Great Estates: Beautiful Dallas Architecture, Luxury Details
July 1st, 2014 | by Michelle
Dallas is well known for its beautiful architecture set in lush surrounding. Each of these gorgeous estates offers an unparalleled opportunity to live an extraordinary life in exquisite surroundings.
9806 Inwood Road | Listed for $14,999,000
This six-bedroom Edwardian estate has been meticulously restored with the finest attention to detail including landscaping done by Harold Leidner. Homeowners will marvel at the Baccarat chandeliers, Lithuanian door handles and a Basilica San Marco ceiling replica.
3712 Alice Circle | Listed for $10,500,000
One of the most sought-after locations in Old Highland Park, this English stone manor boasts lush landscaping with roses, live oak, wisteria and ivy. Hand-crafted details make this elegant five-bedroom home a masterpiece.
9784 Audubon Place | Listed for $8,750,000
This Georgian mansion showcases sophisticated design and timeless southern style. From classic columns to bow windows, French doors and beautifully landscaped gardens, this recently renovated four-bedroom estate invites gracious living.
9250 Meadowbrook | Listed for $6,950,000
In tree-lined Preston Hollow, this custom built home overlooks beautifully maintained grounds that include a private bridge and meandering creek. The six-bedroom home features tall ceilings, a well-appointed kitchen, an elevator, workout room and more.
10620 Strait Lane | Listed for $19,999,000
This Tuscan beauty by Richard Drummond Davis rests on one of Dallas’s most notable streets. The four-acre property includes an exceptional five-bedroom home complete with a private guest house, large pool and gorgeous verandahs.
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