Exquisite and stylish, this contemporary home is in Ft Worth’s desirable Monticello neighborhood. The home at 108 Linden Lane, across from Monticello Park, has contemporary architecture and a distinctive layout. Originally built in 1930, this open floor plan home was totally renovated in the 90s. It has a full basement and a 700-square-foot guesthouse, gated drive with two-car attached carport, deck, garden patio and more. It is a real find.
Only a few blocks from the elementary school and five world-class museums, Monticello residents are always exploring in an area that is just moments from the lively 7th Street corridor. A stately 40-foot, non-shedding Cottonwood tree graces the front of the property.
The cut-glass front door leads guests through the tiled foyer with a wall of windows. A substantial fireplace and large windows are the focal point of the living room, which is open to the dining and kitchen. Clean lines and wall space enhance a gallery feel. The rounded art niche in the dining room provides a unique display opportunity. Abundant storage in kitchen with built-in name-brand refrigerator, double ovens and breakfast bar. Theater style lighting has been installed throughout home.
The new owner can relax in the luxurious spa soaking tub in the master bath or the separate shower. A Jack-and-Jill bath separate the two guest rooms. The detached guesthouse has a bedroom, mini-kitchen and dining space, large closet and full bath. It is located behind the carport accommodating multiple vehicles secured behind an automatic driveway gate.
There is endless potential for this Monticello masterpiece with a little updating. The property is beautifully landscaped and fully sprinklered. There are three bedrooms, two and one-half baths in the main house that is just under 2,100 square feet plus the one-bedroom, one-bath guest house.
The home’s price has recently reduced to $365,000 and it will be open Sunday, March 8, 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. To schedule a private showing, contact Ashley Martin 817-570-9430.