Monday, April 22, 2013
Photos: Brenden Morrow’s University Park home up for sale for nearly $5 million
Makes sense, since he was just traded to the Penguins.
UNIVERSITY PARK The home at 3528 Centenary of Stars super-star Brenden Morrow, who just got traded to the Pittsburgh Penguins, has hit the market. Built by Mark Molthan in 2007, Morrow and his wife Anne-Marie's home is sure to set University Park comps a-twitter. You get more than 7,300 square feet of living space, on a huge almost three-quarter acre University Park lot. Those pups are rare, indeed. There are five humungous bedrooms, with five baths (en suite, of course) and two half baths. There are numerous living spaces, as one might expect, including formals, a media room, a putting green, a wine room, an exercise room, even an oversized attic for storage and an elevator to get you there.
But it’s the interior design that just makes you drop your jaw. The kitchen is loaded with custom appliances, of course, but also finished out with soft white cabinets and subway tiles. Every single room is softly contemporary with added natural materials — stone, beams — for a rustic but elegant look. And the master bath, with those mirrored cabinets, is just downright glam!
With a lot this size, you can have a stunning pool and outdoor environment room loaded with grilling necessities and fireplace. Sure warms you up in a cool North Texas April! Here’s what might warm you up even more: the asking price of $4,495,000. Listed with Rogers Healy.
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