Neal Stewarts LRHello beautiful Turtle Creek condo that has been on the market since last July. Mirror mirror on the wall, who’s got the most gorgeous condo of them all? I’d put my money on Neal Stewart any day! The veteran Dallas designer and former showroom owner just rocks and divides his time between Dallas and Honolulu with a condo he owns there with his partner, Allen Carrell. This is his private pad at the Vendome. Now here’s one of the the biggest secrets in the RE biz: ALWAYS buy, if you can, the personal house or condo of an architect, designer or high end custom home builder, like the one’s on Candy’s Approved Builder list. Why? These people love homes and they LOAD THEM UP!

Stewart moved into the Vendom in 2004, shortly after it was built, like the third one in. His units — there have been several — have served almost as “models” in the building. Neal buys, fixes the design, someone looks at it to get ideas and ends up buying it, which is I’m sure what they hope helps this time.

Case in point: 3505 Turtle Creek #16E, listed with Judy Pittman. Stewart told D Home Magazine’s Peggy Levinson he furnished the place with “client leftovers”, like an extra panel here, a console a client didn’t want there. It’s a handsome, rich environment, unlke many of the almost stark modern rooms I have seen him create. There is rich, dark colors on the walls which surprisingly makes the space seem larger. There are more than 2100 square feet, 11 foot ceilings, gas fireplace, designer kitchen extraordinaire, hardwoods and all the many amenities of the Vendome: elegant foyer, concierge & doorman, fitness facility, pool, dog park, and even three guest suites should your guests need them. This unit, 16E, has two bedrooms, three and a half baths, and great views of the city skyline overlooking Lee Park. Asking $795,000. For a designer’s dream.Neal Stewarts LR Neil Stewart LR 2 Neal Stewart FR Neal Stewart kitchen Neal Stewart bedroom neal Stewart bath

Neal Stewarts LRHello beautiful Turtle Creek condo that has been on the market since last July. Mirror mirror on the wall, who’s got the most gorgeous condo of them all? I’d put my money on Neal Stewart any day! The veteran Dallas designer and former showroom owner just rocks and divides his time between Dallas and Honolulu with a condo he owns there with his partner, Allen Carrell. This is his private pad at the Vendome. Now here’s one of the the biggest secrets in the RE biz: ALWAYS buy, if you can, the personal house or condo of an architect, designer or high end custom home builder, like the one’s on Candy’s Approved Builder list. Why? These people love homes and they LOAD THEM UP!

Stewart moved into the Vendom in 2004, shortly after it was built, like the third one in. His units — there have been several — have served almost as “models” in the building. Neal buys, fixes the design, someone looks at it to get ideas and ends up buying it, which is I’m sure what they hope helps this time.

Case in point: 3505 Turtle Creek #16E, listed with Judy Pittman. Stewart told D Home Magazine’s Peggy Levinson he furnished the place with “client leftovers”, like an extra panel here, a console a client didn’t want there. It’s a handsome, rich environment, unlke many of the almost stark modern rooms I have seen him create. There is rich, dark colors on the walls which surprisingly makes the space seem larger. There are more than 2100 square feet, 11 foot ceilings, gas fireplace, designer kitchen extraordinaire, hardwoods and all the many amenities of the Vendome: elegant foyer, concierge & doorman, fitness facility, pool, dog park, and even three guest suites should your guests need them. This unit, 16E, has two bedrooms, three and a half baths, and great views of the city skyline overlooking Lee Park. Asking $795,000. For a designer’s dream.Neal Stewarts LR Neil Stewart LR 2 Neal Stewart FR Neal Stewart kitchen Neal Stewart bedroom neal Stewart bath