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Designed by AIA award-winning architect Ron Wommack, this gated modern at 4143 Buena Vista #A on the Katy Trail is constructed of naturally aged, corrugated copper clad combined with Milsap stone and Ipe wood.
The private backyard has Ipe wood decking, a water-fire feature and direct access to the trail, designed by David Hocker.
Expansive windows,10-foot ceilings, extensive art lighting, and museum-finished walls create an immaculate light-filled art space. Exposed rafters, concrete walls and a translucent ceiling create a cozy and rare full basement that showcases a climate-controlled wine room and an exotic fish tank for dramatic underground living.
The architectural and design details are plenty – a limestone entry, steel-beamed floating stairs, wide-plank rift-cut oak floors, surround-sound system, Vantage lighting and automatic dual shade control at the touch of a button.
The spacious living area opens to a second terrace overlooking the wooded trail. The kitchen includes Wolf and Sub Zero appliances, Pedini walnut cabinetry, polished stainless countertops, sizable island and third terrace perfect for grilling.
The master suite has a private study, and the Ipe wood ceiling treatment extends to the fourth terrace perched in the trees.
Wrapped in Ann Sacks limestone, the master bath has the tranquility of the finest spas – including dual sinks, separate make-up vanity, soaking tub and separate shower with skylight.
The ground level has two bedrooms, a full bath and an oversized two-car garage including storage solutions. Listed for $1,495,000.
For more luxury homes, see briggsfreeman.com. Click here to see the latest in real estate news. CEO Robbie Briggs independently owns and operates Briggs Freeman Sotheby’s International Realty with six offices in Dallas, Uptown, Lakewood, Ranch and Land, The Ballpark and Southlake.