The Dallas Builders Association’s Home of the Week is mid-century modern design at 9026 Groveland. Located in the Little Forest Hills neighborhood, this 2,950 square foot one-story home features four bedrooms and 3 Â½ baths. It is on the corner of Casa Linda Park and close to White Rock Lake and the Dallas Arboretum.
The house was designed by Modern Design Brothers, who executed architect Charlie Bobo’s vision to perfection, according to a company spokesperson.
A prominent angular roof and open plan layout with expansive glass walls are some of the key features. The common areas are where you can see the full extent of the architectural style of the house. The kitchen, dining room and living room converge in an open concept that embraces and invites the outdoors in, the spokesperson said. A 13-foot wall along the patio with tall sliding doors, seamless transoms, no visible lintels, and an 8-foot overhang with a Douglas Fir finish erase the divide between interior and exterior.
Subtle elements such as wall-to-wall skylights and floor-to-ceiling windows, strategically placed in front of the trees, provide natural light and privacy for the future owner, reinforcing the home’s simple but functional architecture, the spokesperson said. .
Additional features include custom built cupboards, high end cabinetry, and a well-designed kitchen with quartz countertops, gas stove, wine fridge, and a 10 x 5 foot island with waterfall finish sides.
Visit moderndesignbrothers.com for more information.
This house of the week is presented by the Dallas Builders Association. For more information on the association, visit www.dallasbuilders.com.