that reflected throughout the house. Even the carpet is a deeper beige which if you have kids or pets is A +++.
The exterior is a brick and stone mix and the arched entryway is a keeper. Inside you’ll find crown molding throughout, a simple, but suitable wood mantel, and open kitchen. The kitchen cabinets go almost all the way to the top and the dark granite is a nice complement to the deep, rich wood. The floor and tile backsplash are again, the beige of the times and even though it’s a different look, it’s still totally neutral and will make your cookie jar pop.
All the rooms appear freshly painted and carpeted and the master is generous with a luxurious bathroom as well. Again, the star of this show is that closets. I mean, come on. There’s room for all four seasons of clothes and that’s saying something.
If you’d like to take a look at 16121 Crosslake Court, listing agent Chris Menegay with Knock Homes would love to give you a tour.