The home at 745 W. Hill Drive in gated West Hills Estates is sited not only at the top of a hill but also at the end of a cul-de-sac. Because of its premium location, the impressive Mediterranean-style home offers spectacular views, day and night. Built in 2003 and updated in several areas, the home boasts 4,335 square feet and many luxuries, including a media room, a wine room and a curved staircase in the entry hall.
Large and open in plan, the kitchen features two work islands and a generously-sized dining counter. It is equipped with top-notch stainless-steel appliances and gleaming granite countertops.
The outdoor living is as gracious as the indoor. The one-of-a-kind, resort-style pool features two levels, a waterfall, a slide and a swim-up bar. There is a pool house and fire pit, plus two outdoor kitchens. The 6.2-acre property adjoins an available 21-acre parcel, which would be ideal for horses or cattle.
The home is represented by Veronica Stimson and priced $1,200,000.
Aledo, the oldest city in Parker County and first a farming settlement, is a city transformed. It even picked up a new name along the way: It was once called Parker Station, until mail marked for Parker County found its way out of the mail car at Parker Station instead. The Post Office directed the smaller community to find a new name. Aledo it was, named in 1882 for the hometown of a railroad official from Aledo, Illinois. Fast-forward to today: Aledo is a dynamic city of nearly 4,000 residents, halfway between Fort Worth and Weatherford and just two miles south of I-20 on FM 1187.
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