|Living Area||12,761 sqft|
|Lot Size||1 acres|
Quietly nestled behind stately sycamores, this elegant Terrell Hills home was thoughtfully and impeccably designed by architect Roy Braswell and built by Mauze Construction in 2006. Landscaped by award-winning Landscape Architect, John Troy, it is situated on almost a fully-gated acre of immaculately manicured grounds. Sparing no expense, design features of this breathtaking home include reclaimed wide-planked walnut and stone floors from a 16th Century French Abbey, Lueders Limestone flanked doors and Marvin windows, custom lighting design by Lucifer Lighting, custom cabinets and hardware by Clive Christian, and imported antique fire place mantles. The spacious downstairs master suite features his and her bathrooms and closets. There are four additional bedrooms with ensuite baths upstairs and a detached two story guest house. Additional features of the home include two, two-car garages, a greenhouse with potting room, a sparkling courtyard pool, three half bathrooms, home office, game room, exercise room, gift-wrapping room, and a fully appointed elevator. This beautiful French contemporary home combines Old World charm and elegance with the convenience and functionality of modern construction.