They say everything is bigger in Texas…

Five bigger and better Texas properties that will make you want to move to The Lone Star state.

Guest post by Rebecca Diehm

They say everything is bigger in Texas.  In this case, that’s the truth. Luxury living doesn’t have to be waterfront or a high rise, just ask our Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage associates in the Dallas/Fort Worth metroplex. This often overlooked region has some of the hottest properties for luxury buyers.

Imagine waking up to endless views of Texas landscapes, big open skies and starry nights. Picture stepping out to a backyard that’s the perfect combination of classic and chic, fully equipped with a private gazebo and Grecian pool. Still think Texas homes are old as dirt? We beg to differ. These little diddies have some of the most desirable and trendy features that are in high demand for luxury buyers.

Here are five bigger and better Texas properties but I warn you, you may want to move to The Lone Star state after looking at these homes.

4424 Overton

4424 Overton Crest Street, Fort Worth, TX

This 5-bedroom home is custom designed with grandeur flowing from the gorgeous main area to the five pristine bedroom suites with private full baths. The master suite boasts a secluded gallery, Jacuzzi tub and an amazing 1,100 square-foot boutique closet.

5520 Monterey

5502 Monterey Drive, Frisco, TX 75034
This luxurious 5-bedroom French estate will have you feeling like royalty. The multiple balconies overlook the beautiful grounds which feature a pool, spa, greenbelt and beautiful views of the creek.

The Lakehurst Ranch

The Lakehurst Ranch, Canton, TX 75103
This 415-acre, 4-bedroom phenomenal Gentleman’s ranch includes a 7,231 square-foot main home, caretakers home, two barns, a lake with a boat house and a total of ten ponds.

1024 Hollycreek

10264 Holly Creek Road, Poetry, TX 75160
This 4-bedroom classically designed home is situated on 8-plus acres boasting luxurious amenities throughout. The backyard features a Grecian pool, cabana, outdoor kitchen and living area, veranda with fire pit and as if that wasn’t enough, a private pond with a fountain.

6243 La Vista Drive

6243 La Vista Drive, E Dallas, TX 75214
Get swept away by this 5-bedroom estate’s majestic Tudor Manor style. The property known as the “Crown Jewel of Swiss Avenue” features a beautiful grand foyer with a sweeping staircase, etched glass windows, oak floors and ornamental architectural details.

If you have an itching for the Texas lifestyle, please visit www.cbdfw.com.

Victoria Keichinger is the Director, Brand Marketing for Coldwell Banker Real Estate. When she's not managing national media and advertising for the Coldwell Banker brand at work, she finds herself most at home in Jersey City, NJ with her pre-school crush turned spouse (and baby on the way). A true francophile, she loves to travel and will go anywhere there are ski slopes.

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