Anyone who’s spent a little bit of time perusing Dallas real estate listings knows that, eventually and inevitably, things get a little boring. Even some of the most opulent homes can disappoint halfway through a slideshow. There are only so many bright, airy kitchens or gallery-white walls a person’s eyes can take in before they all start to blend together.
So, when a listing comes along that doesn’t just include one or two interesting rooms, but a whole mess of spaces that are straight serving in the design department, it’s an unexplainable thrill. Actually, 4621 Crestline, which fronts Fort Worth’s River Crest Country Club, offers more than just a slew of spaces.
Literally all 28 shots that comprise its slideshow are giving us something to look at, whether it’s a blue-and-white checkered ceiling, a glossy emerald green entryway, geometric tiles in the airy-but-cozy kitchen, or a trelliage-lined back patio. I’ve also discovered my new favorite room of all time: the high-ceilinged conservatory with white painted bricks and a Moroccan-inspired lantern. (Actually, there is one photo that disappoints, but it’s really hard to make workout equipment fun or sexy.)
I was not shocked to see that this was the personal home of an interior designer, or that Brent Hull, known for work that preserves architectural integrity, was behind the 1930s house’s to-the-studs renovation in 2015.
Anyway, enough with words. Head to our slideshow to take in 4621 Crestline’s beauty for yourself.