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Southlake’s New Luxury Brownstones Revealed

Dec 01, 2015 08:39AM ● Published by Dia

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Over the past seven months, despite Mother nature's frequent interventions, The Garden District development site has been bustling with activity. From foundations to framing to brickwork and beautiful facades, Southlake has eagerly watched the progress of the new Brownstone townhomes as they take shape.

With views overlooking The Garden District’s new Oval Park, these 3000+ SF homes, built by Rendition Luxury Homes, feature spacious floor plans, large private courtyards, and a vast array of options to personalize your home and indulge your passions both inside and out.

The Brownstones’ gourmet kitchens are outfitted with a top of the line Wolf 36” Dual Fuel range, Subzero integrated refrigerators, Bosch dishwashers, and an oversize 12ft island perfect for entertaining. Owners can add custom wine fridges, built-in storage solutions, and designer lighting packages to create a kitchen that is a haven for home chefs, wine lovers and entertainers alike.

To blur the line between indoors and outdoors, The Brownstones feature bi-fold doors and operable walls that connect its spacious interiors with large private courtyards. These manicured outdoor spaces can be tailored to suit the tastes of the owner, with options for an outdoor kitchen and dining area, a beautifully landscaped garden, and even a plunge pool. 

Finishing touches are being placed on The Garden District’s gorgeous new tree-lined Oval Park, directly across the street from the Meeting Street Brownstones. The Oval Park will be a perfect spot to gather with friends for a picnic or enjoy a stroll through its native Texas arboretum.

Curious to see what all of the buzz is about?

Come see The Garden District Brownstones for yourself. We are hosting a Hard Hat Construction Tour this Saturday, December 5 from 2:00pm to 5:00pm. It is an open house event, but as space is limited, we recommend emailing to reserve a spot. Tours begin every half hour, and require closed-toe shoes. Find out more on the Garden District website here 

For more information on The Garden District Brownstones or to arrange a private tour, visit to register your interest, or call 817-502-3595.

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