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House Tour: Sophisticated Texas residence with stylish design elements

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A transitional modern residence designed by Stocker Hoesterey Montenegro Architects is located in University Park, an inner northern suburb of Dallas, Texas. This home is created with a sleek European sophistication that blends into the tree-filled neighborhood. The architects were able to open the house to the exterior and create privacy while allowing light to permeate the contemporary home. Overall, this dwelling encompasses 6,857 square feet of living space with four bedrooms and four-and-a-half bathrooms. Above: The exterior wood siding is tongue and groove fir with a custom stain. 

Project Team: Architects: Stocker Hoesterey Montenegro Architects / Interior Design: Neal Stewart Designs, Builder: Coats Homes

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Above: The entryway is a custom steel door by Santiago Iron Works. Similar light fixtures in the entryway can be found at YLighting.

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What We Love: This gorgeous residence features several fantastic details throughout, where function and style collide. Along with smart storage solutions for family living, this home boasts beautiful furnishings, fixtures and accessories. The wood flooring adds warmth into this modern home. An abundance of windows helps to keep living spaces feeling bright and airy… Readers, please tell us what details you find appealing in this home and why in the Comments below!

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Above: The flooring throughout is white oak hardwood with a smooth finish and a custom water-based finish. It is the Provenza Castle Grey 632 from the Old World Collection, sourced from BC Flooring.

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Above: The main windows with four columns of panes are 65″ by 120″ and the window with three columns of panes are 48.25″ by 120″ both with 1-1/8″ SDL.

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Above: A walk-in wine cellar takes full advantage of the underutilized space under the staircase. The unit is a built-in integrated wine storage unit from Sub-Zero with a panel door. Companies the architect works with for custom doors are: Bee Builders Supply, Inc, BMC Select, Davis-Hawn Millwork, and Wilson Plywood. Cooling for this space is just A/C with floor vent seen in the bottom left corner of the picture. 

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Above: In the master bathroom, the custom cabinetry is by Douglas Cabinetry with a custom stain.

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Photos: Courtesy of Coats Homes

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