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Custom Fort Worth contemporary beckons buyers from behind the trees
Built in 1980, the home at 3454 Bellwood Ct. is something special. The soft contemporary, designed by architect Emory Young, demands an owner who appreciates its lush landscaping, light-filled rooms, and custom features.
Located within Fort Worth’s Overton Woods, the house is 3,507 square feet. Built-ins hold books and other treasures in the living room, which also boasts high ceilings, clerestory windows, and a fireplace. The adjacent dining room is one of two places to eat; the other’s in the kitchen. Both areas benefit from banks of windows.
Storage is not a problem in the kitchen, which has white cabinetry for days and a massive island. Switch out the countertop and appliances, and the room would feel so refreshed. More storage options fill the master bathroom, leading us to believe everything had its place for the one and only owner of this property.
All three bedrooms are massive, and a common area has room enough for two workstations. But no one wants to work with grounds like these just outside the door. There are multiple areas to entertain — some shaded, some not — plus mature trees and a calming fountain.
The house, listed with Kay Goldthwaite of Williams Trew, has been reduced from $749,000 to $725,000. The neighborhood, with a mix of old and new homes sprawled among heavily treed lots, is situated only moments from the Trinity Trails and downtown Fort Worth.