This newly built Mediterranean estate is located at 2917 Belclaire Drive in a gated community in Frisco, TX. It was built by Chapman Custom Homes and is situated on 0.83 acres of land. It boasts 10,349 square feet of living space with 5 bedrooms, 6 full and 3 half bathrooms, large courtyard with garden, formal living and dining rooms, gourmet kitchen with vaulted beam ceiling, 2-story great room, family room, library,  full catering kitchen, gym, home theater, wine grotto, bar, patio and more. It is listed at $3,990,000.

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  • Bryan in CLT

    This really appeals to me…the stone and woodwork gives it a warm feel (to me at least). I especially like how you walk into a courtyard well into the house before you reach the front door. I was thinking a dinky tub for a $4M home seeing picture 9 of the listing, but then picture 25 you see the larger tub you’d expect. A friend had a sunken tub just like that and there ~3 year-old wandered towards it just once and they tore it out saying with toddlers they felt it was too much of a risk.




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  • Grrrowler

    This looks like a decent house. I definitely like the courtyard as the main entrance. The upstairs terrace with the outdoor fireplace looks like a nice place to hang out. I also appreciate that the Spanish colonial theme has been taken through the entire house. Great ceilings in this house, especially in the kitchen with the open trusses. My biggest complaints are that many of the rooms look rather dark, especially the kitchen and master closet. That could just be the result of a bad photographer but that is a lot of dark wood. Like Bryan, I don’t like the sunken tub. It just doesn’t look right, plus getting in and out of one of those things is not easy.

    As for the location…ugh. The neighborhood is nowhere near central Dallas and it’s chock full of identical-looking McMansions that seem shoe horned onto their lots.




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  • Cole

    The interior is very nice. The price isn’t bad, only $400 a square foot.




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  • Daniel

    Like Grrrowler said, the homes are *extremely* close to each other, almost to where it seems like a zero-lot community (Strange because across the street it looks like they have double to space…odd easements perhaps?)

    I do like courtyard entrances, but this home doesn’t pull it off IMO. The entrance looks too small and it just seems like a citadel/fort. I do like the exterior color scheme. Inside seems a little musty…not a fan of the woods used throughout either. I do like the kitchen a lot, although the placement of the two windows make it seem a bit odd.




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    • Grrrowler

      I re-looked at the pics and you’re right about it looking like a fortress.




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  • Nalin

    its a nice house, but that really dark wood makes some parts feel like a haunted house




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