The recently renovated traditional home at 6110 Locke Avenue, built-in 1937, boasts stylish updates, versatile layout and rests beneath a canopy of mature trees.
The charming home greets one with a large covered porch establishing the timeless yet modern elements in today's lifestyle. Upon entering the front door, one will immediately notice the abundant natural light, restored hardwood floors, plantation shutters, expansive fireplace, and elegant crown molding revealing the high quality construction and timeless character.
The single-level home offers appropriately 3,000 square feet with four bedrooms, four full-baths and three well-designed entertaining rooms creating an expansive layout ideal for home office or guests.
The spacious kitchen is located adjacent to the formal dining room featuring white cabinetry, stainless appliances, chic stone countertops, walk-in pantry and large laundry room with freezer.
The master suite features exceptional designer finishes including gorgeous marble, white subway tile, soaking tub, walk-in shower and double vanities.
The walls-of-windows capture views into the backyard revealing lush green space, newly installed deck and privacy fence. Mature trees surround the impeccable grounds creating a spectacular outdoor environment. A detached two-car garage and electric entry gate provide for ultimate security and storage. Other exceptional features include vaulted ceiling, three fireplaces, tankless hot water heater, recessed lighting, newly installed roof, gutters and driveway.
The home is open Sunday, February 4 from 1 to 3 p.m. It is located in west Fort Worth’s coveted neighborhood of Ridglea North, minutes from downtown Fort Worth and Camp Bowie Blvd near local shops, restaurants and the Cultural District.
Please contact Ida Duwe-Olsen and Ted Olsen with Williams Trew Real Estate at email@example.com or 817-723-5166 to schedule a private tour or follow them on Instagram at ida.ted.ftw.realestate or Facebook at www.facebook.com/idaandted/.