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This Dazzling Designer Estate is Calling

Why this Celina property boasts the best of both worlds.

Crave some land but not ready to live the full blown ranch life (quite yet, anyway)? How about 14.5 acres in Celina complete with a gated entry, a resort-style swimming pool and private pond to satisfy your restless, real estate loving soul?

This thoughtful Robbie Fusch designer home was built in 2002 and features the modern amenities coveted by only the most selective of home buyers. With five bedrooms, five full and two half bathrooms, and 5,488 square feet of living space, there is plenty of room for your growing family to relax and take in a life outside of the big city rat race.

And while the wood-beamed vaulted ceilings and the rich hardwoods would woo any buyer, it’s the bright kitchen with its cozy keeping-room that seems to be the true heart of this home. Because no matter how big you build a house, family always seems to congregate in the kitchen – especially during the upcoming holiday season. This particular kitchen has storage for days and impressive marble countertops.

The backyard features a dreamy pool and spa overlooking a private pond. There is also a fire pit for roasting s’mores and drinking mulled wine when the weather is nice and cool. Aspiring MLB baseball player in your home? This place is decked out with a batting cage to sharpen their skill set. Now that’s something you don’t see every day in Dallas proper.

Yes, this mythical world where space, style, and a sense of home collide really does exist. And It just so happens to only be a short scoot up the Tollway.


12714 W FM 455 Celina, TX 75009

Paulette Greene
214-957-3372
[email protected]

With over One Billion Dollars in sales throughout her career, Paulette Greene is one of the most trusted names in DFW real estate. At the heart of Paulette’s extraordinary success are over twenty-eight years of proven results, strong corporate business and personal networks, involvement with local and nationwide homebuilders, and an intimate familiarity with the neighborhoods of the Metroplex.

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