A few months ago we spoke with a designer from Lakewood responsible for an impressive, progressive and pioneering piece of Preston Hollow’s Kips Bay Decorator Show House. Shelly Rosenberg was one of 26 (of a gazillion applicants) selected to work on the project that Architectural Digest calls “the ne plus ultra venue for high end interior design.”
Being part of Kips Bay gave Shelly a big stage to showcase accessible design and how it can be beautiful. “I worried a little that they might not want anything political or sad,” she told us. ” This is supposed to be about luxury. But it happened.” But also, it was so about luxury. Now 5138 Deloache Avenue is on the market, listed at $10,995,000.
The estate comes with six bedrooms, seven bathrooms, two half-batrooms, one five-car garage, and approximately 11,185 square feet sitting on 1.45 acres. Most of the elements from the Kips Bay fundraiser, which involves various professional decorators outfitting a room of the house, are gone, replaced by a more uniform aesthetic, according to the listing agent. “It features all the warmth and craftsmanship of architect Cole Smith’s most treasured homes along with every possible convenience,” the agent notes.
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