Amazing? Beautiful? Incredible? Stunning? Jaw-Dropping? I’ve run through the gamut of adjectives trying to describe 5625 Netherland Court, an unbelievable listing from the one and only Kari Schlegel, and yet every one of them falls short.
Is this love, that I’m feeling?
This five-bedroom home screams “ART COLLECTOR!” with a gallery hallway just off the foyer that feels like a museum. It flows easily to the living area, which feels like a palace with incredibly lofty ceilings and an amazing fireplace. From there, the dining area splinters off, and it is also an amazing place to hang your prized works.
A lot of the light in this home filters in through amazing glass doors framed with iron. They give the house a conservatory-like feel. Though this house is full of sleek stone and brick, it still manages to feel light and airy, no small feet for a 9,733-square-foot home!
My favorite part about this home, however, is the kitchen. The ceiling, with the brick patterning, and the gorgeous green cabinets make this huge chef’s kitchen feel as cozy as one half the size. The commercial-grade appliances — three ovens, two refrigerators, two dishwashers, and a warming drawer — are just what you’d expect for a palatial home priced at $3.999 million.
Second favorite room? The wet bar. That counts as a room, right? I know the temperature controlled wine storage counts as a room for sure, and I could easily see myself spending quite a bit of time in there.
The master suite is so lovely? chic? It’s perfect, I’ll say. Huge, but not imposing, you can go to sleep every night feeling like you live in a five-star hotel. The master bath has one of the most complicated-looking showers I have ever seen. I would likely find some way to utterly screw it up, but still, I am impressed.
There are just too many beautiful pictures to put them all here, so I’ll leave you with a photo of the beautiful loggia and outdoor kitchen. Perfect for entertaining. Ugh. Love.
— Daily Local Real Estate Dish By Dallas Real Estate Insider — Candy Evans at CandysDirt.com