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Charming Monticello home marries modern updates with original appeal
Location is everything, which is part of what makes this Monticello house so appealing. Built in 1940, the traditional home at 3524 Dorothy Lane North sits across the street from Monticello Park in one of Fort Worth's most charming neighborhoods.
Recently reduced to $1,099,000 and represented by Joseph Berkes with Williams Trew, the house offers four bedrooms, 3,711 square feet, and tons of gorgeous renovations.
The home boasts a showstopping kitchen that would be easy to fall in love with. Bright and welcoming, the kitchen is open and features marble counters, white subway tile, stainless steel appliances, a walk-in pantry, and a huge center island that doubles as an eat-in bar.
Hardwood floors lead to both formal living and dining areas, as well as an additional study space. A wood-burning fireplace also has a gas starter, marrying the best of both options for a roaring fire. Lined with windows, the den accommodates a large seating area and has a fully functional wet bar. There is also an outdoor kitchen, ideal for entertaining.
The master suite has an impressive custom walk-in closet and spacious bathroom with floor-to-ceiling marble tile, a tub, and a glass-enclosed shower. There are two more full bathrooms and one half-bath,
Set in a prime location, the property is steps away from lush green spaces, a playground, and tennis courts, and is just minutes from Trinity Trails and Fort Worth Cultural District.