It might need a little love and TLC, but the three-bedroom, two-and-a-half-bath contemporary home at 5320 Quail Run St. in Fort Worth was made for turning heads. Perhaps the best part: You can live surrounded by beautiful foliage and greenery without ever having to mow.
Let’s start with the location. Quail Run is a gem of a street, completely surrounded by trees and lined with unique homes perfectly positioned between two desirable neighborhoods. This quiet cul-de-sac sits between esteemed neighborhoods with River Crest to the east and Westover Hills to the west.
The 3,765-square-foot home was designed by renowned Fort Worth architecture firm Komatsu, the same team behind such famous works as the Japanese Garden at the Fort Worth Botanic Garden and St. Stephen Presbyterian Cathedral.
The funky green facade of the home blends with the surrounding flora as you walk up a cobblestone path. A dramatic entry welcomes visitors with a mirrored ceiling and statement chandelier.
This home’s massive living space is the true star, with a wall of windows that create a treehouse effect. The large living space can be used in various ways: divided into multiple living areas, dining rooms, breakfast nooks, and other imaginative spaces.
The kitchen is built for efficiency as almost everything comes in doubles, including two Sub-Zero refrigerators, two Asko dishwashers, and two ovens. Another wall of windows allows you to cook with a view.
The huge master suite on the first floor maintains the home’s breathtaking views. The master bathroom really takes things up a notch with luxuries like heated floors and a claw-foot tub with gold-plated feet.
5320 Quail Run also has multiple unique outdoor spaces on the nearly one-acre lot, including a creek, upper deck, lower deck, and patio. This property is ready for entertaining too, with a mosquito misting system, tree lights, shaded walkways, and a patio that comes with a propane grill.
What’s the price for all this lush luxury? A recently reduced $649,000, listed by Joan Trew of Williams Trew.