The home is under contract and is in the option period. It is usually still
being marketed and shown. During the option period (often 7-14 days) the
buyer may terminate the contract for any reason. Typically this time is used
by the buyer to have the home inspected and negotiate repairs. Once the
option period expires the contract's status becomes Pending and the house is
Stunning Transitional Home in the highly sought after Shady Oaks addition. Just a few minutes to schools, shopping and all that Southlake has to offer this 5,537 square foot estate might as well be a model home. Transitional light colors throughout with an abundance of large windows, wood beam ceilings, plantation shutters and much more. Downstairs offers a gourmet kitchen that opens to the breakfast & living room, large master suite, handsome study, formal dining with wine room, large media & an ensuite guest bedroom. Upstairs offers 3 additional ensuite bedrooms& a large gameroom. The resort style backyard offers a living area, outdoor kitchen, saltwater pool with attached spa and extensive lush landscaping.
$1,375,000, last reduced 75 days ago on September 7, 2018
Days on Site
Shady Oaks Add
Residential, single family, single detached
5,537, source is tax, price per sq ft is $248.33
0.532 acres, Subdivision, Some Trees, Landscaped
3 living areas, 2 dining areas, 5 bedrooms, 5 full baths, 1 half bath
Private Lake/Pond, Park, Jogging Path/Bike Path
Carpet, Wood, Ceramic Tile
Cable TV Available, Bay Windows, Plantation Shutters, Decorative Lighting, Flat Screen Wiring, High Speed Internet Available, Vaulted Ceilings, Multiple Staircases, Other
Central Air-Elec, Central Heat-Gas
1 Fireplace, Stone
Mandatory, fee is $1,500 annual, includes maintenance of common areas, management fees
Fire Sprinkler System, Fire/Smoke, Smoke Detector
Municipal Utility Distr.
4 Total Covered Spaces, 4 Garage Spaces, Attached, Oversized
City Sewer, City Water, Curbs, Sidewalk
24 x 18
18 x 14, Built-in Cabinets
17 x 13
22 x 13, Natural Stone/Granite Type, Walk-in Pantry, Eat-in Kitchen, Coffee Bar, Island, Breakfast Bar, Built-in Cabinets
Disposal, Double Oven, Plumbed For Gas in Kitchen, Cooktop - Gas, Built-in Microwave, Built-in Refrigerator/Freezer, Dishwasher
24 x 8
20 x 16, Walk-in Closets, Dual Sinks, Separate Shower, Linen Closet, Jetted Tub, Separate Vanities, Garden Tub, Shower Body Sprays, Custom Closet System
15 x 12, Walk-in Closets
17 x 14
0 x 0, Built-in Cabinets
0 x 0, Utility Closet, Room for Freezer, Washer Hookup, Drip/Dry Area, Full Size W/D Area, Floor Drain, Separate Utility Room, Built-in Cabinets
29 x 16
15 x 13, Walk-in Closets
15 x 13, Walk-in Closets
14 x 12, Walk-in Closets
Outdoor Living Center, Sprinkler System, Gutters, Attached Grill, Patio Covered, Lighting System, Balcony, Covered Porch(es), Other
Property data is courtesy of the NTREIS Multiple Listing Service.
In accordance with the Law, this property is offered
without respect to race, color, creed, national
origin, sex, familial status or disability. This is not intended to solicit property currently
listed. The information contained herein is furnished by the
owner to the best of his/her knowledge, but is subject
to verification by the purchaser, and agent assumes no
responsibility for the correctness thereof. The sale offering is made subject to errors,
omissions, change of price, prior sale, or withdrawal
*Square footage is to be verified by purchaser prior to closing.
Cindy's Selling Tips
Less is More! Remove all unnecessary objects from furniture and shelves throughout your home. If you have lots of collectibles, consider storing them. Less is more when showing a house. Read more at Staging Your Home.
Make it easy to see your home. Make your home easy for real estate agents to show. Be ready to show at any time. Avoid scheduling restrictions. This is hard - but your house has to be shown in order to sell. Read more at Showing Your Home.
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A Few Real Estate Terms
Earnest Money - Something of value given as part of the purchase price to show "good faith" and to secure an agreement.
Homestead - The primary residence of a declarant who has filed a Declaration of Homestead, which offers protection (within specific guidelines) against a forced sale.
Material defect - Any defect in a specific property that could either affect a buyer's decision to purchase it or affect the property's value, such as a cracked foundation.