A magical experience awaits all of those who enter 307 Crestwood Drive. A unique collaboration between owner and architect, this Charles Dilbeck home was built in 1940 to the specifications of the owner, Ren Clark—a local hotel developer and amateur magician. It does not take pulling a rabbit out of a hat to see the beauty and grandeur of this over 4,000 square foot home that rests on one of largest, tree-filled lots in Crestwood.
The main home is comprised of three bedrooms, two and one-half baths, formal living and dining areas, as well as gorgeous views from every room. The formal living area is a show stopper. A soaring, vaulted ceiling adds to the grandeur of the space. Large plank hardwood floors encourage movement towards the stage—great for any entertainer that may take ownership of the home. The stage even includes stage lighting and a stage door. But, what anchors this truly special room is the large inglenook with a grand, wood-burning fireplace built of hand-hewn bricks.
The roomy master suite was recently renovated and includes his-and-her walk-in closets, a stunning master bath with tree-top views, walk-in shower, soaking tub, his-and-her vanities, and crisp marble. The kitchen was expanded and updated with a lovely breakfast table and banquette, name-brand stainless appliances, and large island. Two guest suites are available. One suite, connected to the main home but with a private entry, includes a full bath. The 900 square-foot guest house contains a large living area, full bedroom and bath, and a kitchen.
This home is a rare find on Fort Worth’s west side and a rare chance to own a property in an established neighborhood built by a significant architect. It is offered for $1,750,000.
To schedule a private viewing, or to learn more about the property, contact Susanna at 817-862-4428. To view more photos of the home, visit WilliamsTrew.com.