This post is brought to you by John Burgdorf from North Texas Luxury

The professionally landscaped lawn and perfectly trimmed bushes go hand in hand with this amazing French home in Plano, Texas. Located right off the Dallas North Tollway, the pure luxury and elegance crafted into the home exceeds numerous boundaries. I mean look at it, does it not seem perfect?

The exterior is stone with a piered beam slab foundation. Cutting across the near 1 acre lot is a circle drive; one direction leading under the porte cochere, one direction leading to the main entrance of the home. The gated porte cochere leads to a motor court with a 6 car garage. In the back, the home is joined by a long veranda connecting the home to an outdoor living courters. The secondary living area contains 1 bedroom, 1 kitchen and an outdoor lounge with fireplace. The pool, lined with stone and fountains, can be found in the middle of these two living courters. From the pool, stepping rocks lead to a half basketball court.

The interior contains wood floods and custom finishes. 6 bedrooms and 7 1/2 bathrooms are the main features of the home including many other rooms. A kitchen, game room, laundry room, dining room, an office and multiple lounge areas are also included in this 10,775 sq. foot home. The home is located in the prestigious Willow Bend subdivision in Plano, one of the finest.

You can find the home at 5709 Arcady Place in Plano, Texas. Go take a look in person, it is stunning!

This opulent French paradise is listed at $4,250,000.

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  • Daniel

    The outside is nice. Inside has some very odd details. The living room is oddly proportioned; the fireplace is way too big considering the low ceiling height. The furniture also looks huge. Kitchen looks nice. The family room wall texture is pretty bad, and the fireplace opening seems too tall (if that makes sense). Actually, all the fireplaces seem like they are pass-through; either way, I don’t like any of them. The pool area looks nice.

    On a side note, isn’t EVERY new landscaping project professionally done, especially with million dollar homes? I don’t see the owners putting the grass in or planting the oak trees.




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  • kieran

    Love this




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  • KEV

    Well since John’s last post about the house on John McCain road got a complete hammering here, let’s hope this home fares much better. 😉

    I actually know this house well–they completely remodeled it a couple of years ago. Pretty nice, probably one of the top 20 homes in Plano, along with others in Willow Bend and those in King’s Gate.




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    • John Burgdorf (North Texas Luxury)

      Well KEV, I was hoping this home would do just that! haha..




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  • Iemand

    Nice.




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  • Venom

    Nice house.
    You redeemed yourself somewhat from that last posting of yours. lol




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    • John Burgdorf (North Texas Luxury)

      That was precisely what I was trying to do 🙂




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      • Stewie

        lol! Yeh this is a nice home for sure




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  • Brijbhushan Bhattadri

    Beautiful house in a lovely city. Wasn’t Plano listed among the five safest cities in the US?




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    • mattc

      Not sure if it was Plano…but it sure isn’t ElPaso with Juarez, Mexico next door.




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      • mattc

        Looked it up and actually Plano was the safest city in the US according to Forbes in 2010 !
        Go figure.
        St. Louis was the worst, followed closely by Camden, NJ, Flint, MI and Detroit, MI.
        All 4 of those cities had over a 2% violent crime rate and a 12% property crime rate.
        That means one in 50 folks who live there will be victim of a violent crime including rape or murder and one in 10 will have their home robbed, statistically speaking.
        Forget the Midwest and Northeast…I think I’ll move to Plano !




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        • Brijbhushan Bhattadri

          Matt,

          The Plano city authorities seem to be doing a good job. I didn’t know about the Forbes 2010 listing but I recalled that it was on a listing of the five safest cities in the country a couple of years ago – I think I read about this on the MSN website. I’ve been there just once it is close to Richardson where a lot of software and telecom companies are located, and many of whose executives live there. The city also has a very good school rating – no idea of current property prices in the Dallas area, but with all of these positives as far as the city where this home is located are concerned, I think the house will sell at whatever is the going price for homes like it.




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  • Nick

    The interior seems somehow ugly, albeit it’s not cold.




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