an interior shot of a $10.5 million dollar Preston Hollow home: via dupontregistry.com

an interior shot of a $10.5 million dollar Preston Hollow home: via dupontregistry.com

14,429-square-foot home located near Inwood and Royal sold for $10.5 million, Dallas Business Journal reports. “This was the only brand new house of its size and caliber on the market,” says Mickey Munir, CEO of Sharif & Munir Custom Homes, who’s responsible for the construction of the three-story French-style chateau.

Preston Hollow resident and president of Firebird group Mike Karns tells Cheryl Hall of Dallas Morning News about his plans for growing his company, (which includes such local favorites as Meso Maya, El Fenix, Snuffer’s, and La Ventana.) Learn more about Karns and the lawsuit regarding the Lower Greenville Snuffer’s here.

Legacy at Preston Hollow resident Roy Elsner, a World War II veteran who fought at Iwo Jima died at age 89. His service was held Tuesday. Read the DMN article about Elsner’s life, including stories about military combat and receiving two Purple Hearts.


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