Is There Too Much Of A Good Thing? Not At This House In Amarillo.
Everyone is familiar with the old saying about there being too much of a good thing. Apparently, whoever took it upon themselves to design this incredible home in Amarillo never heard that saying.
I hope you have a few minutes, we've got a lot of house to talk about at 1 Woodstone Street in Amarillo, Texas.
Size May Not Be Everything, But It Definitely Gets Your Attention
I love my house. By many standards it's nothing special. There's six of us crammed in there like the Cratchits from A Christmas Carol. It wouldn't garner a second glance when you pass it on the street, but there's a lot of memories and love in those walls.
The point is that even though it may not be big, that doesn't mean it isn't special.
This home on the other hand is massive. It's an 8 bed, 7.5 bath behemoth of a home. If you want your property to make a statement, no matter what that might be, then this property can make it for you.
It's A 1.35 Acre Lot With A Lot Of Personality
This home is without a doubt one that someone put a lot of thought and care into. This is evidenced by the murals and other paintings that fill some of the walls.
When some of us think about letting our home be an outward manifestation of "who we are," we mean hang pictures or hang a plant. In this home, you'll find a lion laying with a lamb.
If you think back to Sunday school, you'll get the reference.
There's An Indoor Gym At Your Disposal
There's a whole entire gym at your disposal that looks like it is set up for not only basketball, but tennis as well. Rain or shine, you can get some work in on that backswing.
There's even a hot tub in there so you can relax after your workout.
The Outside Is Gorgeous
Probably my favorite part of the property is what waits for you outdoors. The grounds are beautiful. The landscaping is immaculate and it looks so cozy while staying private.
My other favorite part is the master bathroom. You wouldn't be able to pull me out of that bathtub with tow-truck.
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