These Big Homes Require Deep Pockets in Dallas
For a real estate agent, making a sale on a big, high-dollar property can double or even triple your yearly income, so they’re worth keeping an eye on. You never know who you might meet on the golf course or throwing back a few Shiners at your favorite watering hole. Sure, it may be a stretch to think that you’ll meet a high-net-worth client in passing, on the course, or at your local fitness club, but much crazier things have happened.
5 Most Expensive Homes in Dallas
To satisfy your appetite for luxury clients, here are the 5 most expensive homes in Dallas in ascending order.
1. 10602 Bridge Hollow Ct.
Currently under construction, this California-cool style new build will offer a staggering 13,043 square feet of living space, 5 bedrooms, 8 bathrooms, a resort-style pool, a library, detached guest quarters, a game room, a full gym, a theatre, and much to the delight of a car-lover, an 8-car garage. The listing price of this elaborate estate is $11,995,000.
2. 4712 Lakeside Dr.
This Old Highland Park home is the quintessential old-money mansion you’ve always dreamed about. Formerly owned by the grandson of the famous Texas oilman H.L. Hunt, this property has historical significance and offers 7,643 square feet of living space, 5 bedrooms, 8 bathrooms, and 1.3 acres of land. The sticker on this charming old property is $12,500,000.
3. 4009 Armstrong Ave.
Yet another charming Highland Park haunt, this 8,331-square foot estate offers 1.5 acres of lush green space, 5 bedrooms, 7 bathrooms, his-and-hers master baths, and an elevator to the second floor where its new owners can relax on a balcony that overlooks the grounds. To call this one home, you or your client will need to fork over $12,700,000.
4. 4009 W. Lawther Dr.
With 10 acres overlooking White Rock Lake, this is one of the most exclusive properties right here in Big D. It was built in 1929, but don’t let that fool you, because this house comes with a 4-lane bowling center, a 16-car garage, a heated pool, tennis courts, a pizza oven, a putting green, and an elevator that services every floor. Want to spread out? The property offers 10,511 square feet of living space in the main house, as well as a two-story guest house. The listing price for this Mt. Vernon estate comes in at a cool $18,500,000.
5. 4300 Armstrong Pkwy.
Described as sitting on a heavily-treed 1.6-acre escape, this property is said to have no expenses spared when building out its 11,702 square feet of living space. The listing says this is the first time this Highland Park spot has been for sale in 80 years, and offers plenty of outdoor space for entertaining, including what may very well be the best pool in the neighborhood. This Highland Park charmer is listed for $19,500,000 and is currently the most expensive home for sale in Dallas.
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