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Hot Property: A Sleek and Spacious Contemporary Mansion

Just across Lake Ray Hubbard lies a huge home brimming with enviable extras.
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Hot Property: A Sleek and Spacious Contemporary Mansion

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Situated on a one-acre lot and clocking in at a whopping 7,338 square feet, this Heath home is undeniably massive. But in contrast to many other North Texas manses, it’s tasteful in its splendor. The exterior offers a marriage of contemporary-cool materials, from the natural stone façades to the standing seam metal roof. The landscaping, from the well-manicured lawn to tastefully placed trees, offers a West Coast-cool feel, and amber light from inside the custom steel doors and windows spills onto the grass.

Inside, an airy entrance is drenched in light. The walls throughout are stark white and the floors are hickory wood and light tile, further bouncing the sun around the space. Speaking of wood, this home is brimming with it, but in a way that’s elegant — not cabin-like. Think modern driftwood console tables, handsome kitchen islands, wood-paneled wet bars, and pretty shiplap ceilings with a rich shellac finish.

Outside, you’ll find a basketball court, a saltwater pool, and enough space for summer barbecues and cocktail parties alike. Inside, there’s a game room (ping-pong table and all), multiple living and dining areas, and closets so spacious they have seating areas.

Indeed, it’s a lot of house. But with luxe materials, a cohesive design, and a checklist of bonus features, 600 Rustic Ridge Drive still feels like a home.

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