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This absolutely incredible French estate in the prestigious University Park community of Dallas boasts private, but high end living. Situated on a heavily wooded acre, the stunning home indulges in the surrounded landscaping adding to the luxury of the home.

A small circle drive leads to the front entrance and off to the 4 car garage. Upon arrival, stone steps rise to the front entrance of the home. Several large, wide trees also greet the guest on both sides of the front. Wrought iron gates in the front encompass the home and all grounds. The back of the estate includes several open patios and balconies; a large oval pool and pool house are also situated among the back grounds. The pool house has an impressive outdoor lounge area with fireplace and outdoor grill. The stone exterior of the mansion is very French inspired with arched second floor window frames, French architecture, and luxurious features.

The interior of the mansions is homely, yet exquisite. The foyer’s large spiraling wall-lined staircase has wood trimmings and finishes and a unique blend of wrought iron railings. A large executive corporate office and arched open entry into the living room are located off the foyer; the living room combines a blend of exquisite interior features with homely furnishings and furniture. Other indoor amenities include several living areas, dining room, large kitchen with island, six bedrooms, six bathrooms, home theater, breakfast nook with bay windows, exercise room, and master suite.

This to-die-for estate is located at 4923 DeLoache Ave., one of the most prestigious streets in Dallas, and listed for $6,495,000.

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  • Daniel

    Finally…a NICE house in Texas. I like 95% of the house. Home theater needs to go…those ceilings are unforgivable. I’d convert it into a game room.

    One thing though…is the stone on the front facade different from the rear, or is it the editing of the photos?

    Pick this house up and move it to S. Florida, and you have a winner 🙂




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  • Grrrowler

    I love the front facade, but hate that the builder got cheap and didn’t continue the same stone/brick onto the rear facade. To me that’s a huge corner to cut. I like most of the rooms in the house as well. The foyer and study off to the side are great. The proportions are excellent and the style is perfectly in line with the exterior of the house. I love the great room; it looks grand and cozy at the same time. Even the kitchen is quite nice. I do hate the theater, and I would want to get rid of a lot of the soft furnishings. But, it looks like a very comfortable house. The lot it’s on looks very nice too with the large trees; it’s look pretty private.




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  • Architect 121

    beautiful exterior! The inside is just a LITTLE too dark, but i like it overall!




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  • mattc

    So many of the McMansions built recently look like they are on steroids and really miss the mark lacking class, integrity and warmth. This one however is a BIG winner. Wonderful balance of style throughout the home and the use of some natural wood, without it being everywhere, adds tremendous warmth.
    One of the best for the money so far.




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    • Swimmer

      I really agree with you here… Both family and living rooms seem very happy and warm, but they still have a sense of being fancy at the same time.




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  • RB

    what is the square footage of the house, does anyone know?




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    • Kenny Forder

      10,810 square feet




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  • Kieran

    Love this home, inside and out it is so pleasing, I especially love the mature trees, rare to see against such a new home. Timeless.




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