This Southlake Townhome Has Beauty and Convenience

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I’m not sure anything beats this Southlake townhome when it comes to a perfect luxury lease. There is nothing worse than moving to a new place and having to find everything from the closest spot to grab a coffee, to a dependable restaurant. That will never be a problem in Southlake’s Town Square.

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When you hear that phrase location, location, location, this Southlake townhome is a brilliant example of what that means.

“The concept here is to live, work, and play in the same area,” Engel & Volker listing agent Roxanne Taylor said. “You are in the middle of Southlake Town Square and can walk to everything. It’s all right here.”

Southlake townhome
Southlake townhome
Southlake townhome

Southlake is the brainchild of Brian Stebbens and Peter Cooper, who dreamed of recreating that small-town feeling, a city center where people wanted to hang out. They hired architect David M. Schwarz to bring their vision to life. You may recognize the architect. Schwarz is well-known for his designs, including Bass Hall, The Ballpark in Arlington, and the American Airlines Center. Schwarz based the design of the Town Hall on historic Texas courthouses. The city website is chock full of history. Here’s a bit about the design.

Town Square is built to look like a turn-of-the-20th-century downtown.  Brick and masonry buildings have windowed storefronts below and office space above.  The fountain in front of Town Hall was modeled after one that Pamela Muller, a city council member, had seen in Savannah, Georgia.

Southlake townhome
Southlake townhome
Southlake townhome

Taylor knows this area better than anyone. She remembers when it was just a field full of cows. She worked closely with the developers and lived in the original model home for over a year. If anyone understands the allure of living in a Southlake townhome, it’s Taylor!

Convenience is only one of the many attractions here. This Southlake townhome is also very low maintenance, energy-efficient, and spacious. With 4,095-square-feet, four bedrooms, four bathrooms, a powder bath, and a third-floor game room, it’s an excellent size for a family. The home has an open-plan layout with large accordion doors off the living room opening to a private courtyard.

Taylor has this beautiful Southlake Townhome at 1549 Meeting Street listed for lease at $8,500 per month or for sale $1.4 million.

When you land in the Metroplex looking for a place to call home, you’ve found it.

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Karen Eubank

Karen is the owner of Eubank Staging and Design. She has been an award-winning professional home stager for more than 25 years and a professional writer for over 20 years. Karen is the mother of a son who’s studying for his masters at The New England Conservatory of Music. An ardent animal lover, she doesn’t mind one bit if your fur baby jumps right into her lap.

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  1. KAO says

    Too bad all the convenience is reserved for the wealthy. Sometimes ( think the hit covid has made) life throws curve balls and finances are severely impacted. People who lived abundant & educated, even well traveled lives, take hard hits who would be good contributors to such communities, and might like nothing better than to live in close walking distances of shops & services as they age on deminished fized incomes. Once I lived in a city that deliberately built housing communities with percentages assigned to reflected income distributions to keep the neighborhood diversified, vs exclusionary.

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