$15,750,000 | Built 1936 | 14,407 Sq. Ft. | 6 Beds | 13 Baths | 1.5 Acres
4201 Armstrong Parkway, Dallas, Texas, United States, 75205
Designed by architect John Allen Boyle, the same architect who created what is now the Rosewood Mansion on Turtle Creek, and built in 1936, this gorgeous Spanish Colonial residence is on the market for $15.75 million in Highland Park, Texas. Fully renovated in 1985, with additional renovations in 1996, the 14,407 square foot home is equally grand on the inside, beginning with the sunlit foyer. Here, soaring ceilings, sparkling marble floors and ornate columns hint at the drama awaiting beyond the entrance. The rear of the foyer opens onto a large atrium, while a formal living room and dining room flank each side, both of which showcase the original oak floors and plentiful space for entertaining. The living area’s beautiful millwork, hand-painted ceiling and intricate fireplace add warmth to the space, and the dining area captivates with its stunning decorative ceiling. The perks continue in the spacious kitchen, which features a walk-in pantry and an adjacent wet bar and breakfast room. The kitchen also has a large island, a desk nook, Brazilian Bahía Azul granite throughout and a coffered ceiling that adds the perfect amount of visual interest.
In addition to an expansive great room with built-ins, a wet bar, and a fireplace, the first floor also houses an exercise room, a billiards room, a versatile hobby room, a cozy sitting room and a wood-panelled library with a fireplace and ample built-ins. Upstairs, the luxurious owner’s suite occupies a private corner of the second floor and comes complete with a fireplace, two custom walk-in closets and a marble-floored bathroom with a marble-clad tub and separate shower. The second storey also includes an office with built-ins, a craft room, a generous den and five sizeable guest bedrooms, all of which have ensuite baths and walk-in closets. Outside, the sweeping estate has the feel of a private resort. In addition to an exquisite pool with a mosaic Italian tile floor and a stucco border wall featuring an eye-catching quatrefoil cutout, there is a charming gazebo with a built-in grill, as well as open and covered patios. With its graceful interiors, elegant grounds, and copious amenities, this impressive property offers the ultimate in luxury living. This historic property is on the market for $15.75 million with Faisal Halum of Faisal Halum Group & Sotheby’s International Realty. Photography and information found on agent’s listing.
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