This New Orleans style new construction is located at 1096 Roadrunner Road in Bartonville, TX. It boasts a stunning interior with 11,466 square feet of living space with 5 bedrooms and 5 full and 4 half bathrooms. It is listed at $3,300,000. What a lovely home both inside and out!

HERE ARE THE LISTING DETAILS:

New Orleans style new construction on a cul-de-sac lot with over 5.8 wooded acres in an equestrian community. Beautiful entry accented with brick floors and a brick wall including a wood burning fireplace plus a double staircase that has stained glass windows and iron balusters. Perfect for entertaining, the formal dining room is adorned with a fireplace and a nearby butler’s room that has plenty of built-ins for storage. Step into the extra large great room that boasts wood floors, a brick wall with a wood burning fireplace, high ceilings, and 5 sets of French doors that lead to the veranda. The billiards room opens to the great room and has a wood beamed ceiling, brick walls and wet bar. The gourmet kitchen has a wood beamed ceiling, large island workstation, furniture style cabinetry and a walk-in pantry. Downstairs study displays wood floors, built-in bookcases & desk. Directly across the study is a library or it can be used as an exercise room. Master retreat has a cathedral beamed ceiling, brick floors, sitting area and spa-like bath including his & her vanities, large walk-in shower and walk-in closet with built-ins. Upstairs has plenty of entertaining spaces like the large game room that has wood floors and wood ceiling, a walk-in wet bar, and French doors that lead to an iron balcony spanning the entire back of the house. There’s also an expansive media room or multi-purpose room over the garage. Other features of this home include a metal roof, 6 car side entry garage with a workroom & walk-in storage, plus, a huge party barn! The party barn boasts 5 overhead car garages and a fully equipped upstairs guest quarters with a kitchen, living area, bedroom and bath, perfect for accommodating guests. The back yard will be lushly landscaped with plenty of patio areas to entertain, diving pool, spa, and surrounded by mature trees and gorgeous countryside. This home is still under construction. It also qualifies for a tax credit because of the geothermal system.

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  • Daniel

    Too much brick. Looks like a damn tavern.




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  • John Burgdorf (North Texas Luxury)

    I love the backyard/pool area, but the main living home and facade just don’t do anything for me.




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  • Hugh

    Not my choice in style, but it has been done very well.

    Some rooms are fantastic with the brick features, but the all brick foyer, and the kitchen/living/dining are too much brick for me.

    The front facade is much more impressive than the rear, which is a bit to convoluted.




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  • Grrrowler

    The only “New Orleans” I see on the outside are the wrought iron railings stuck on. The exterior is decidedly uninteresting. I like various parts of the interior, but taken as a whole it’s just too much. I think the brick foyer is pretty cool, but don’t like all the brick in the other rooms. The upstairs(?) bar room with the wood paneling and wood ceiling is dreary looking. The kitchen layout is nice, but the color of the cabinets is also rather dreary. The sunken pool area is nice, but the front and rear of the house look like completely different styles. That is, other than the “New Orleans” wrought iron railings on both sides.




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  • NOVA Ben

    They may be using the term “New Orleans style” liberally here, but I really really like this place. The exterior could be a little more interesting, but I actually am in love with 90% of the interior. There is a LOT of brick in there, but you know what? It works pretty well. The kitchen colors may not have been my first choice either, but it’s pretty nonetheless. I love the use of reclaimed materials here and there, like that weathered door in that one room (not sure what room it is) and the hardwood floors (at least they LOOK reclaimed). The one concern I’d have for this house in general is what the brick floors feel like to walk on barefoot or in socks…probably not too great.

    New Orleans style or not, this place is definitely dedicated to the look it’s going for, and I like that. That “party barn” structure would be a FABULOUS display showcase for a car collection, complete with vintage gas pumps and other memorabilia…or use it for parties, but really, there are dozens of ways you could use a space like that, and it doesn’t look like its presence ruins the look of the property. If for no other reason, this place is great because it strikes out on its own, it’s unique, and that’s a breath of fresh air.




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  • G

    While all the brick may look nice, having it as a flooring for your kitchen is not very practical




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    • architect 121

      we have brick flooring in our kitchen and I have never had any porblems. Granted, it may be hard to clean, I assume, but I’ve never cleaned it myself before. About the house, having grown up in The Big Easy, this isn’t very “New Orleans”. It is a pretty home, but like Grrrowler said, the only thing “New Orleans” is the wrought Iron railings. i’ve seen many touches of brick in N.O. homes, but it is usually where someone added on and left what used to be an exterior wall in brick, or when plaster has worn avay and you can see the brick underneath. I’ve never seen four walls of a room be all brick like the foyer of this home.




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  • Tay

    I actually like it, nice landscaping and pool! I do agree though, too much brick!




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  • Brijbhushan Bhattadri

    Like the house – and, considering that it is listed “Contract Pending,” someone likes it enough to vote with their wallet. 🙂 Can’t argue with that if you ask me.




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  • Matt

    the best house ever. i don’t care what anyone says!! 🙂




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