Get a front row seat to Canyon Creek Country Club’s renovation with this golf course home
In Richardson, there is a small selection of beautiful custom homes on large lots. Canyon Creek is a highly desirable area, and always has been. But lately, it has been getting a lot of buzz.
Maybe it’s related to the multi-million-dollar renovation ClubCorp is planning for Canyon Creek Country Club. It is scheduled to be implemented in phases throughout 2024, and it will be amazing. They’re updating everything from the clubhouse to the holes, adding all-new Ultra Dwarf Bermuda grass, and reshaping the trees to showcase Prairie Creek’s stunning setting. The amenities are great and like I just said, they’re about to be even more so.
The other thing about Canyon Creek is that there is nothing else like it near Dallas. Yes, there’s Bent Tree and Prestonwood, but it’s the neighborhood that sets it apart. The houses are now slightly apart, and there is an airy air about them. More breathing space between you and your neighbors.
As for the architectural styles, they are as diverse as the golf scores. compass’ Christy Perry He loves Canyon Creek. I have helped clients find premium lots with homes completely remodeled after purchase, and have helped clients discover their elusive mid-century dream. There’s a little bit of everything there.
Canyon Creek home with thoughtful details
Briggs Freeman Sotheby’s International Laura Kroll And Gavin Smith I love him too. Especially their menu at 3202 Canyon Creek. It is located on the golf course and overlooks the green grounds. It is a sought-after single story that has been impeccably designed and maintained. A grinder is revealed with a single deep groove at the top. Seems like a strange thing to drive with, doesn’t it? But when you see Which The level of thought and care boils down to one simple detail, you know you are inside an exceptional home.
As for the thoughtful details, this is just the beginning.
The kitchen is gorgeous with elegant solid maple cabinets topped with imported Italian Costa Esmeralda granite. Miele devices. What could they be? It really is the best from in to out. The floors and trim are hard maple as well. Toe kicks, bookcases and shadow boxes all feature cleverly hidden LED lighting to create enough light to set the scene.
In the great room, perfectly placed floor-to-ceiling windows provide sweeping views of the golf course, oak and pecan canyons. It’s those panoramic views that make this house appear larger than it actually is. Not to mention the evening sunsets that will stun your Instagram bout for a bump.
The monochromatic paint scheme makes this home look like a chameleon. A place where your art and furnishings can set the tone. Want to go modern? Take your time. Want to head down a more traditional route? This works too. It’s a solid, well-designed home with an easy layout, and everything makes sense. And with all the custom details and touches in literally every room, your furniture has never been so good.
High technology upgrades
One last thing – mechanical systems. (This is where the engineers come into play.) Many new items have been added to each of them.
Here’s a quick list of what was done: New plumbing and electrical, new Lennox HVAC system, addition of two Navien tankless water heaters, a SPARK gas linear fireplace, Pentair Everpure drinking water and filtration system, the entire house is connected to the Internet and the great room is wired for surround sound.
Above all else, let’s not forget the best site ever. This home is centrally located in Richardson, right on Canyon Creek Golf Course which is undergoing its largest renovation. Now is a good time to get this product before prices rise higher than the price of your drive from the first tee.
Kroll and Smith own 3202 Canyon Creek listed for $1.459 million. It has literally come to MLS and they are hosting a broker open house on Tuesday, September 26th from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.