Fort Worth businessman and real estate developer John Goff is planning to sell his family retreat at Eagle Mountain Lake in Fort Worth to t he highest bidder at an online auction later this month.
Previously listed for $4.449 million, the compound will sell to the highest bidder in cooperation with John Zimmerman of Briggs Freeman Sotheby’s International Realty, according to the auction house, Concierge Auctions.
The retreat is called Mariposa del Lago, or “Butterfly of the Lake,” and is the product of a variety of top Dallas-Fort Worth area architects, builders, and designers including Richard Drummond Davis, David Lewis, and one of Architectural Digest’s “Top 100 Designers,” Joseph Minton. According to the listing, the retreat is “the perfect combination of contemporary design and rustic Texas charm, the property boasts impeccable materials including Oklahoma river stone, Northwestern white cedar ceilings, and knotty-pine floors.”
Sitting on 1.43 acres, the 6,993-square-foot main house has six bedrooms and five full and 1 half bathrooms. The property is comprised of a main estate, a Moroccan-inspired guest cabana, and a two-story boat dock.
Amenities include a coffee bar, study, and dressing room; a temperature-controlled wine cellar that holds 200 bottles; library; and a recreation room that offers a pool table, arcade, casino games, and shuffleboard. Outdoor amenities include a professional grade grill, smoker, BBQ pit, and Renato pizza oven.
Goff, the founder of Crescent Real Estate Holdings and Goff Capital Partners, had put the estate on the market previously.
The property video can be seen here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j-0ahGIPgt8&list=PL7r5co4ICrRQazCEjGWdkufTjapeIBSkf&index=2
And more information can be found here: https://www.conciergeauctions.com/auctions/7941-summit-cove-fort-worth-texas