10121 Waller Drive. Photo courtesy of Zillow.com.

Sitting on 1 acre, this Italian-Renaissance style home displays a unique patterned driveway, symmetrical landscape a Juliet-esque balcony over the front door.

The 10,751-square-foot Preston Hollow home was designed by Lloyd Lumpkins and built by Tony Visconti of Bella Custom Homes in 2015.

The home was a finalist on HGTV’s 2019 Home Hunt, getting praise especially for its landscape, the Dallas Morning News reported.

A massive entryway feeds into a winding staircase. Tall archways surround the bright living room. The home is filled with artistic railings and grandiose chandeliers.

To the left of the entryway sits a dining room connected to a glass-walled wine cellar accessible through a small bar area.

The kitchen, breakfast room and second living room with a wet bar are combined to create an open-concept space. The backyard is visible from this space through the home’s multiple windows.

The kitchen’s open-concept space. Photo courtesy of Zillow.com.

The spiral staircase at the entryway. Photo courtesy of Zillow.com.

The home has five bedrooms, five bathrooms and three half-bathrooms.

The primary suite on the first floor has a sitting room and entry into the backyard.

Upstairs, a few of the home’s features include a media room with a large screen and a game room with a wet bar.

10121 Waller Drive is listed for $5,200,000 by Mary Poss of Ebby Halliday.

Photo courtesy of Zillow.com.

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