You Can Summon 1960s Palm Springs in Eddie Maestri’s Round House on the Lake

Posted by Brandon Stewart on Wednesday, March 4th, 2020 at 2:16pm.

source: Candy's Dirt

Eddie Maestri's round house on the lake

Pour yourself a martini and settle into a luscious leather Eames lounge chair for this week’s High Caliber Home sponsored by Lisa Peters of Caliber Home Loans, an architect-owned MCM lakehouse listed by Brandon Stewart of David Griffin and Company.

Ladies and gents, this is architect Eddie Maestri’s round house on the water, 136 Peninsula Point Terrace on Cedar Creek Lake.

Often featured in local publications and on prestigious home tours, this three-bedroom, two-bath, 1,608-square-foot home is a completely remodeled work of art.

When Maestri first spotted this lake home back in 2015, its mid-mod style clearly stood apart from the cottages and A-frames you’d find lining the lakeshore in Mabank, Texas. He replaced walls with windows that celebrate the unique in-the-round perspective of this home and made it his family vacation home.

Now, you can own Maestri’s roundhouse on the lake for $519,000. Apologies if I made you spill your martini there. Dab a little club soda on it and keep scrolling.

This home has it all. Designer and custom lighting, terrazzo countertops, hardwood floors, custom banquet seating, and an indoor working pizza grill make this truly a one of a kind property.

With Cedar Creek Lake waterfront just steps away, you’ll be spending plenty of time outside. On the 10,119 square foot property, you’ve got everything from a covered boat dock with lift to an outdoor heated shower.

Brandon can almost picture Ole Blue Eyes here. “If Frank Sinatra’s ghost was staying at Cedar Creek Lake, I bet he would be sipping martinis at this place, chillaxing with an open water view and reminiscing about the good old days in Palm Springs,” Stewart says. Love it.

Schedule a showing with Brandon Stewart to see 136 Peninsula Point Terrace in Mabank, approximately an hour and half southeast of Dallas.

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