Some of the décor in this Stone Oak-area home screams that it was built in 1996, but an owner with an interest in collecting gave the property plenty of unique touches that make it anything but a cookie cutter McMansion.
For one, a breezeway features an image of the Virgen de Guadalupe in hand-painted Mexican tile. That theme of hand-painted Mexican and Saltillo tiles continues into an indoor courtyard and adjacent game room.
Beyond that, the family room features a fireplace from Ireland and an 1834 cast-iron mantle from Belford, England, and an indoor fountain livens up one of the home's five living areas.
Brass light fixtures from the late 1800s are also located throughout the house, including on both sides of its entrance hall. According to the listing agent, the fixtures were found in the bell tower of the owners' hometown church in Pennsylvania. A reclaimed stained-glass door in the dining area also came from that same church.
The $850,000 property features four bedrooms and four and a half baths as well as large outdoor areas including a veranda and a large back patio.
This home is listed by Reagan Williamson
and Veronica Bayer
with Kuper Sotheby’s International Realty.
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