The home at 4900 Westridge Avenue has a mix of formal and casual living areas with architect designed raised panel walls and an integrated floor-to-ceiling library system. All rooms have garden views with the center piece of the home consisting of a covered room with outdoor kitchen, a second fireplace, and arched windows of cast stone work embellished with fleur-de-lei panels overlooking Swan Lake.
A lion’s head fountain and koi pond and a dual staircase with sculpted magnolias greet visitors to the entrance of the home. The double entry wrought-iron door was designed in Mexico City in an artist studio specializing in large-scale doorways. Each door they produce is unique. An owner’s entrance through the garage is equipped with an elevator taking one to the main area of the house.
Landscaped grounds are expected with fine homes; however, there are few places that have true gardens in Texas. The overall property consisting of five acres has three main water features, multiple streams and natural ponds. The property was part of the Weiner sculpture collection, a forerunner to the Nasher Collection in Dallas.
Contact Ann Lesok for a private viewing at firstname.lastname@example.org or 817-991-1712.