Take a look at a California modern home in Dallas’ Briarwood neighborhood

Pat J. Fraley

California is coming to Texas, and we don’t just mean the hundreds of thousands who have moved from the West Coast to the Lone Star State.

Here, it’s all about the coastal design of this new build in Dallas’ Briarwood neighborhood.

Built 2019 by Olerio Homes, the 4,417-square-foot home has marble and warm wood tones throughout, and an abundance of windows. With four bedrooms, four bathrooms and one half-bath, there’s plenty of room for family life.

Listing agent Jessica Koltun of Jessica Koltun Home said the home offers “modern, easy, comfortable living.”

The primary suite is situated on the first level, with a marble-covered bathroom with dual vanities, a separate tub and shower and plenty of natural light. There’s a laundry room attached to the primary suite closet, too.

In addition to the primary suite, the first level houses the home’s main living areas, including a formal dining room, kitchen and family room that are an open-concept design, and a study. The ceilings on the first level are taller than average at 11 feet, Koltun said.

“There’s a lot of windows around the entire house, but it still feels really private,” Koltun said.

On the second level, there are three additional bedrooms — all with en suite bathrooms — and a game room.

Outside, there’s a covered patio in the backyard. The home also has an attached two-car garage.

The home at 4628 Stanford Ave. is listed for $1,595,000. As of Tuesday, the home is under contract.

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