The Magazzine/Cunningham Group and the Arlington/Mansfield offices of Ebby Halliday Realtors are marketing the home at 3020 Shadow Drive W, priced $1,375,000. Built in 1990 with over 7,400 square feet, plus a four-car garage and pool and spa, a detailed update was completed in 2016.
Nature surrounds the one-of-a-kind palatial estate in North Arlington, on over three park-like acres. Planned and designed by architect Don Wheaton, the exquisite sprawling home constructed of Austin stone will surely attract the discriminating buyer.
Hand-scored concrete creates walkways and a circle drive, along with a porta-cache and professional landscaping, and sets off an enchanting entryway. The grand entry features two-story ceilings in the foyer and formal areas and fine inlaid marble flooring.
From sheer elegance to classy comfortable living, solid hand-scraped hardwood flooring extends to a massive living area, including the kitchen and breakfast area. Incredible wood appointments accentuate the gathering area including the built-in entertainment center, bookcases and the oversize open wet bar with a wine cooler. Multiple sets of French doors lead out to the patio and pool area.
The dream kitchen leaves nothing to be desired. Leather finished quartzite counters are expansive and show off the double stacked custom wood cabinetry. A subzero-refrigerator, two dishwashers, dual pantries, oversized island and sweeping breakfast bar complete this area. The private guest quarters can be found close by with an en suite bath.
The elegant master sleeping quarters can be found at the rear of the home and include a separate fireplace, door leading to pool area and double doors opening to the dressing area. Enjoy a jetted soaking tub or a large pass thru shower. Close by, a study is private and quiet for any time of the day.
Completing the extraordinary home, two grand-size bedrooms with a Hollywood bath arrangement are upstairs along with a two-level game room concept.
To view property photos, visit www.3020Shadow.Ebby.com or for additional information or private viewing, contact Michael Cunningham at 817-654-8445.