Showcase Home: Midtown Home Offers Artful, Contemporary Accents | Home & Garden

For gorgeous luxury in the heart of downtown Tulsa, look no further than this week’s showcase home: a stunningly modern five-bedroom estate on 0.28 acres. The home was designed by renowned modern architect Brian Freese and built in 2017 by SD Austin, who filled the home with thoughtful and functional touches.

The home was designed to lend itself to natural light, allowing a beautiful glow to filter through every window in every room. This characteristic also makes the house the ideal place to raise houseplants.

Custom cabinetry (including under-cabinet lighting) fills the home, which also features a full sound system, making it a great place to entertain guests.

The kitchen and living room are delightfully open spaces. The kitchen, overlooking the living room, is filled with stainless steel Frigidaire appliances and plenty of storage, including a walk-in pantry. The living room has a full wall of teak built-in cabinets as well as a TV and gas fireplace.

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The master bedroom looks like a space you might encounter in a resort. The en-suite bathroom has a morning mini-bar, dual sinks and a walk-in shower, as well as a separate tub. Residents can also access the back patio from the bedroom. The butler’s closet contains both built-in seating and a chest of drawers.

This house is as beautiful on the outside as it is on the inside. The entrance to the front yard contains a beautiful artistic statue, allowing for a moment of peace and respite before entering the house. The rear terrace features slatted pergolas and multiple spaces for dining and gatherings. This private courtyard was made for entertaining.

For more information or to schedule a visit, contact Madeline Shields, Keller Williams Premier, 918-798-0848.

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