c.1922 Hal Thomson-Designed Neoclassical Manor Reduced to $11M (PHOTOS)

c.1922 Hal Thomson-Designed Neoclassical Manor Reduced to $11M

$10,995,000 | Built c.1922 | 8,938 Sq. Ft. | 4 Beds | 8 Baths | 0.85 Acres
3800 Beverly Drive, Highland Park, Texas, United States, 75205

Offering all the elegance, gentility and grandeur of Neoclassical architecture with its towering columns, manicured grounds with huge shade trees, inviting front porch and circular driveway, this Hal Thomson masterpiece is situated on one of Highland Park’s most prestigious corners along Beverly Drive. The 0.85 acre property was previously on the market in 2014 for $14.5 million. It was recently reduced to $11 million. Complementing the residence are stunning guest quarters, a fabulous pool, cabana, and sport court. Built c.1922, it has been meticulously updated while maintaining the integrity of the past including curved doorways, beautiful millwork, exquisite hardware, fabulous marble and hardwood floors and countless windows overlooking the grounds. The public rooms include two dining rooms (both formal and informal) with butler’s pantry, a formal living room with the adjacent study and a huge family room opening to a terrace and backyard oasis. In addition to a fountained pool and a spa, the backyard offers a cabana with shower and an outdoor kitchen with a pizza oven. Centrally located on the ground level is an oversized culinary center with Viking and Miele appliances, two islands, granite countertops, a walk-in pantry, a breakfast nook and a nearby wet bar with both wine closet and wine room. Adjoining the kitchen is the house manager’s office and a mudroom with sink and window bench. While the upper level features three ensuite guest room suites with walk-in closets, it is the world-class master bedroom suite that is the standout. With its own fireplace, it offers two separate bathrooms and dressing areas. One even has a two-storey closet with spiral stairway. The 8,938 square foot residence has a total of 4 bedrooms and 8 bathrooms. It’s on the market with Allie Beth Allman for $11 million.

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