Dallas, Texas, 15,918-square-foot, eight-bedroom home is asking for $24.5 million
This stunning home in Dallas, Texas has 15,918 square feet of living space, according to a listing by Joan Eleazer. A sampling of this property’s features gives you a taste of its appeal. Originally designed by renowned Texas architect Bud Oglesby for a prominent Dallas doctor, it has benefited from two brilliant renovations during its current ownership: one between 2006 and 2008 – after which it won an award-winning Design Excellence from the International Interior Design Association – and another in 2022. The entire estate has been a labor of love for the current owners and a dream team of top designers including architect Tom Reisenbichler , interior designer Carol Cumbie and landscape architect Coy Talley. Hope’s steel and glass windows. The home also features beautifully appointed upgrades and amenities. With two levels and approximately 7,179 square feet, the six-plus car garage on the upper level has multiple glass doors that open it fully to the modernist landscape of the surrounding grounds. The stunning and contemporary Carriage House – a short walk from the main house – was designed as a museum housing a collection of cars and as an unforgettable party entertainment venue.
The house is located not far from many schools and educational centers including Meadowbrook School, Meadowbrook Private School, Wesley Prep School, Teri Bedillion and Lovers Lane Academy for The Deaf. The local food scene includes Rock And Roll Sushi, Berkshire, Seabury Solutions, Champps Entertainment and Sherry Lane Deli. There are a number of nearby medical facilities including Advanced Regeneration, Doctor Neurohr Plastic Surgery, Any Lab Test Now, Doctor Richard E. Garcia DDS, and Medical City Children’s Urgent Care Dallas Clinic. Nearby convenience stores and markets include Cumberland Farms Hill School Building, 7-Eleven, Eason Petro, Red Beer & Wine, and Go Green Pantry. Local attractions include Flagpole, Legacy of Love Monument, Turtle Creek Falls, Freedman’s Memorial Cemetery, and Beer Waterfall Billboard. Public transit options include NORTHWEST @ INWOOD – E – FS, NORTHWEST @ INWOOD – W – NS, NORTHWEST @ HOLLOW WAY – W – NS, NORTHWEST @ MCCRAW – E – FS and nearby NORTHWEST @ BRIARWOOD – W – NS.
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