Looking for entertainment or maybe some design inspiration? Check out Strait Lane, which houses some of Dallas’s most luxurious homes. You could slowly drive by to catch a glimpse of celebrity residents like H. Ross Perot, Phil Romano, and Andrew Beal, but the off-duty police offer that patrols the neighborhood may not like that. Instead, here is a list of some of its most notable estates and, if you’re on the market, there are currently four homes for sale.
This French mansion sits on 4.36 acres of land and comes with a spa, 10 car garage, bowling alley and a waterpark in its backyard. It also has a tennis court, gymnastics room and two basketball courts. According to realtor.com this estate (complete with 8 bedrooms, 17 full bathroom and 5 half-baths) costs around $24 million.
This 14,670-square foot estate is sure to wow anyone. This home comes with its very own private lake and jogging trail as well as a wine cellar large enough for 6,000 bottles. It was last estimated at $17.5 million.
This $10.9 million 4-bedroom home has been called “The Dallas White House”. Some of this home’s amenities include a home theatre with space for 24 viewers, a pool, a custom bar room and tennis court. This property was recently sold after the previous owners spent two years remodeling the home, including relocating the master bedroom. The house additionally has a full catering kitchen, koi pond and over 200 trees on the 3.3-acre property.
Built in 1964 by Philip Johnson, this estate has as much history as elegance. It has been featured in Vogue and The New York Times. It also comes with a pool, tennis court and separate media house. In 2002, a buyer spent six years remodeling and modernizing the house. This 6-bedroom, 11-bath home sits on a 6.45-acre lot and is for sale for $23 million.
This Mediterranean style mansion has 5 bedrooms and 6.5 baths. Richard Drummond Davis designed this 12,938-square foot home. Spacious living areas with high ceilings are complimented by vast outdoor spaces as well as two separated guest suites. The estimated cost is around $15 million.
Eager for a more in-depth look at the mansions of Preston Hollow? Check out these photos from inside the Crespi Estate.
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