Timber Goes Up on Dream Street 2021

Three luxury homes built side-by-side in the new Montrachet development in western Fort Worth will be the Fort Worth Magazine Dream Street, the company’s second. A sister property to neighboring Montserrat, Montrachet is a massive 255-acre development with 169 homes. If you do the math, that’s an average home site of over 1 acre.

“The property lends itself to a lot of outdoor walking and cycling space,” said Donnie Siratt, one of the developers. “It’s really spread out; it’s not thick. It has a number of large lots and a number of smaller lots as well.”

The three houses, currently under construction by some of the area’s top builders, will open for tours in January 2022, with proceeds from the tour going to a Wish with Wings, a charity that grants wishes to children with life-threatening conditions. .

This year there are two builders returning from previous Dream Home and Dream Street projects. Rick Wegman, John Giordano, Karl Hahnfeld and Rob Cocanower of HGC Residential Development team up to build their first Dream project since 2014. The quartet of businessmen, real estate agents, architects and home builders have built their business from the ground up since the first garage remodel 20 years ago.

Their home, which will be located at Esprit 4616, will be a two-story (the only two-story of the three homes), five-bedroom, six-bathroom Tudor-style home designed by Hahnfeld. The house will have a large number of outdoor spaces, including a veranda on the ground floor and a balcony on the second.

Heritage Homes’ John Webb returns for his third consecutive Dream project, having first built the magazine’s Showcase Home for 2019. Webb was also part of last year’s inaugural Dream Street at Oxford Place in Southlake. Webb had worked in the construction industry for nearly 20 years before starting his own company in 2014. Though he focused primarily on the Southlake and Colleyville areas, he has since branched out into the Southwest Fort Worth market.

The house at 4624 Esprit will have a Texas Regional Vernacular design, a modern take on Texas Hill Country. The four bedroom, 5 1/2 bath, one story home has large windows, a metal roof, and a semi-fenced front yard with a half wall creating an outdoor patio.

The new builder on the block, this marks Tim Windmiller’s, of Windmiller Custom Homes, the first dream project. Initially, Windmiller went to school to study medicine, but was enlisted in the household industry through his cousin, Andrew Hall. After the couple sold 123 homes in one year, Windmiller found his place. After a period at Clarity homes, Windmiller started his own custom housing company in 2008.

The architecture of Windmiller’s home, at 4632 Esprit, will undoubtedly stand out. The Cape Dutch style, as architect Michael Costantino calls it, initially became popular in South Africa and includes ornate details and curved features. The house will have four bedrooms and five bathrooms.

4616 Esprit

Builder: HGC Housing

Estate agent: Christie’s International Real Estate | Ulterre

Interior designer: Tori Rubinson Interiors

Appliances: Expressions Home Gallery

Cabinets Kitchen: The kitchen source

Doors Exterior: Omniview window and door

Electrician: Mackey Electric

Floors (tile, wood and carpet work, wood and carpet material): Vintage floors

Floor tile (material all rooms): Interceramic VS

gutters: Loveless gutters

Home plans: Karl Hahnfeld Design Group

Low Voltage/AV/Security: H Customs Audiovisual

Sanitary fixtures: Expressions Home Gallery

Swimming pool: J Caldwell Custom Pools

Roofing/Flashing: WeatherShield Roofing

Stone and Brick Supplies: Metro Brick and Stone

4624 Esprit

Builder: Heritage houses

Estate agent: Martha Williams, Williams Trew

Interior designer: Susan Semmelmann Interiors

Appliances: The Jarrell Company

Cabinets Kitchen: The kitchen source

Cabinets Master Closet and others: Metroplex cabinets

Countertop Manufacture: Stone Systems

Countertop materials (all): Levantina

Drywall and texture: Alliance Drywall

Electrician: C&B Electric

fireplace tile: Cosentino

Floors (tile, wood and carpet work): Galvan Floors

Floors (wood material): Riva Floors

Garage doors/openers: Overhead Door Company of Fort Worth

Glass (showers-mirrors-other): Galactic Glass

gutters: Loveless gutters

Hardware/cabinet hardware: Rick’s hardware

Home plans: Heritage Design Studio

HVAC (Materials and Labor): Indoor climate experts HVAC

Lighting fixtures (incl. landscaping): Passion Lighting

Low Voltage/AV/Security: Multimedia Solutions Inc

Patio furniture: Yard Art Patio & Fireplace

Sanitary fixtures: facets

Plumbing and Supplies: Pro Serve Sanitary

Swimming pool: Leschber designs

Stone and Brick Supplies: Metro Brick

4632 Esprit

Builder: Windmill custom houses

Estate agent: John Zimmerman, Compass

Interior designer: Amira Windmiller Interiors

Appliances: Factory builders

Artificial grass: Evergreen Synthetic Grass

Cabinets Kitchen: The kitchen source

Concrete: GHC Concrete Services

Countertop Manufacture: American Marble and Granite

Countertop materials (all): Levantina

Doors for and study room: Aaron Iron Works

Fireplaces Interior linear plus insert fires: Overhead Door Company of Fort Worth

Floors (wood and carpet material): Skyline Floorscapes

Garage doors/openers: Opening garage doors

gutters: Loveless gutters

Home plans: Montebello Architecture & Design

Interior and exterior cladding and door labor and materials (including stair treads/risers): Builders First Source

Interior doors: Builders First Source

Low Voltage/AV/Security: Comware AV

Lumber and rafters: Builders First Source

Outside fire pit: best block

Plumbing and Supplies: Pro Serve Sanitary

Roofing/Flashing: Texas Tile Roofing

Hideout room: Ground Zero Storm Shelters

Windows and doors: Builders First Source

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