Exclusive Entertaining at The Mansion Residences
May 15th, 2015 | by Michelle
There’s nothing quite like it. The elegance, the views and the impeccable service remind you each evening why coming home to The Mansion Residences is so wonderful. Better yet, sharing an evening of entertaining with family and friends is simply a dream here. Each guest seems to be reminded at every visit how truly remarkable this 5,256 square-foot residence is. From the moment they step inside, everything about this home impresses.
The dramatic marble entry gallery lures guests from the door to the expansive living space. Walls of windows unveil stunning views of the creek, Uptown and downtown. A seamless open floor plan allows everyone to mingle with ease while taking in the art and architecture of the space. The well-appointed kitchen, breakfast and dining areas offer an ideal space for serving gourmet dishes or savoring a morning cup of coffee while taking in the views.
Should entertaining needs include a film screening, a fabulous home theater with attached bath is just down the hall.
For the wine connoisseur, an incredible custom wine room offers exceptional wine storage. Of course, should you require it, these rooms could easily be transformed to become a spacious second bedroom or handsome library.
The owner’s suite is equally as luxurious, with an elegant master bathroom featuring separate tub and shower and his and hers vanities. A private 900-square foot terrace with spa creates a master retreat unlike any other.
Combine these features with the spa, gym, pool and restaurant amenities offered via the Mansion Hotel, and it’s clear there is something truly special about this home at 2801 Turtle Creek Boulevard 3E. Listed for $3,495,000.
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