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See a Dallas 1980′s home updated with a Los Angeles designer’s touch

See a Dallas 1980′s home updated with a Los Angeles designer’s touch

What do you get when you combine a 1980s home designed by a noted Dallas architect with a recent revamp by a Los Angeles-based design firm? You get this North Dallas home that couples classic design details with modern updates. The home was originally designed by architect Bill Booziotis and built in 1986. In 2017, the home was extensively renovated.

The 6,022-square-foot home has traditional touches like decorative wood paneling and modern elements like the sleek design of the kitchen (sourced from an Italian brand). Listing agent Ryan Streiff of Dave Perry-Miller Real Estate said the sellers’ renovation kept the home’s original, classic design but offers more modern room proportions and ceiling heights.

“They took a house that had great bones and a timeless drive up and a great setting and then took the interiors to another level with an LA-based design firm,” Streiff said.

The home is on a cul-de-sac in the Williamsburg Estates neighborhood near Preston Road and Spring Valley Road. The property is 1.1 acres and has a saltwater pool and outdoor entertaining space in the backyard.

1/11Take a look at the home at 6210 Raintree Court in Dallas.(Houston Brown Photography)

The patterned marble floor in the foyer gives a luxe feel at the entrance of the home. The foyer has tall ceilings and a winding staircase on one end leads to the second level. A living room is next to the foyer and has an open-concept design that flows into the family room and dining room. This open-concept space has patterned wood floors, paneling along the walls and French doors that bring in light and offer access to the outdoor spaces. Another living area has black and white patterned flooring, a fireplace and French doors that access the back patio.

The kitchen, with its sleek and modern design, is close to the dining area. The kitchen and adjacent breakfast room both have views of the backyard. Multiple sets of French doors provide entry to the back patio for an easy indoor-outdoor flow when entertaining. The kitchen has a coffee bar, Miele appliances and countertop seating at the island.

The primary suite and two bedrooms are on the first level of the home. Set in its own wing, the primary bedroom is toward the front of the house and has enough space for its own sitting area. The black-and-white design motif continues into the primary bathroom, which has marble accents, a freestanding bathtub, a double shower and two sinks. The two other downstairs bedrooms have en suite bathrooms, and one bedroom could function as an office.

The home has a utility room, a one-car garage, a butler’s pantry and a half-bathroom on the first level. Upstairs, two more bedrooms have en suite bathrooms, and there is also a living area that could be used as an additional bedroom.

The home at 6210 Raintree Court is listed for $3,249,000.

This is part of our Posh Properties series, providing a glimpse inside nice homes in North Texas for those who love to look at houses. It is not paid for or presented by area real estate agents or companies.

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