The exterior of Preston Hollow eludes beauty with its variable shapes and sizes of windows, pillars, arches, the stucco facade, and varying roof styles. The two-story covered entry opens into a two-story grand foyer flanked by the living and dining spaces with large decorative pillars that define the perimeters. A winding stairwell leads to the second floor of the home while hosting a wine grotto and seating underneath its base. Adjacent, through the gallery, is the kitchen with two dishwashers, built-ins, a pantry, a free-standing island and plenty of granite counter space. An eating bar separates the gourmet kitchen from the cozy breakfast room. The breakfast room is an open sunlight-filled space that accommodates both casual gatherings and dining.
A wall of floor-to-ceiling windows in the adjoining family room blurs the lines between the veranda and indoors. The family room also offers a corner fireplace, built-ins and a two-story ceiling with recessed lighting. A bar off the family room has a built-in ice maker, refrigerator and sink. Through the gallery, there is access to the side entry, three-car garage, complete with a storage area. At the rear of the home is the utility room and large family bedroom with walk-in closet and full bath. A private patio can be accessed from this bedroom and could also be a great guest room or in-law suite. Windows bring the outside in, and the two-story ceiling offers an open, inviting setting.
Through double French doors, the master suite boasts trey ceilings, a warming fireplace, luxurious master bath with his and hers vanities, a separate shower and circular garden tub, and large wardrobe with built-ins. Connected to the master bedroom, an exercise room offers ease of transition for clean after a work-out. Upstairs, two family bedrooms with trey ceilings, bathrooms, and walk-in closets share space with a game room with access to a balcony. A media space in the front with built-ins, also has a bath with a shower, a closet, allowing easy conversion into a guest suite.
There is also a hidden area in the study that could be used as a safe room. The gallery offers views of the two-story rooms down below. This outdoor space accommodates both casual mealtimes and intimate conversations. Natural flow to and from the family room and easy access to the backyard make this the perfect perch for guests, and a perfect house plan for you to take a second look at.