Once upon a time, the words “luxury” and “industrial” did not go well together. I hear “luxury” and think of champagne wishes and caviar dreams. I hear “industrial” and think of steam coming out of a pothole in the ground and exposed wires.
Today, luxury meets industrial at three-story townhome loft at 821 West Daggett #D near the South Main Village area of Fort Worth.
What is Luxury?
Luxury comes in all forms. This townhome of over 1,900 square feet with two bedrooms and two-and-one-half bathrooms is filled with every luxury amenity you could need.
Soaring ceilings where plenty of natural light can spill into the home, gas stainless appliances in the kitchen, a spacious master suite and shower, and a one-of-a-kind rooftop deck with fantastic Fort Worth views create a spacious, top-notch property worthy of the most distinguished palette.
What is Industrial?
Immediately upon entry at 821 W. Daggett #D you sense the edgy and industrial vibe of the property. From the stained concrete floors to the stairs that look like the liner of a pick-up truck bed, there are plenty of materials in the home that aren’t typical for residential construction.
Sometimes an industrial style can emit a sense of sterility or frigidness that doesn’t mesh well with a home. That is not the case at this property. Because of the large, open windows and constant sunlight and warmth throughout the dwelling, there is a perfect balance between raw, industrial materials and a sense of home.
Located in the growing-and-popular South Main Village area of Fort Worth (just south of I-30 near Downtown Fort Worth) this home is within walking distance to local galleries, shops, restaurants, and watering holes.
If you tire of Cowtown and want to visit our little brother to the East, the T&P Rail Station is only a few steps away … but why would you want to go there?
Ashley Mooring of Briggs Freeman Sotheby’s International Real Estate has listed 821 W. Dagget #D for $375,000.