3640 Middlewood boasts modern living with nostalgic nods. (Courtesy photo)
At 3640 Middlewood, the dramatic dining room is brimming with designer touches. (Courtesy photo)
3640 Middlewood's kitchen features heavy beams overhead and wide planks underfoot — adding to the old-world feel. (Courtesy photo)
4900 Westridge enjoys a shared five acre retreat filled with ponds and gardens. (Courtesy photo)
4900 Westridge affords its owner to wake up to this view every morning. (Courtesy photo)
4900 Westridge focuses every room on the view. (Courtesy photo)
At 1401 Westover Lane, marble flows from countertops up the walls in this chef's kitchen. (Courtesy photo)
Every space in the Westover home has been meticulously updated. (Courtesy photo)
At 1401 Westover Lane, the sunken living room with modern lighting and stone fireplace surround. (Courtesy photo)
Multi-million-dollar listings are nothing new in Fort Worth, but when homes in three sought-after neighborhoods hit the market, people tend to take notice. Join us on a tour of three different zip codes, each with a rare “For Sale” sign of note.
From homes in Riverhills to the Gardens of Westridge, these are three rare real estate listings in Fort Worth.
Listed by: Margaret Coulborn ― Williams Trew
The newer neighborhood of Riverhills has quickly become a coveted address with proximity to Clearfork and TCU. The English Manor-style showplace was once the Southern Accents show home. Built in 2009, it achieves old-world comfort thanks to some over-the-top customizations.
From designer wallpapers to high-end marble details by Ann Sacks, it has four bedrooms and four and a half baths in its sprawling 7,800 square feet. The fireplaces are embellished with handmade tiles sourced from Maine and mantels imported from England, hand-beveled wide plank oak flooring runs throughout. Its classically-styled pool and spa are situated in a very private backyard sanctuary.
Listed by: Mark Ware – The Exclusive
Located behind a security gate of the Gardens of Westridge, which backs up to the North course of Ridglea Country Club, this private community rarely sees an opening.
The three-bedroom house, built in 1986, is open-concept but the patios and view are extraordinary. Step outside to a magical garden oasis with lush greenery and tranquil ponds ― it’s all a bit Tolkien-esque, and very far removed from the big city ― all part of this five-acre shared garden. From the main living to the master suite, all eyes are on the amazing views in this light-filled home.
Listed by: Joseph Berkes – Williams Trew
This nearly one-acre lot in the prestigious Westover Hills affords both privacy and a prime location. With four bedrooms, four and a half baths, and 5,000 square feet of living space, it also has a three-car garage behind an electric gate.
Amenities include heated floors, a steam shower, and a freestanding tub, in the primary suite. Entertain in the media room with a drop-down projector and screen, or outdoors by the heated pool, with a covered patio and an outdoor kitchen. Rare materials and stylish updates abound in this Westover home.
All across town, there are new listings in highly coveted neighborhoods.