About The Project - 2017 Summer Dream Home

The five-bedroom, five-and-a-half-bath Westlake Dream Home is the latest in the magazine’s long-running series, in which the magazine teams with builders and vendors to showcase the latest in home design and fashion.

Dream Home is nestled in the heart of Westlake, close to Texas 114, Southlake Town Square, Solana, and Dallas/Fort Worth Airport. It overlooks the Entrada European village under development nearby. Residents have access to either Westlake or Southlake public schools, “which is unbelievable,” DuBose says.

Vesta is building the Dream Home on spec. Our vendors, working in conjunction with the builder, offer up everything from the trusses to the drywall, interior amenities, swimming pool and landscaping.

Dona Robinson Associates of Brigg’s Freeman Sotheby’s International Realty, the magazine’s official Dream Home Realtor, is listing it at $2.495 million.

Dream Home is the latest project for Vesta, which is preparing to rebrand as PentaVia. Vesta has 14 homes underway in Granada and is building 12 townhomes in the neighboring Entrada development “that will lead to 72 townhomes that we will do,” DuBose says.

DuBose has been building homes for 20 years, including in the Park Cities and Preston Hollow and for the Kaleidoscope of Homes luxury showcase. Vesta’s rebrand will focus on homes in three price ranges: $450,000-$750,000, $1 million-$1.5 million, and $1.6 million and up.

DuBose’s company provides digital simulations of its homes to prospective buyers, using virtual reality Google Cardboard headsets to allow customers to take virtual tours before the buy. “It’s enabling the customer to touch, see, feel the space before it’s built,” he says.


You are invited to tour Fort Worth Magazine's Dream Home located in Westlake (2017 Granada Trail).

Tour Dates: June 28 - July 23

  • Wednesday – Saturday 11 a.m. to 5 p.m.
  • Sunday 12 p.m. – 5 p.m.

Admission: $15

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