Critically lauded and professionally awarded, 4608 Meadowood Road is a house of a lifetime.
Commissioned by art collectors from the celebrated architect Edward Larrabee Barnes — designer of the Dallas Museum of Art — it is a spectacular and unrepeatable residence. It is a family home, a showcase for art, and a transformative setting for enlightened living. Its four main towers are set into a gentle hillside, seemingly separate when glimpsed from the road but wholly connected across the back, where walls of glass blur the lines between house and grounds. At nearly 11,000 square feet, it features five bedrooms, five full baths, a chef’s kitchen, an art gallery, and a guest suite. The master retreat is a world unto itself, with an office, gym, large bedroom, and a large marble bath. The nearly 4-acre lot is a work of art, too, with native Texas plantings, cedar elm trees and three bridges over a sparkling creek.