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Growing up, most of us probably had at least one friend whose house was “it” – where everybody wanted to be all the time. Spacious yet cozy, casual yet luxurious and oh-so-versatile with amenities that grown ups and kids alike appreciated. It could host book club with a guest speaker or a cocktail party for your favorite school board candidate as easily as it could accommodate eight tweens for a sleepover or the lacrosse team for an end-of-season cookout and pool party.

This 5,832-square-foot smart home at 6806 Desco Drive in the Preston Hollow Fairway is that kind of place. And Michele Balady Beach has “it” ready and waiting for $2,595,000. Intrigued? Then make sure to set a reminder for tomorrow’s open house.

“What’s not to love? Especially the amazing layout for living inside and out,” Beach said. “Create a culinary explosion in the fully equipped chef’s kitchen, pop some popcorn and watch a movie in the media room, take a Zoom call in the private office or enjoy the turfed, low-maintenance backyard and pool all summer long with family and friends. It has something for everyone.”

Built in 2005, the house features top-notch construction, ensuring both comfort and durability for the long haul. The living spaces are open and airy, with large windows and high ceilings, making the most of the natural light. 

Contributing further to its allure is the privacy afforded the downstairs primary suite and split guest room. The primary has a wall of windows overlooking the pool/spa with water feature plus a door leading to a private patio. You’re going to crave some moments of quiet reflection when all those events you’ve hosted are over and your soul needs recharging. 

Upstairs are three bedrooms, all with ensuite baths, and a game room and a media room. You know what that means? What tweens having dance parties at midnight?! You may never see your kids again except for meals. 

“This home will surely be a source of joy and relaxation for the next owner,” Beach concludes. 

6806 Desco Drive is open Sunday, March 19 from 2 to 4 p.m.

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