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

Here is Denison, Texas’ most expensive listing, 1388 Elmridge Road. The 7,745 sq. foot main living home takes on a Colorado inspired design with the use of spruce and pine logs built into the construction. Many Colorado homes, especially those within the mountains, are built with a common distinct triangular window pattern off the living room – what picturesque views of the lake right from the couch! The interior is a mixture of designs, from stone to different types of woods. More notable amenities include 5 bedrooms, 4 bathrooms, a billiards room, wooden porte cochere, elevator, incredible views of Lake Texoma, 2 car garage, balconies all along the exterior first floor, and much more. As it says in the listing, “no expensive was spared.” This private and articulate residence is listed for $3,200,000.

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  • rob

    Can’t decide if this is trying to me mountain chalet or western rustic. Either way it doesn’t seem to fit with the Texas hill country. I’m not a big fan of the A frame style and don’t like all the wood. I suppose if you like this style then this would be a good house for you. It seems to be quality built and the furnishings go well with the style. FIRST




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  • George

    I have never seen an “articulate residence” before. I would be impressed if I knew what it ment.




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  • matt c.

    “Articulate residence” must mean it speaks well for itself ?
    LOL




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    • Mak

      I was trying to figure that out too. Thanks!




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    • Kenny Forder

      Maybe he meant to say….immaculate. lol




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  • Daniel

    I liked Lincoln Logs as a kid. I really don’t like this home. I hate the color of the wood used throughout (reminds me of my high school gymnasium floor). The rest doesn’t appeal to me at all. I guess I can credit this home for a having a lakeview…you can see all the way to Oklahoma from the living room. *JOY*




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  • John Burgdorf (North Texas Luxury)

    Lol good point, I have no idea what I meant to say. Maybe immaculate!




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  • richvanc

    Sorry…this house doesn’t [speek] very well to me! So, again, I agree with Daniel…*joy* with some ugly wood to boot!




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  • NOVA Ben

    I agree with most of the opinion here, this style of home seems a little odd for TX. It would look more at home in CO or somewhere in the Rockies where they get snow. I would not like this style of home as my primary residence, but maybe as a getaway. I’m not familiar with regions of TX, so is this home located in an area that would most likely make it someone’s second home? Most of the house was so-so as far as the interior goes…that great room is spectacular, but I feel like that type of room has been done better in other homes that stick closer to the “chalet” theme. The porte cochere, on the other hand, is pretty awesome, I love it.




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  • Oliver

    Eh, i mean the house itself is nice, and the property seems to be nice i guess, but the mixture of the two kills it. now i like a log style mountain home as much as the next guy but for me it has to be in an area that gets SNOW. Texas just isnt cutting it for this home.




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