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Keller New Construction - Open Sunday 1:00 to 6:00pm - $564,990

Brand New and Ultra Plush Home with many custom touches in Sparkling New Neighborhood.  Gorgeous Four Bedroom (5th or 6th bedrooms optional) Four and one-half bath (optional Five and one-half or Six Baths) Children's Retreat, Formal Living and Dining, Study, optional Media Room, optional Outdoor Living Area, and so much more.

Enter through the Covered Front Porch to the Two-Story Ceramic-Tiled Foyer... which opens to a Formal Living Room on the Left and a Formal Dining Room on the Right.  The Huge Entry Foyer opens to the Welcoming Hall.

                           

The Gourmet Kitchen has an Island, Exceptional Quality Cupboards, a Wrap-Around Breakfast/Serving Bar and Counter Area, and opens to the Sunroom and Morning Room.

An oversized Covered Rear Porch is off the Morning Room. The Downstairs Master Suite Owner's Retreat has an Attached Study.  The Master Bath has a corner garden tub and an oversized stall shower, twin vanities, and a very large walk-in closet.

An open curved stairway leads to the upper level with three additional bedrooms (all with walk-inclosets), a separate Children's Retreat, a Loft, and a separate Computer/Gaming Desk area with its own walk-in storage area.  Come be Amazed.

Come to The Open House:  In Keller, from Rt 1709, take Keller-Smithfield north one-quarter mile, entrance to neighborhood is on the right.  For your own personal tour of this lovely home, please call the New Home Hotline at (817) 929-3400.  If you visit the open house, please ask for Scott Braden.

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To see this home, and many others, please visit Karen Anne Stone's website at www.newhomehuntersdfw.com .  Karen Anne can also be reached at (817) 929-3400. Her email is KarenAnneStone@gmail.com .

Comment balloon 9 commentsKaren Anne Stone • January 11 2008 07:21PM

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Karen Anne:  Beee-You-Tee-Full listing!!!  Wow.... here you would need another zero (0) at the end of that list price!  I cannot believe you can buy that much house in TX under $600k.  wow!
Posted by Jan Evett, Broker Associate, 20 years+ in real estate (The Premier Property Group LLC) over 10 years ago
Hi Jan:  Would this home really sell for five and one-half million dollars in your market ?  That price is as hard for me to believe as my price is for you to believe.  And... I can actually hear you pronouncing Bee-You-Tee-Full.  So soft, so melodious, do delicate.  Were you a professional singer at one time ?  Be well... take care...
Posted by Karen Anne Stone, Fort Worth Real Estate (New Home Hunters of Fort Worth and Tarrant County) over 10 years ago

Karen Anne: 

You must tell me HOW you can hear the sound of everyone's voice on AR!  I CANNOT FIND that button!  You can hear Bukaty ... and now me!!!  I can't hear anyone's voice... and I so want to hear Bukaty's because I have been told that her voice is as beautiful as her writing is wonderful... and it is!  I think her profile pic is nice, too. ... back to that hearing the sound of her (my) voice thing... PLEEEZEEE tell me how you do it! 

I do love to sing! haha ... you are very good.

And if that house happened to be on deep water, beach front, or on the IntraCoastal Waterway... yes! it would be $5.5MILLION here... really! I can send you comps!

Posted by Jan Evett, Broker Associate, 20 years+ in real estate (The Premier Property Group LLC) over 10 years ago

OK Jan:  Here it comes.  If you are familiar with a "personality inventory" called the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator, I usually test out as an INFP.  The I is for introvert, the N is for intuitive, the F is for feeling and the P is for perceptive.  My Introvert-Extrovert usually ranges towards the middle... but usually more Introvert than Extrovert... although my introvert is natural, and much of my extrovert is learned or acquired. 

On the Intuitive-Sensing scale, I pretty much "pin" the intuitive side of the inventory.  Usually up around the 90 to 95% scale.  So... I have pretty good intuition.  The next pair, the Feeling-Thinking scale, which has to do with how you make decisions, I again pretty much pin the meter on the feeling side... about 95% of the time.  And last, on the Perceiving-Judging scale, I am somewhere in the middle, usually more on the perceiving side, and less on the judging side.  So, MBTI-wise... that makes me an INFP.

Are you sorry you asked yet ?  LOL.

So... with the I and the P so off the deep end so to speak, sometimes when I am reading something someone wrote, I can sometimes "hear" or "sense" or "feel" what they are saying... sometimes better than they can.  It is not something I do on purpose, or even try to do.  Sometimes I try to get away from it, but I just cannot.  Bottom line... I just test out as being intuitive and perceptive.  They are not scientific qualities that one can measure, by any means.  And, sometimes when I think I am intuiting or perceiving something, I am all wet and off base.  So, I guess I really have no idea whatsoever what I am talking about... LOL.  But, that's the best I can do.

OK... time for you to call the guys in the white coats to come and get me.  At least I'll have some peace and quiet, and will be able to take more naps.  Take care... be well...

Posted by Karen Anne Stone, Fort Worth Real Estate (New Home Hunters of Fort Worth and Tarrant County) over 10 years ago
I don't know MBTI, but I love neurolinguistics and personality testing.  I will google it... I would love to see where I fall.  I can tell you I have left the introvert behind somewhere... although I often prefer to be alone to write.  Sometimes I wish I could take a year off just to hide out and write... then I start seeking out other people, whether on AR or in "real" time! I'll talk to anyone, so I'm an E.  I must have some N, because I often know what's happening on a deeper level when others don't have a clue.  I'm all about feelings... if the opposite of that is factual... decisions always made from the heart.... the head surrenders.  I think I'm perceptive, but sometimes I can be blindsided... never saw that one coming.  Judging, not me either.  Maybe the guys in white coats can put us in the same room and we can talk about it... they better give us our own laptops so we can keep up with AR!! 
Posted by Jan Evett, Broker Associate, 20 years+ in real estate (The Premier Property Group LLC) over 10 years ago

Wow, that looks beautiful.  Good luck!

Chris

Posted by Chris Fisher (Your Virtual Assistant) over 10 years ago
Hi Chris:  It's a great house.  We will see if there is any activity tomorrow.  Hope things with you and Rhiannon are going well.  Take care...
Posted by Karen Anne Stone, Fort Worth Real Estate (New Home Hunters of Fort Worth and Tarrant County) over 10 years ago
Karen - May the perfect buyer find your listing and buy it. Georgeous home.
Posted by Judy Tuscano, NH Real Estate Professional (Prudential Verani Realty) over 10 years ago
Hi Judy:  I have a feeling there just might be several perfect buyers for this gorgeous home.  Thanks for your kind comment.  Take care... stay warm...
Posted by Karen Anne Stone, Fort Worth Real Estate (New Home Hunters of Fort Worth and Tarrant County) over 10 years ago

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