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The High Life at the Azure

Uptown Dallas

Once you make your way to the sixteenth floor your eyes will immediately be drawn to the floor-to-ceiling glass windows with breathtaking views of the city. You'll also enjoy a beautiful abstract painting by Jim Rabby with colors of amethyst that are perfectly paired with fabulous handmade art glass purchased while vacationing in Italy...

The Bonneau Home

Farmers Branch

While the home is just over 4,000 square feet the warmth of the design and decor make it feel comfortable and cozy, like a Hill Country Bauern Haus should. You'll find spectacular golf course views from every room on the west side of the home, including a wall of sliding glass doors with access to the back porch and outdoor fire pit...

The Texas Hill Country Home

Farmers Branch

This traditional Texas Hill Country style home was built in 2010, incorporating native limestone and weathered brick accented by heavy cedar timbers.  The floor plan includes 3 bedrooms, 3 ½ baths with an upstairs loft that can also serve as an additional living space, bedroom, or media room. Well planned entertaining areas...

 

The Martin Home

Plano

This beautiful 3,000 square foot home was built in 1987 by James Sterry Custom Homes. The Martins purchased the home in 2008 and at the time, the home had never been remodeled. There have since been many updates made throughout the home, fabulous plantation shutters throughout the entire home, beautiful 3 1/4 inch walnut hardwood floors and more! Most recently,

The Pumpkin Patch Carrollton

This beautiful 2,500+ square foot home was originally built in 1985 and was rescued and fully remodeled in 2003 by the current homeowners.  The home features four bedrooms, three full baths, a wet bar and fireplace as well as beautiful crown molding and spotless hardwood flooring throughout the home...