This three-bedroom, three-bathroom condo has a luxury finish and warm, inviting details throughout. As part of the Residences at the Stoneleigh, this unit was built from scratch. It was a simple box when the owners bought it, and it was custom-designed by Gonzalo Bueno.
Listing agent Christopher McGuire said the unit would be well-suited for a secondary residence, or someone looking to downsize.
“You’re basically buying an amazing piece of art,” McGuire said of the unit and Bueno’s design. “It just exudes luxury.”
The home has the amenities of high-rise living, with a valet and concierge service, private dining rooms and a catering kitchen, a heated pool and spa, a gym, sauna and steam room. Residents can even order room service from The Stoneleigh to their personal rooms, according to the building’s website.
At 3,245 square feet, the home features an open floor plan in the living room, kitchen and dining room. Sliding doors expand that living space onto the covered terrace, which provides an indoor-outdoor living option when Texas weather permits.
The interior of the home is full of rich wood tones, with wood paneling along the walls and statement materials like the honed black granite kitchen island. Coupled with the abundant natural light in the unit, the design is a balance of neutral tones and earthy accents.
The open floor plan of the kitchen, living room and dining room also makes space for a separate bar area that is set off into a nook on one side, adjacent to windows that overlook the Dallas skyline and surrounding areas. The bar has a sink, wine storage, shelves and cabinets.
The kitchen, which centers around a black granite island, is sleek with custom Eggersmann cabinets (a German kitchen brand with initiatives toward sustainability) and Gaggenau appliances.
The living room and dining room are spacious enough to accommodate a table that seats eight, a seating area, a large sectional and a full piano. To one side of the living room, next to the seating area, the sliding doors provide access to the terrace, which has room for a sitting and dining area.
The primary suite has its own private patio. It also has a bathroom with dual sinks, a large bathtub and a separate shower. The primary suite’s design features a combination of rich wood and cool gray tones.
The second bedroom is spacious enough to fit two beds and has its own en suite bathroom. McGuire said the third bedroom, which is off on its own section of the unit, can act as guest quarters because it can be closed off to offer privacy.
The home at 2300 Wolf St., Unit 7B, is listed for $4.45 million by Christopher McGuire and Jackie McGuire of Compass. For a virtual tour of the property, visit the listing online.