Take a look at this light-filled custom home on 16 acres in Sunnyvale

Don’t sleep on Sunnyvale. The town in easternmost Dallas County might be what you’re looking in this eight-bedroom, eight-bathroom home built in 2002.

The home has unique details like a great room with a vaulted cathedral-style ceiling covered in cherry wood.

Co-listing agent Mary Alice Garrison of Allie Beth Allman & Associates said the home at 339 Town East Blvd. in Sunnyvale allows homeowners to enjoy an indoor-outdoor lifestyle.

“The whole thing brings the outdoors in,” she said of the light-filled home.

The 8,003-square-foot home sits on 16 acres and has two barns perfect for horse-loving homeowners. The home has luxury details throughout, including marble and hardwood floors, elaborate light fixtures, and detailed crown molding throughout.

The most eye-catching room of the home is the great room, which has vaulted ceilings and is surrounded by windows. There is a fireplace at the center of the room that divides it into two spaces, with living areas on either side. The home’s kitchen sits to one side of the living room and has a large center island with two sinks and countertop seating. The home also has a study with built-in cabinets and a desk.

The primary suite has a spacious bedroom with a fireplace, French doors that provide access to the outside of the home, and a bathroom with a large bathtub and dual sinks. One guest room sits on the first level with its own bathroom.

There is a living area on the second-floor staircase landing along with three bedrooms and bathrooms. The third level of the home has two bedrooms and two bathrooms. A media room, bedroom and bathroom sit over the three-car garage.

The home is on the market for $3.95 million, listed by Mary Alice Garrison of Allie Beth Allman & Associates and Mike Turner of J. Elmer Turner Realtors.

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