This Neo Classical mansion was built in 1983 and was restored/remastered in 2008. It is located at 3709 Gillon Avenue in Highland Park, TX and is situated on 0.32 acres. The interior exudes Palm Beach chic  and boasts 11,800 square feet of living space with 6 bedrooms, 7 full and half bathrooms, wide-plank oak floors with French Limestone, dome skylight, forma living and dining rooms, gourmet kitchen with weathered cedar ceiling, master suite with gym and imported onyx bath, elevator, loggia with outdoor kitchen, steam room and sauna, swimming pool with spa and more. It is listed at $5,949,000.

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  • Daniel

    The exterior is super ugly. It just seems…flimsy. I do like the iron and glass doors though. Backyard is very small and instead of those toothpicks in the backyard, I would install a 10-foot ficus hedge to block the other homes as much as possible.

    Inside is very nice. I like the eclectic feel to it. Only problem I can see is the 2 cheap and unnecessary chairs next to the stairway – not really smart reducing the space between the chairs and stairs to 18 inches or so.




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    • Kenny Forder

      I agree with you on the exterior; nothing beautiful about it.




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  • Nalin

    the front looks a little odd, but everything else seems to be very nice




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  • Grrrowler

    I agree with everyone else that the exterior is kind of terrible. As for the interior, I like certain elements of it, but overall I just can’t get excited about it. The bones of the house are OK, but I don’t like any of the furnishings. None of the furniture is my style, and even the area rugs (except the one with the hearts) are murky and dull. My favorite room is the kitchen, but even then I don’t like the layout. To me, the interior as a whole it comes across as very stilted and not entirely comfortable.




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  • robert

    Don’t like the exterior at all and this house is crammed into that lot. Interior is OK. I wouldn’t want it.




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  • George

    A 28 year old house, on less than 1/3 of an acre, in Texas, what a deal for only 6 million dollars.




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    • Barney

      YIKES, and how, George?! Really….a “deal”, for no privacy at all (basically) from your neighbors in back, and a front, exterior design that looks like an after thought?? Hmmmmm…….

      Inside I think the house has been done quite nicely indeed. The master bath is breath taking, and the kitchen is gorgeous, except for that breakfast area with the entirely-too-formal & glamorous Strauss or Swarovski crystal chandelier and way over sized table & chairs. They’re all too formal to be right next to the kitchen. Overall, I really like the interior design, less so on the much-too-big furniture in some of the rooms. But, again……..FIVE POINT NINE FIVE MILLION for only a third of an acre, due to a house that’s waaaaay too huge for the lot in the first place?? I definitely think not.




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  • Iemand

    Well, the exterior looks bad, the lot is bad (to small, no privacy).
    House interior looks cramped sometimes (picture #3 for example).
    Style of the interior is not bad.
    I agree with Daniel about the chairs, that was a bad decision, but that isn’t really a problem is it?




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    • Daniel

      Those chairs are a deal-breaker 😉




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  • Oliver

    The exterior is definitely ugly, no one is ever going to sit in those chairs by the stairs… they take up most of the hall.. the house isn’t even that big and theres 3 dining rooms with similar layouts, table sizes and everything… just seems a little redundant. the lot is minuscule, definitely a deal breaker for almost 6M. there are some nice elements inside, i like the foyer floor and i really like the kitchen island the way they wrapped the stone around the sides.




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