A Fort Worth mansion owned by the late business tycoon behind Nash Skateboards has hit the market with a price of close to $3 million.
Built in 1978 for Charles Nash III, founder of outdoor sports manufacturer Nash Skateboards, the Hidden Creek estate is a luxury 1.1-acre property that includes a four-bedroom/four-and-a-half-bath floor plan and more than 6,100 square feet of livable space.
The estate’s signature features include high ceilings, floor-to-ceiling windows, marble countertops, glass doors that lead to balconies overlooking the grounds, two wet bars, a heated saltwater pool, cascading waterfalls, a hot tub, a fire pit, and a built-in serving bar, among others according to a property description by Compass listing agents Ida Duwe-Olsen and Ted Olsen.
“Hidden Creek is not really a house, it’s an experience, a relationship, a vibe,” Deborah Alexander Nash said in a statement reported by Mansion Global. “It is exactly like my late husband, Charles Nash—brilliant, epic, sexy, fun, and way ahead of its time.”
The person lucky enough to own the home will be “in for the love of their life,” she added, per Dallas Business Journal.
Architects Frank Talley Jr. and Albert Spence designed the estate’s signature look and design, which pays tribute to Nash’s passion for deep-sea fishing and the great outdoors.
“The iconic Nash estate was designed and built for a forward-thinking innovator who became a legend of our lifetime. The architecture, legacy, vibe and opportunity are unlike any other,” Duwe-Olsen said, Mansion Global reported.
Hidden Creek is reportedly the priciest home on the market in the Westover Hills neighborhood of Fort Worth, with the next highest-priced property coming in at $2.7 million and once belonging to Jimmy DuBose, the founder of Colonial Savings, listing records show, per Mansion Global.