The market is strongly indicating that it is time to sell — and savvy homeowners are doing just that. Housing availability may have decreased this summer, but Briggs Freeman Sotheby’s International Realty is never in short supply of luxury properties for discerning buyers. Below, three magnificent manses new to the market in just the last few days.
The elegant stone-and-brick traditional at 701 Alta Drive in Fort Worth thoughtfully affords an owner’s every comfort. With its media room, resort-style pool and energy-saving features, it balances style, amenities and conscientious homeownership. Located on River Crest Country Club, this six-bed, six-bath home enjoys views of the golf course’s eighth hole. It is listed by John Zimmerman for $4,495,000.
A two-acre estate at the back of gated Glenwyck Farms, 1833 Broken Bend Drive in Westlake is in space along the neighborhood’s private greenbelt. Its interior has extensive hardwoods, two laundry rooms, a fitness room, study and spacious gourmet kitchen, while the back yard includes a pool, waterslide, tennis court and covered outdoor living area complete with outdoor kitchen. It is listed by Tommy Pennington for $2,475,000.
Perfectly adaptable for one family or multiple generations, 6501 Diamond Court in Colleyville is a rare find with 7,200-plus square feet, five bedrooms, six full baths and two master suites. Custom details make the Jewel Estates home even more impressive, from plaster moldings and medallions to custom leaded glass, rare granite and a floor inlay in the foyer imported from Italy. It is listed by Suzy Wang Schul for $1,150,000.
President and CEO Robbie Briggs independently owns and operates Briggs Freeman Sotheby’s International Realty. To explore properties in Fort Worth and beyond, go to briggsfreeman.com.