This post is brought to you by John Burgdorf from North Texas Luxury.

Wow, what an amazing layout to such an incredible build in the city of Flower Mound. Flower Mound is known for such homes, and this one is no short of perfect for this community. This incredible French paradise, located at 2005 Bayshore Drive, certainly lives up to its “Flower Mound” standards.

Situated in the famous subdivision The Landing, privacy is one big plus. Placed near the road, a short, wooded driveway winds in front of the estate and then on through the porte cochere. The porte cochere gives way to a 6 car garage and of course, one car can be squeezed under the porte cochere if needed. The home, calmly built among small trees and green landscapes, enjoys a long layout with serene presence. The panoramic portrait of the home below shows its stunning features. The stone exterior hints a French tone with turrets and French inspirations seen throughout the designs. The back surroundings of the home emcompass a rock lined pool with green fields full of play space in the back wooded lot. As stated earlier, a gated porte cochere veers into a motor court with a 6 car garage. Other outdoor amenities include a tennis court and lounge loggia with outdoor fireplace.

The main features of the estate include 6 bedrooms and 5 bathrooms. It totals 8,998 sq. feet and 2 acres. The exquisite interior includes a variety of styles. Beam-lined ceilings and wood trimmings are affluent throughout the home. A total of 2 spiral staircases are situated in the back and front. Multiple lounge areas and living rooms are also spread out across the interior. Other indoor amenities include an office, dining room, multiple kitchens, homely main living area, exercise room, and a media room.

As you can tell by some of the pictures below and on the listing, this estate looks even better when decorated for Christmas!

The home is listed for $3,500,000.

CLICK HERE FOR THE LISTING

  • Daniel

    Wow! I LOVE the Christmas spirit the owner’s have. I wish I could afford a tree in almost every room in my home. Maybe next year…

    The house itself ain’t so spectacular. A little too grandparents-ish for me. The price doesn’t seem too horrible.




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  • TeeJ

    The link won’t work..




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    • Kenny Forder

      whoops, sorry haha.




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  • TeeJ

    Thank you, love this house!




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    • George

      Great house, look at 6100 Seascape, it is the Man Cave to trump all Man Caves.




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  • Grrrowler

    I like the front facade, but that’s about it. I like some of the details on the inside, such as the ceiling trusses and built-ins in some rooms, but overall I don’t like it. That beige paint technique on a lot of the walls and ceilings in the public rooms just looks weird.




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  • Kieran

    Lol you would never find anything like this in France!
    I love that bathroom!!! Beautiful




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  • Mak

    Kenny, you really should stop identifying properties by the style you think (or some marketing person) thinks it is. This is about as french as I am (and I’m NOT french).




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    • Kenny Forder

      Okay, I’ll try not to do that anymore.




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      • George

        Kenny I’ve had dirrect dealings with the listing agent. The truth has never, and will never pass through her lips. She refers to everything in terms to add value in order to inflate the price.




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  • John Burgdorf (North Texas Luxury)

    It’s more French than English, Mak




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    • Mak

      Which is to say neither label fits.




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  • Brijbhushan Bhattadri

    Without assigning any labels to it, I like how this house looks. And, as has been posted, the Christmas decorations are a very nice touch. A big thumbs up and Merry Christmas in advance to everyone! 🙂




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  • Iemand

    Wow, that’s some serious christmas decorating. But I actually like it. Some of the windows don’t match with the other (for instance the ones in photo #2) and some other minor things. I love the office and the garage(area)




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