Most Realtors have seen their fair share of spec homes, but the house at 4013 Southwestern Boulevard stands out from the crowd. From the onyx countertops in the bathrooms and in the wet bar adjoining the study to the Visual Comfort light fixtures in polished chrome and nickel, Oxbridge Custom Homes spared no expense.
“Every agent who has been in here has said this is not the typical spec house,” said Dave Perry-Miller associate Kimberlee Gromatzky, who is marketing the property along with her daughter, Taylor Gromatzky. “They can tell that so much more money has been spent on the light fixtures and the finishes.”
Those exquisite touches are courtesy of Denise McGaha Interiors, including the soft-pewter hardwood floors and the marble tiling in the kitchen, which features a steamer on the island and phone-charging stations under the cabinets.
The house has plenty of curb appeal, yet you’d never guess from the street just how expansive it is on the inside. Besides the five bedrooms and the aforementioned study, the 6,605-square-foot house includes three living rooms, a mud room, a craft/wrapping room, a game room, and an exercise room complete with a mirrored wall.
Oxbridge owner Aaron Ipour previously specialized in Collin County. The house at 4013 Southwestern is his first foray into the Dallas luxury market, with five other University Park properties to follow.
“He entered the Park Cities in a big way,” Kim said, “and this is his statement home.”