Stunning 1938 home was completely taken down to the studs and remodeled by Rick Yuill. Designed by well-known Fort Worth Architect Weldon Turner. Situated on over half an acre on one of Fort Worth's most premier streets. Close to TCU and Colonial Country Club. Attention to every detail, Ludowici tile roof, Light Touch lighting system, "Slump" glass windows, all stone and handcut limestone around pool. The guest suite or office on lower level with full bath, ideal location for wine room in basement. Fabulous master suite on the first floor with His 'n Hers baths separated by shower. Master bedroom overlooks private courtyard with fountain. High ceilings with wood beams. All steel windows. Kitchen is a gourmets dream with Wolf gas commercial cooktop, Miele coffee maker, dishwasher, Sub-Zero refrigerator, butler's pantry with wine refrigerator, dumb waiter from lower level. Outdoor kitchen just off the butler's pantry ideally situated for entertaining. Many special features include 5-stage water filtration system, amazing storage throughout house. Lower level has entire store room for china, holiday decorations etc. Limestone fireplace in living area, reclaimed white oak floors, TV cabinet in lower suite stays, Ann Sacks tile, white washed wood ceilings, Control4 System. This house has it all. Beautiful setting with mature tree. Not many like this are in Fort Worth.