Somewhere within this newly listed 1964 Hunters Creek home in the Tara Oaks neighborhood, a plain-old white ceiling or 2 has evaded upgrades. Most of the rooms, however, cap their decor with what the description dubs “carefully chosen finishes,” be they color, exposed beams, soaring vaults, more color, skylights, or some combo thereof. (No glass ceilings or debt ceiling, however — the Memorial Villages asking price hovers at $2,395,000.)
A little faux finishing tops off a front room (above) with northern exposure. Nearby, a barrel-vaulted space gets a slightly more conservative cap (below):
All beams rise to the light-bearing ridge line in the family room:
In the kitchen, skylights further jazz up the outlined overhead:
Is the dining area’s ceiling a sedate ivory or the slightest shade o’ beige?
Recessed areas of the study’s ceiling (and the fan blades) appear to be going gray:
Crisp white trim separates an otherwise single-color work space:
More beams span the ceiling in the master bedroom…
and its bathroom:
Secondary bedrooms include the punchy example pictured above, displaying a rare pairing of matching trim and ceiling. Another adds a beam to its two-toned approach (below):
Ceiling lights are like stars shining in the blackened expanse of this lipstick pink bedroom suite:
A portion of the mostly-single-story home has an upstairs, home to a game room and a fifth bedroom, comparatively restrained in its finishes:
A somber-shaded media room with vaulted ceiling radiates all-in-one vibes:
Even the outdoors has some ceiling framework. Here’s a loggia by the outdoor kitchen and (uncovered) pool:
The property sits on a half-acre corner lot located 2 blocks north of Hunters Creek Elementary and 2 blocks south of I-10’s feeder roadway east of Voss Rd. Updated in 2008, the 6,718-sq.-ft. home last sold in 2010 for $2,195,000.
- 10603 Tarrington Dr. [HAR]