T.Renowned Dallas-based event designer Todd Fiscus’ creative flair oozes from every corner of his Hyde Park area townhome. He has been sharing with her husband Theron for several years. and Dallas. Alas, the duo spend less time in Houston, with Ceron only booking a few appointments in town each week and Fiscus exercising her loyalty to Big-D.
It was therefore decided to sell the Hyde Park townhome.
Theron speaks paper city With his limited time in Houston, the 3,907-square-foot home was too big.
What a gem their location at 1919 Elmen Street in the coveted 77019 zip code. Passing past the less-than-glamorous curb appeal, you’ll find sophisticated and elegant residences designed and decorated with impeccable creativity and sensibility. Ceron credits his Fiscus with offices in both Dallas and Houston. Think, for example, Gucci’s quirky swan wallpaper in his formal dining room, or the trompe l’oeil of his Big Top tent on the ceiling of his little daughter’s bedroom.
The skeleton of the 3,907-square-foot residence, built in 2017, is worth admiring. The open plan on the first floor is perfect for 21st century living. Yet, with a designated dining room area and an intimate study hidden behind French doors, the home offers several corners for cozy interaction. Facing the wet bar. The kitchen is separated from the main living area with fireplace and Caesarstone Island with counter seating. Appliances are Wolf and Subzero and fixtures are from Restoration Hardware.
Gardeners and others who prefer open spaces will welcome a generous backyard with typical townhouse measures. With a covered patio and outdoor kitchen, it’s perfect for outdoor entertaining. Large enough to add a pool if needed.
The townhouse has 3 bedrooms upstairs, 3 full and 1 half baths, and a spacious den. This Hype Park residence is already ready for the elevator.
The townhouse is listed by Marnie Greenwood and Compass for $1,929,000.
“One of my favorite things about real estate is watching clients build homes,” says Greenwood. “To me, Todd Fiscus is a wizard, and their current home is no different.”