According to Keeping Current Matters, a source of news and education for real estate professionals, the National Association of Realtors® confirmed an ongoing national trend in a recent monthly Confidence Index survey of more than 50,000 Realtors: Buyer demand outweighs house supply almost everywhere. Texas continues to have a strong and stable housing market, and Briggs Freeman Sotheby’s International Realty always has exceptional listings. Here, just some of the firm’s luxury properties with recently adjusted prices.
In Westover Hills, 5700 Westover Court is one of only two private homes on the street. The 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.
True to its name, 6916 Sanctuary Lane in Fort Worth is a halcyon Mira Vista refuge. The six-bedroom, Mediterranean-influenced manor is beyond gracious with soaring vaulted ceilings and plentiful windows — which fill the house with peaceful light — overlooking the verdant treed surrounds. The home is listed by Leigh Crates for $1,750,000.
The custom home at 7951 Bella Flora Drive in gated Bella Flora is an architectural stunner, with smart-home technology, a state-of-the-art kitchen, art-gallery walls, a focal-point dining room with hanging wine displays and a master suite with remote-start shower. The home is listed by Carley Moore for $1,145,000.
The Overton Woods stunner at 4767 Overton Woods Drive is within walking distance to the Trinity Trails. It has been converted from a duplex to a large, five-bedroom residence. The home is listed by Veronica Stimson for $1,119,000.
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