The lucky new owner of the modern contemporary home at 2319 Colonial Parkway in Fort Worth could have watched world number one golfer Adam Scott from their private patio win the 2014 Crowne Plaza Invitational at the Colonial Country Club.
Only a few of the privileged can live on the storied golf course, the tree-line home course of legendary golfer Ben Hogan. And only one owner can enjoy the sleek architecture, quality construction as well as the amazing location of this five-bedroom home.
Offered for $2,395,000, the 6,436-square-foot home features columns recovered from a French church, hand-painted Portuguese tiles, African limba wood paneling and two Italian Bertazzoni gas ranges. Designed in a Mediterranean style with stucco and red roof tiles, the home has steel windows, an elevator, elegant wood flooring and its own generator.
The eat-in kitchen features built-in appliances, a commercial-grade cooktop, a butler’s pantry and an island.
Adjacent is the family room, which overlooks the open patio and golf course.
A fireplace and private sitting area make the master suite a great place to relax. There are dual master baths and a custom-design closet system. All bedrooms are on the first level.
There is a library, game room and sunroom. In addition, the home features an unfinished bonus room, which could become a media or craft room. The home has a circular drive and a garage that can accommodate up to four vehicles.
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