3840 Wentwood Dr., University Park, TX 75225
Sleek New Construction in University Park
With its sleek, clean lines, East Bay Slate roof and circular concrete-block driveway, this University Park residence designed by William S. Briggs and built by Robert Raymond Homes is a traffic stopper at the corner of Wentwood Drive and Tulane Boulevard. Enhancing the homeís bold presence are the stucco-covered exterior walls of mason blocks, and a dramatic glass-and-steel door framed by windows.
Designed for a lifestyle requiring luxury, the two-story home fits the bill with countless windows, beautiful hardwood floors and cabinetry, and Ann Sacks, Walker Zanger and Porcelanosa Natural stone and tiles.
The formal living and dining rooms are ideally situated on either side of the entry hall with easy access to a powder room, and a wet bar with an ice maker and refrigerator.
Servicing the dining room is the remarkable open kitchen which features an island with a double-bowl sink, separate Sub-Zero refrigerator and freezer, Wolf appliances, plenty of cabinets and a butlerís pantry with a handy walk-in cupboard complete with its own refrigerator.
Without losing the open feeling, three concrete-block columns provide a sense of separation between the kitchen and the oversized family room with its fireplace and wall of glass doors and windows that open to a loggia overlooking the backyard.
Just beyond the game room is another powder room, a game room with a covered terrace, a mudroom and a two-car garage thatís accessible through the stucco-covered perimeter wall via an electric wooden driveway gate.
The residenceís upper-level living quarters reinforce the smart design, use of natural light and attention to detail. The master bedroom suite includes a marvelous bathroom featuring a soak tub, a dual-entry shower and separate vanities, plus a huge walk-in closet including an island with a shoe bench and a window.
There are also three ensuite guestrooms, sitting area, utility room with a sink and a convenient attic for storage.
Easily accessible to both Central Expressway and the Dallas North Tollway, the home is located near Preston Center and Hyer Elementary School.