This Mediterranean style mansion boasts a stone exterior and is located at 3512 Euclid Avenue in Highland Park, TX. The fairly new home, built in 2007, boasts a front courtyard with fountain and 9,005 square feet of living space with 6 bedrooms, 6 full and 3 half bathrooms, formal living and dining rooms, gourmet kitchen, great room with vaulted beamed ceiling, wood paneled study, game room with wet bar, wine cellar, home theater, loggia with fireplace and retractable screens, 4-car garage and more. It is listed at $5,495,000.

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  • Jason

    this house is actually not great, but not bad. I’ve seen the original architect’s renderings and if the builder had followed the plan it would have been a more successful house. the interior fittings are tasteful and high quality, but are boring spec luxury builder beige. it does have a clever floorplan that is good at straddling modern open living and more formal entertaining. I’d give at a 7 out of 10. funny thing is it sat on the market almost 10 months, was sold and now is being flipped back on the market after owning it for about 4-5 months. maybe it was too big a house????




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  • Grrrowler

    I like some individual features of the house, but overall it doesn’t do it for me. The interior looks wonky (for lack of a better term) in the pics. The kitchen looks oppressively dark, and why is the microwave so far removed from everything else? It looks like the same wood was used in the library, and it’s just not overly attractive. And, for my taste, I don’t like the floors, either the color or the narrow pattern. I would have to pass on this one.




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  • Daniel

    Eh. It’s okay, but I would imagine for the price you could do a lot better. I don’t really like this area anyways, with its tiny lots and no views whatsoever. As for the home, it has some nice parts, some not so nice parts. I don’t like the wood toned crown molding in some rooms…makes the place look like it was built in the seventies.




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  • NOVA Ben

    I’m a little surprised at the comments on this home so far…I actually quite liked this home looking at the pictures. I must admit that parts of the interior left something to be desired, but the exterior design of the home is gorgeous, at least in my opinion, I love the mix of stone and stucco. The inside is very warm and inviting, which I’m sure would be helped even more with some furniture (I don’t know about anyone else, but I have a hard time visualizing what some homes might look like with the furnishings in place), although a little more variation in colors would be nice…but then again, all that really means is that the new owners will have ample opportunity to let their own personalities shine through with however they choose to paint and decorate. I’m quite the sucker for exposed wood beam ceilings, and I was delighted to see those here too. Overall, the home looks to be quality-built, and other than the typical Dallas problem (really any home in a city I suppose) of overly small lot size, this home ticks a lot of appealing boxes. So could be a little better but could also be a LOT worse.




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    • Oliver

      Ditto. Couldn’t have said it better myself. I love the exterior of this home. Interior is awesome too but like you said lacks a little something to be desired. Overall i would love to live here (minus the location).




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