Shay Geyer has long been a familiar face in Dallas. When she isn't busy acting as partner and designer at her family furniture store (IBB Design), she is tearing up the Dallas social scene as an event chair and cause advocate for various philanthropic endeavors.
We've long known about Geyer's impeccable interior design skills (we featured her stylish home office a couple years back), but when her fabulous Frisco home hit the market this week, our jaws hit the floor.
This 5,267-square-foot home in Starwood Village, located at 5504 Burkett Dr., features five bedrooms and seven bathrooms (five full, two half) that all benefit from Geyer's glamorous touch. The downstairs features multiple sitting areas, the handsome home office, and an updated kitchen featuring Sub-Zero appliances and an icemaker. There is also a guest bedroom on the first floor.
Head upstairs and you'll find the rest of the bedrooms, each with a private bathroom. The impressive master suite is a dream, featuring a custom-designed closet and a luxurious bathroom. Marley floors line the game room, which makes it an ideal space for working out. A large media room complete with its own bar is also a big hit for entertaining.
The true gem of this property is the backyard entertaining area that was added by the Geyer family, featuring a fireplace, cooking center, pool, play yard, and even a mosquito system. The play yard is constructed with artificial turf, which makes for easy maintenance and a handsome aesthetic.
"The Starwood neighborhood is one of the few guarded, gated communities in Frisco," listing agent Pam Harvey says. "It offers a community pool, fitness center, tennis courts, and jogging trails. It is very family oriented and social."
With the Dallas Cowboys making their mark in the Frisco community, a home in the Starwood neighborhood is bound to become more and more valuable by the month. You can scoop this house up now, though, for $1,250,000.
"The 6 billion-dollar mile is being constructed, where the new Dallas Cowboy facility will be, less than two miles away from the neighborhood," Harvey says. "There are already wonderful shopping centers and restaurants in Frisco, but there will be even more in this location."