Skip the trip to Tuscany this year. Relax or host a wine tasting as the sun sets on the open patio at this home in the heart of Fort Worth.
With a gated entrance on a cul-de-sac, near the Fort Worth cultural district, this Mediterranean-style home is a perfect place to entertain friends and family. Double doors from the master suite and from the family room lead to the patio. A balcony from an upstairs bedroom overlooks the patio.
With four bedrooms and five full baths, the 5,348-square-foot stucco home at 2037 Burton Hill is being offered by John Zimmerman for $2,399,000.
Step inside this home through a glass and wood front door and find an entry with a wrought-iron staircase leading to the upstairs bedrooms.
On the first level are elegant formal rooms with Saltillo tile and recycled hardwood flooring. The windows and doors have casings made of cherry. Dine in elegance in the dining room with a fireplace and crystal chandelier under a vaulted ceiling.
For great entertaining or easy meal preparation, the eat-in kitchen features a painted tile backsplash behind a commercial-grade, dual-fuel range. The backsplash pops beside black, built-in appliances. Cooking is fast with a double oven, including a convection oven. The farm-style sink stands under large wood-framed windows. The home has plenty of storage space with a butler's pantry. And there is a built-in wine cooler.
Unwind in the first-floor master suite with a private sitting area and dual master baths. In the baths are a jetted, freestanding tub, separate shower with custom European tiles and hand-painted, built-in marble countertops. There are also walk-in closets.
The outdoor patio with fireplace is lit by strings of light bulbs. For children the home also features a play pool and a large well-landscaped backyard.
There is covered parking and a porte-cochere.
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