When you live on the 13th hole of the renowned Mira Vista Country Club golf course, everyday living becomes a five-star resort vacation. Such is life at 6829 Lahontan Drive in Fort Worth where the views of the golf course are spectacular.
The six-bedroom home, built by the Morrison Group, is in a guarded, gated community that offers extensive amenities, including a club house, greenbelt and jogging/biking path. One of the bedrooms could be an in-law suite with a full kitchen, living area and additional laundry room.
On .65-acre in this 700-acre planned development, the 8,016-square-foot home is being offered by Amy Hooper Trott for $1,899,000.
From a circular drive, enter through double wooden doors into a two-story foyer. Inside the formal rooms you are surrounded by rich wood accents from the flooring to ceiling. Notice the crown moldings, wood-framed windows, and carved wooden moldings that divide the rooms. There are also elegant wood cabinets in the kitchen and master bath.
For family or friends, the kitchen is well-equipped with stainless-steel, built-in appliances, a large island and a breakfast bar. A wine rack and a wet bar are great for entertaining.
On the first floor is the master suite with a sitting area and a large spa-like bath with a jetted tub, separate shower and an island.
From every room there are views of the golf course, and maybe the best vantage point is sitting on the covered patio or floating in the saltwater pool.
Enjoy great boating on the nearby 3,770-acre Benbrook Reservoir. However, the location’s crown jewel is the Mira Vista Country Club, which for 25 years has brought families and friends together for golf, tennis, swimming and social gatherings. The par 71 golf course, designed by Tom Weiskopf and Jay Morrish, attracts top pros and provides a great place for adults and youth to learn the sport.
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