A modern, Hill Country aesthetic defines the design of 1104 High Court, the two-story home that stands on the right side of the cul-de-sac. The standing seam metal roof and stone incorporated into the building’s exterior pay homage to the popular architectural styles found in Austin, recreated in Southlake’s luxurious Oxford Place neighborhood.
At 7,271 square feet — five bedrooms, five full baths, two half baths, and a four-car garage — 1104 High Court is the handiwork of builder John Webb of Heritage Homes, designer Traci Darden of Elements of Design, architect Paragon Design Group, and a hefty roster of the city’s top vendors.
The home blends the sophistication of contemporary design with the Southern hospitality of the Texas Hill Country. Lines are clean but not cold. Rustic touches and warm tones create an inviting atmosphere. Organic elements like wood floors and custom greenery are a nod to the outdoors. And while neutrals like black, white, and gray dominate the palette, the house is unafraid to make a statement with its incorporation of color, from the deep, calming blue that guides the home’s design to the bold artwork showcased in nearly every room.
In the spirit of the Hill Country, the home encourages its owners to spend more time outside. The spacious backyard, perimeter overflow pool, and outdoor kitchen are perfect for entertaining. Glass doors by the living room slide open from end to end to create one large space that seamlessly connects the interior with the exterior, and an upstairs balcony is oriented just right, so that one can look southward and see the Fourth of July fireworks over Southlake Town Square.
Drawing the outside in, the house incorporates a heavy use of glass — and not just with the large windows that draw in natural light. A floating staircase leads to the second floor. Glass also replaces the traditional walls of the study, offering an open view through the living room to the pool in the backyard.
“It’s a good-feeling home,” Webb says.
7,271 square feet
3D Virtual Tour: Metroplex 360
Appliances: The Jarrell Co.
Architect: Paragon Design Group
Cabinets Kitchen: The Kitchen Source
Cabinets Master Closet: Mike Conkle’s Custom Cabinets
Cabinets other: Mike Conkle’s Custom Cabinets
Concrete Flatwork: Metroplex Concrete Construction, Inc
Countertop Fabrication: Absolute Stone & Tile
Countertops Material: KLZ Stone Supply
Doors Exterior: Quarles Lumber
Drywall & Texture: Alliance Drywall Inc
Electrician: C&B Electric
Fencing Iron and Automated Gates: Lambert’s Ornamental Iron
Fencing Wood: Lambert’s Ornamental Iron
FIre-Protection Systems: Safe Life Fire Protection
Fireplace Inserts – Interior: Overhead Door Company of Fort Worth
Flooring (Tile Setting Labor): Galvan Floors LLC
Flooring (Wood Labor): Vintage Floors
Flooring Material (Carpet Labor): Vintage Floors
Flooring Material (Carpet): Vintage Floors
Flooring Material (Tile): Florida Tile
Flooring Material (Wood): Vintage Floors
Foundation: Metroplex Concrete Construction, Inc
Framing: Lone Star Framing & Construction LLC
Garage Doors/Openers: Overhead Door Company of Fort Worth
Garage Epoxy Coatings: Premier Custom Floors
Gutters: Loveless Gutters
Hardware/Cabinet Hardware: Pierce Fine Decorative Hardware & Plumbing
HVAC Equip and Thermostats: ICE HVAC
Insulation: New Leaf Foam Insulation
Interior Designer: Elements of Design
Landscape/Irrigation/Grade/Lighting: Verde Outdoors
Light Fixtures: Passion Lighting
Low Voltage/Audio/Video/Security: Multimedia Solutions, Inc.
Lumber and Trusses: DeFord’s Lumber Company
Outdoor Lighting: Passion Lighting
Paint Labor: J & V Painting
Plumbing Labor & Supplies: Pro Serve Plumbing
Pool: Leschber Designs
Roofing/Flashing: Ramon Roofing Inc.
Shower Glass & Mirrors: Galactic Glass LLC
Site Surveillance: SiteViewPRO
Stairs and Railings : Lambert’s Ornamental Iron
Stucco Material and Labor: Centurion Stone of DFW
Windows & Interior Doors: Quarles Windows
Wine Room Cabinets: Vineyard Wine Cellars