Award-Winning Modern Design in Old Highland Park
July 25th, 2013 | by The Update
Old Highland Park meets sleek new design in this award-winning modern home at 3601 Euclid Avenue. Just steps from the Katy Trail and within the Highland Park Independent School District, this home boasts five bedrooms and six and a half-baths with architectural significance at every turn.
Renovated by Brown Architects from its original 1967 design, this home has been seamlessly expanded and enhanced with top-of-the-line and energy-efficient materials, including LEED qualities integrated into the construction and design. This home also boasts the first residential green roof in Dallas. Three ARC awards have been given for this home’s fantastic design concept.
Once inside the 7,200 square-foot home, a dramatic entry sets the tone with a floating staircase as the fascinating focal point, while bamboo hardwoods warm the space. A gorgeous Poliform kitchen features double ovens, two Bosch dishwashers, and an adjacent chilled wine room. The kitchen opens up to the den, where walls of glass overlook a glistening pool and large backyard. Living and dining areas are understatedly elegant with a gorgeous marble fireplace gracing the dining room.
The main floor master suite features soaring ceilings and windows with beautiful natural light, fresh, clean lines and gleaming hardwood floors. The master also offers his and hers bathrooms as well as dressing areas and closets with exceptional stone, tile and glass finishes.
Upstairs, four bedrooms and a game room are connected by a glass bridge walkway floating between the spaces. A three-car garage offers plenty of storage. With museum grade display walls, this home is perfect for the art patron or entertainer. Nestled on a beautifully treed .47 acre lot only blocks from Knox Street shopping and dining, this modern home is a rare gem.