Rivercrest Mediterranean Modern on Bryce Avenue

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Listed less than 24 hours ago, this impressive 6,700-plus square foot Mediterranean spread at 5109 Bryce Avenue offers solid grandeur and all of the modern conveniences of the new millennium.

The opulence of the residence is not implied but intrinsic and fully integrated into the unique design. A massive pair of double arched doors dominate the vestibule defined by four mitered hardwood squares that pave the floor. The staircase occupies its own hall.

Bryce  Avenue
Bryce  Avenue
Bryce  Avenue

The long dining room is one of the more impressive rooms in the house with a brick veneered ceiling supported by rusticated beams worthy of a hacienda. The room enjoys uninterrupted axial sight lines. The dining room is connected to the kitchen via a pristine white butler’s pantry/wet bar complete with a wine fridge.

The heart of the house is the great room at the back comprised of a kitchen open to an elegant yet relaxed sitting area with a fireplace and two arched bookcases at the far end. The room is given added force by the large beams that run rhythmically down the space. The kitchen features a massive 60″ gas range and dual refrigerator/freezers and dual dishwashers.

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The master bedroom suite of the five-bedroom, five-and-one-half bath home is located on the ground floor. The bath floors are a mocha and cream checkerboard. Coordinating marble comprises the countertops. The adjoining closet enjoys abundant space and a packing table. Completing the downstairs floor plan is another bedroom and study.

Upstairs are the remaining three bedrooms and a casual and cheerful sitting room. Another room is purposed as a work out room. A balcony overlooks the back yard.

At back is a cloistered outdoor living area and a stone hardscape area beyond. The three car garage is located in the right wing at the front.

Emily Beck of Williams Trew Realty has priced 5109 Bryce Avenue at $2,495,000.


Eric Prokesh

Eric Prokesh is an interior designer whose work has appeared on HGTV, in books and publications including DHome, Southern Accents, House Beautiful, and House and Garden. In January 2005, HG named Eric one of the 50 tastemakers in America and DHome has included him as one of Dallas’ Best Designers for 10 years. Having lived most of his life in Dallas, he now calls Fort Worth home and is one of our experts on beautiful Fort Worth Dirt.

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