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Hot Property: This Devonshire Contemporary Has Plenty of Bells and Whistles

The 3,530-square-foot house features beautiful stonework, exposed beams, and lots of custom features.
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Hot Property: This Devonshire Contemporary Has Plenty of Bells and Whistles

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Even though it was built less than two years ago, the cost increases for materials, land, and labor would make 5736 Stonegate “hard to replicate,” according to listing agent Becky Frey.

Finished in 2020 on a quarter-acre lot in Devonshire, the contemporary home has plenty going for it. The house features floor-to-ceiling walls of windows on the north and south sides of the home, a metal roof, cedar accents, and stonework that carries through the exteriors and interiors, giving it a Texas flair. 

“Visually, it looks really pleasing through the glass,” Frey says. 

Inside, the three-bedroom house has an open concept, which Frey loves. The stonework carries into the living room through the fireplace. There are museum-finish walls, art lighting, and 9-inch oak hardwood floors. Exposed, reclaimed Trestlewood beams found throughout the main living area and primary bedroom give the house “a contemporary feel,” Frey says. “It’s really pretty.”

The kitchen includes custom cabinetry and outlets built into the Neolith counters. Everything is built-in, including the stovetop knobs and the refrigerator. Just off the kitchen is a “butler’s workspace” with a wine fridge. “When you entertain, you can have a bartender there,” says Frey, or you can just use it as an extended prep space. 

Other features include marble counters in the bathrooms, electronic blinds, custom drapery, floor-to-ceiling storage closets, and flush-mounted speakers inside and outside. 

“It’s just a custom-feeling house,” Frey says. “It doesn’t feel like a spec house.”

It has a large backyard, with a cedar-roofed covered patio and firepit. There are multiple seating areas and a built-in grill. A tall stained-cedar fence adds a layer of privacy. And there is plenty of parking. Besides the two-car garage, the front drive has space for four vehicles.

Its location is also special, says Frey. Devonshire is a “homey-feeling neighborhood,” with a nice mix of ages and easy access to the Dallas North Tollway. Plus, “there’s so many places you can just walk to,” Frey says. The house is only a mile from Inwood Village, which has plenty of shops and places to eat, like Eatzi’s and Mesero.

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