This brand new home by Davey McEathron Architecture and Urban ATX has been on the market since November but somehow slipped under our radar. As with all things McEathron (so far), it’s clean, light, and not without surprises, making fun and inventive use of challenging spaces.
The two-story home is clad in some sexy, dark brick, wood, and stucco but boasts tall ceilings and plenty of natural light inside. Measuring 3,019 square feet, it has four bedrooms, three full bathrooms, and two powder rooms. The chef’s kitchen has custom walnut cabinets, high-end appliances, and a wine column (naturally). The main-floor master is equally indulgent, with soaking tub and a walk-in shower behind a Carrara marble privacy wall, as well as a huge closet.
There’s also an enclosed courtyard with a wooden deck, a heated pool, and an outdoor kitchen. The listing for 310 West Monroe Street is held by Christopher Affinito of Spyglass Realty.