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Check out this stunning newly listed Mediterranean villa in Dallas near Love Field Airport. It’s in Bluffview Estates within a very private and secluded wooded neighborhood. The 5 bedroom/5 bathroom Mediterranean inspired casa boasts 7,863 sq. feet of living space on 1.3 acres. The undoubtedly Spanish style blends in with the surrounding green atmosphere just perfectly – a villa nestled within the trees. The circle drive leads right up to the front facade and slightly off-centered built main home. Nature surrounds the estate with bountiful and mature trees and plants. The back includes a cabana with a fireplace and several lounge areas and a majestic blue pool – the colors fit in wonderfully. Other amenities include a 5 car garage, master suite, professionally manicured grounds, media room, library, living room with bar, an exercise room, and lots more – I think I just found yet another dream home! Your paradise is listed for $6,395,000.

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  • Barney

    Truly lovely home……and almost reasonably sized, too. Gorgeous landscaping & plantings, and very well done, architecturally coordinated interior design too. The two are in pretty damn good keeping with each other.

    One glaring mistake though…….the dining room CEILING being the exact same blood red paint color as the walls…….talk about TOO MUCH red. Paint that ceiling a coordinating color, and that’ll take care of it. I’d never live in Texas though…..it’s a steam room 8 to 9 months outta’ the year…..waaaaay too hot.




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    • Daniel

      Almost reasonably sized meaning its too damn small. That living is laughably small.




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      • Barney

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  • Barney

    And….check out the slide show photo tour on the agents web site you guys………..it’s like a SPASTIC eight-year-old put it together! Absolutely juvenile, STUPID and HUGELY annoying to listen to. I shut off the sound immediately, and still lost patience with the childish animated images….then went through the pics on my own. Somebody needs to tell that Agent to LOSE that tour, pronto.




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    • Grrrowler

      It’s like a Sesame Street real estate video! Terrible, just terrible. I’m embarrassed for the agents.




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  • Grrrowler

    I like the outside much more than the inside. I quite like the back yard with the large paver stones set into grass to make basket weave. The rest of the landscaping looks really nice too. Inside, the foyer looks good, and I appreciate that the owners/decorator resisted the urge to put a large table in the middle of the foyer. The rest of the rooms don’t do anything for me. The paint treatments don’t look attractive to me, at all. Maybe it’s just the pics. I don’t like any of the choice of rugs either (and yes, I know the house doesn’t include the rugs). It’s not as bad as some of the stuff we’ve seen in TX, but not one of my faves.




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    • NOVA Ben

      I’m with you on your assessment of the home.

      I’m not a big fan of the interior, but for me I think it’s just that it all feels too formal. Formal living and dining rooms are fine, but even the informal areas feel too uptight and rigid…although I suppose that has a lot to do with how you choose to furnish the home.

      I agree with you on the landscaping though, absolutely gorgeous. I really love the paver stone look with the grass in between, it really works wonders here. So many times I see backyard patio/pool areas that have huge expanses of stone with nothing to break it up, but I think the grass really brings a soft comforting feel to this area…it brings nature that much closer to your backyard entertaining experience. I realize that if you owned this home you’d have people hired to take care of your landscaping, but DAMN, can you imagine how big a pain that grass would be to maintain, poking out from around every single stone?!?




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  • Daniel

    It’s an okay house. They went overboard with the faux-finishing, and some rooms look very low. The pool area is very nice.

    I’d never pay over $6 million for this though. You can have a direct intracoastal home here in S. Florida for that price.




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    • Barney

      It’s the END OF THE WORLD!!!

      WE actually AGREE ON SOMETHING!!!




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  • robert

    It looks like an ad you would see in AD or Florida Homes magazine. Not one of the homes featured but one of the ads with the heavy stone fireplaces, that are really very cookie cutter, and the overdone woodwork. The outside looks good.




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  • Jason

    this is one of my all time favorite houses in Dallas! glad to see it made it on the website. the exterior is beautiful and is actually a main house and a dependency that can’t be captured by a normal camera. I too was very unimpressed with the interior. I expected something more worldly and sophisticated and not Texas ranch meets Gothic. the living room seems like it’s compressed and probably has better scale than the picture belies. it seems to be a problem with certain realtor photos. Larry Boerder, the architect, is beyond reproach and certainly knows how to proportion nd scale rooms.




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  • richvanc

    i think it’s HAUNTED~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~




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  • Oliver

    Well theres no doubt about it, its a gorgeous home, ive seen this one before. i like the ironwork in the foyer and the exposed beam ceilings. all the rooms look perfectly decorated and painted but its almost too perfect and too formal. rooms could be a little larger too. That pool area and backyard are absolutely gorgeous. i love the stones but they’d definitely be a pain in the ass as NOVA pointed out… not that youd do the landscaping though. BEAUTIFUL!




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