Is it possible to say an estate of over 5,500 square feet is a hidden gem? A home that sits high on a terraced homesite of over one-half acre?
For purposes of this Tarrant County Tuesday article and making my editors happy, 2205 Hidden Creek Road is absolutely a hidden gem!
Built in 1977, the home of four bedrooms plus four-and-one-half bathrooms truly has an estate look and feel. Whether it’s the way the home sits high on the property, the immaculately landscaped yard, the spacious and flexible floor plan, or tasteful finishes throughout the home, this hidden gem is certainly a treasure.
Recently the home was professionally staged by the incomparable Tina McMackin of Sharp House, and looks fantastic.
We have highlighted the hidden community of Westover Hills many times before. You remember, the small municipality within Fort Worth that at one time in the early 2000s held the moniker of “wealthiest area in Texas by per capita income.” Try putting that slogan on a bumper sticker.
While no longer holding that title, Westover Hills remains a highly coveted area in which to live. Rolling hills, canopy after canopy of mature trees and a myriad of exquisite estate homes create this Shangri-La-esque enclave.
Inside this home, enjoy the option to pick and choose one of the four living areas. The private TV room can be utilized as a private study — a “must have” in the COVID world we live in now.
Outside, relax and enjoy the tranquil pool and spa along with park-like areas to appropriately socially distance while enjoying friends and family.
The debonair Chris Miller of Williams Trew Real Estate has listed 2205 Hidden Creek Road for $1.64 million.