Love minimalism? Have we got the (incredibly chic) place for you.
From the clean exterior to the all-white interior, this Tyler, TX, surprises home with a flair that’s more South Beach than East Texas. The place was built in 2021.
Available for $1,550,000, the four-bedroom, 4,186-square-foot residence was built in 2021 and is nestled in the city’s desirable Barrett Heights subdivision.
The home’s open floor plan offers clean lines and an immaculate interior.
The white ceilings, walls, floors, and kitchen in this supremely modern space were designed to dazzle.
“The owners have a love for contemporary architecture, and they were really particular about every detail that went into creating the home,” says PJ Hartleywho is co-listing the property with Doug Crutcher, both of The Crutcher & Hartley Team. “They wanted everything to look really clean with the white interior. The living room also has a stunning floor-to-ceiling white fireplace.”
One of the splashiest rooms in the house is the stylish kitchen, outfitted with a beautiful waterfall-edge island and accented with bursts of deep red.
“The appliance package in the kitchen is just incredible,” Hartley says. “You just touch to open the refrigerator and freezer. There is also a one-of-a-kind, painted backsplash made of red glass.”
A first-floor primary bedroom is surrounded by glass walls and offers direct access to the pool area. An enormous walk-in closet features illuminated display shelves, a striking shoe wall, and built-in ladder for easy access. In the primary bathroom, there’s a walk-through shower, an illuminated makeup mirror, and glossy black stones.
Three additional bedrooms have bathrooms with high-gloss, floating cabinets. One of those bathrooms is a true standout—an oasis of bold hues in mostly monochromatic houses.
“For that half-bathroom, they commissioned a local artist to paint it,” notes Hartley. “It’s something you don’t see very often, and it’s really beautiful.”
The nearly half-acre lot features a marble-tiled patio, an in-ground fire pit, and a 15-person hot tub. There’s also a four-car garage, with a 32-foot garage bay for extra storage space.
Outside, a picture-perfect, “knife-edge” pool offers a spectacular mirror-surface image without visible edges.
“Tyler is known as the piney woods, and there are lots of lakes nearby,” Hartley says. “It’s in a prime location within Tyler, where there is a lot of new development going on. There is a booming medical community in East Texas and a lot of people from California are moving here.”
And while the home’s all-white interior might not seem especially kid-friendly, Hartley had a different opinion.
“The next buyer will be a young, professional couple, because there is plenty of room for lots of kids,” she points out. “What makes it so unique is that a modern home like this, within the city limits, is something you don’t see every day.”