This stone mansion is located at 5424 Edlen Drive in the Preston Hollow area of Dallas, TX. It was built in 1992 and completely reconstructed and added on to in 2009. It boasts 9,110 square feet of living space with 5 bedrooms, 5 full and 3 half bathrooms, formal living and dining rooms, gourmet kitchen, breakfast room, family room, library, 2nd floor loft area, game room, media room, gym, screened in porch, swimming pool with cabana and more. It is listed at $4,450,000.

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  • Daniel

    Exterior is very nice but the interior is lacking character. Granted it was originally built in 1992 and not the 1920s. Price seems lower than I would expected. Is this area not that desirable compared to other parts of Preston Hollow?




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  • Grrrowler

    The exterior is OK, but it doesn’t thrill me. I don’t understand the walkway from the front door ending in the middle of the front yard. Is there a circular drive that’s hidden in the pic? The interior is way too plain, although the size of the rooms looks decent. The price does seem low, but there are many other large houses in the area at or below the price per square foot of this one.




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  • NOVA Ben

    The exterior doesn’t impress me too much…It’s okay, and I think the stone saves it for me.

    Inside, I can see what they were going for…simple, sleek, and unadorned but still traditional in style, and some rooms work better than others for me. I like the kitchen and the room in photo 3, but elsewhere is a little uninspired. Fortunately I don’t think it’d be too hard to spruce it up decor-wise. I wonder what it looked like before the “reconstruction”…which brings up something else…what exactly do they mean by “reconstructed”? I know this is isn’t the case, but the first thing that came to mind when I saw that word was that the home had been destroyed by fire and that the home was rebuilt to the same floorplan. It’d be nice if they were a little more clear on what exactly was done. It looks like it was probably a simple remodel, but that is not the same thing as reconstruction.




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  • Brijbhushan Bhattadri

    I’m a little confused by the “reconstruction” term myself, though the house looks nice if a little sparse to my eyes. The interiors would look better with different furniture – what little furniture there is inside seems like an afterthought. Zillow shows a tax assessment of 1.87 million in 2006, so the “reconstruction” and additions must have been substantial. Like the style or not, it does look like a nicely built house. That said, the illow valuation is lower than the listed price, though not by as much as in many other cases. Looks like the selelrs have their heads on straight and no wild daydreams of how much they could get out of this sale.




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