According to data from the Real Estate Center at Texas A&M University and North Texas Real Estate Information Systems, the local housing market is expected to continue strong through the end of the year. In August, the median cost of a North Texas home sold through the real-estate agents' multiple listing service was $250,000 — a 9 percent increase from a year earlier. Experts predict prices will continue to rise. A Briggs Freeman Sotheby’s International Realty agent can help you find an optimum opportunity for an outstanding investment. Here, just some of its luxury properties with newly adjusted prices.
In Westover Hills, 5700 Westover Court is one of only two homes on the street. The elegant 1940 Tudor boasts a stylishly updated interior with two living areas, two dining areas and a gourmet kitchen with a spectacular black name-brand range that complements the custom, high-gloss black lacquer cabinetry. The home is listed by Amy Hooper Trott for $3,250,000.
Located in the prestigious Riverhills neighborhood and the desirable Tanglewood Elementary School zone, the Mediterranean-inspired 5473 Night Sage Lane boasts crème de la crème outdoor living with two covered patios, a resort-style pool and a generous yard. Perks include four bedroom suites, five baths and a game room with full-service wet bar. The home is listed by Mary Carolyn Gatzke for $1,359,000.
Another stunning Mediterranean: 7009 Westmont Drive sits on landscaped grounds in Colleyville’s Westmont Addition. Outside, the terra-cotta tile roof and textured stone walls set the tone for an amenity-rich interior with five bedrooms, six baths, multiple living areas, first-floor master suite with spa bath and adjoining exercise room and a gourmet kitchen complete with double ovens, name-brand range and an ice maker. The home is listed by John Zimmerman for $1,299,999.
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