This week, it’s a roundup of Sebastian homes currently for sale.
Sprawling across south central Texas’ Washington on the Brazos region, Brazos Ranch offers spectacular views and boasts multiple lakes, several water wells, and one mile of frontage on the Brazos River.
“Built by John Sebastian in 2009–2011 and designed by Chris Carson of Ford, Powell & Carson, this home is a perfect blend of Southwestern and California ranch architectural style with phenomenal attention to details and finishes,” according to property website Land.com.
Strait Lane is your chance to own a home with true architectural gravitas. The New York Times feature begins, “In the 1960s, Philip Johnson designed a trophy house that evoked de Chirico by way of Dallas high society. More than four decades later, it has been meticulously restored, with a luxurious new landscape.”
Sublimely updated by Bodron + Fruit, with construction by Sebastian, Strait Lane remains a Dallas landmark.
The Euclid residence, designed by Robbie Fusch of Fusch Architects, is a study in luxurious amenities. Real estate blog, Candy’s Dirt, gushes as it catalogs this homes high end features:
“It is truly a work of art. The home includes three rich living areas, three full stories serviced by a commercial elevator, a wine grotto with tasting area, a safe room, rich wood paneled library/office with built-in computer station and coffered ceiling.”