The 6,022-square-foot home from Dallas architect Bill Booziotis has traditional touches, as well.
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.