This cool curved contemporary masterpiece is a honey stop the car house.
It’s no stranger to press coverage because it’s been on the market several times over the years. Of course, it takes a specific buyer to appreciate a contemporary home, especially one of this pedigree. So why is this the right house for right now?
Everyone is moving to North Texas. If you have a move-in ready home with a pool, it’s bouncing off the market in days. The Dallas Business Journal said so just last week:
Adriana Cruz, executive director of Economic Development and Tourism for Gov. Greg Abbott’s office, said the office has 196 active relocation or expansion projects in its pipeline right now.
“We have seen a tremendous increase in the number of prospects and projects we have in very diverse industries.
Why This House is Right For Those Relocating
It seems like the entire population of California is coming to Texas. It’s not just California companies headed here. There are people whose names we cannot reveal flying in weekly to check out our real estate.
Californians set a high bar when it comes to architectural significance and square footage. They don’t want anything average or ordinary. This contemporary masterpiece is a perfect fit for these buyers because Californians, in particular, appreciate architect-designed homes.
It also has 14,795 square-feet, seven bedrooms, eight bathrooms, four powder baths, and an extremely rare commodity for Texas — a fully finished basement.
When musician Darren Kozelsky and his wife Amy decided to make Dallas their home many years ago, they enlisted architect Lionel Morrison to create this clean-lined, minimalist home. They wanted to see the sky and the trees, yet have privacy.
Morrison and minimalism go hand-in-hand. He’s well-known for creating calming, light-filled, residences with a natural harmony between the structure and nature. He does not sacrifice warmth, however, and this is not a sterile house by any means.
Morrison designed this curved contemporary masterpiece to have the necessary privacy from the street. He then opened the interior up with floor-to-ceiling glass walls that wrap around an infinity pool.
If you’re new to Dallas and Morrison’s talents, his vision was instrumental in the design of NorthPark Center and One Arts Plaza, which anchors one end of the Dallas Arts District. We’ve written so much about his residential projects he has his own section in our archives where you can read more about this magnificent home here.
Hillcrest Estates is where Candy lives. Need I say more?
OK. Well, it’s centrally located, just far enough away from two major highways and about 15 minutes from downtown. The neighborhood is quiet, beautiful, and safe. If you are moving to Dallas, and especially if you have children, this is an excellent neighborhood to serve the needs of a family.
Our needs have changed substantially in the past few months. A house has to be multi-functional now, with personal spaces, gathering areas, multiple home offices, and study areas. Outdoor space and pools are essential. This curved contemporary masterpiece checks every one of those boxes and then some. It’s as if it were purpose-built for our present needs.
“Although it’s a large contemporary home, it’s very warm and lives well,” Compass listing agent Amy Detwiler said. “Given the world’s changing needs, it’s positioned perfectly for a family.”
This is indeed the right house at the right time, and whoever scores this $6.499 million curved contemporary masterpiece at 6645 Northaven Road is one lucky buyer.