This beautiful high rise is located at 3505 Turtle Creek Boulevard Unit: 17a in Dallas, TX. It was built in 2002 and was a 3 year project designed by architect Ralph Duesing, interior designer John Bobbitt and contractor Cole Smith, JR. It is supposed to be reminiscent of beaux arts classicism. It boasts 4,780 square feet of lavishly appointed living space with 3 bedrooms, 3 full and 1 half bathrooms, home theater and spectacular views of the Dallas skyline. It is listed at $7,000,000.

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  • Daniel

    Beautiful apartment. Has that fantastic 1930s vibe to it. I love almost all of it – I would have made the floors in the entryway glossy. Also, all the books scattered in the various rooms takes away from the clean lines of the place; I would just make a dedicated library. Otherwise, it is different and nice at the same time.




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    • Teddi

      Spot on. It’s not my style but tasteful and well done. But turning all the walls into bookcases detracts from what would have been perfect. But I take it the owner is something of a bibliophile so the choices makes sense…for him/her




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  • Iemand

    Awesome, I like everything about it. Just move it to Los Angeles or New York (or similar) and it’s mine!

    This one has style without being over-the-top. Even the furniture is good.
    And about the books; you can never have enough of them. 😉

    But 7 million is quite a lot though…




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  • richvanc

    I would move in, in a heart-beat! Pricey yes , but still…in another location it would be a steal-of-a-deal!!!




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  • robert

    Kudos to the architect and the designer. One of the nicest homes on here in while and it isn’t even 50,000 sf. Beautiful use of wood. Love the windows in the bathroom ovelooking the city. Smooth sophistaced and comfortable. Excellent job.




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  • Grrrowler

    Finally, a residence that didn’t come pre-packaged from Pottery Barn. This is my idea of a classical interior, one that is livable, eclectic, but comfortable. While it’s definitely impressive, it appears to have been designed more to live in than to show off. Unlike so many other residences we see, this one was obviously designed to be a home, and a beautiful and luxurious one at that. I have no desire to live in Dallas (been there, done that), but I could easily live in this place.




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    • Daniel

      Ha. Funny you said that, because photo 7 looks like a Pottery Barn display!




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    • Daniel

      Errrr. Photo 9*




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      • Grrrowler

        Well, now that you mention it, it does…right down to the dowel rods holding things in place and the lights hanging above the cabinet. That would need to be modified were it my apartment, but I’d put up with it as-is as a trade-off to get to enjoy that dining room (and I’d kill for those dining chairs).




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        • Teddi

          Nah. I actually like it. Such an unusual choice for a china/butler’s pantry. Definitely not the norm. Not something I would have ever done, but I don’t think I would change it if I were to live there.




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  • Oliver

    wow, im very impressed… beautiful apartment, classy without being over the top and like Grrrowler said, you can tell that this place was built to be lived in not shown off. I love the dark and light contrasts in almost every room. The architect, interior designer, and builder all did an excellent job!! you can see why its taken 3 years. Now with that said you’d probably never ever catch me spending any amount of “millions” on an apartment… just wont do it for the principle of the matter. Maybe if i had millions to blow, but alas i dont.




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  • Andy

    John Bobbitt huh, I think I would change my name; for those who are old enough to remember who he was.




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    • Teddi

      Hahahahahaha. I’m sure he gets looked at twice whenever he gives his name.




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