This Traditional style mansion is located at 6168 Beverly Drive in Frisco, TX. It was built in 2005 and boasts exquisite details such as hand-crafted millwork throughout, stone columns, solid core 8′ alder wood interior doors, hand forged bronze and iron light fixtures, reclaimed antique terra cotta, limestone, onyx, tumbled marble, walnut and cherry hardwood floors throughout. The interior offers 8,919 square feet of living space with 4 bedrooms, 5 bathrooms, formal living and dining rooms, gourmet kitchen, hearth room, computer room, gym and more. There is also a loggia with outdoor fireplace, swimming pool, detached guest house and a 4-car garage  It is listed at $4,999,999.

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  • Daniel

    Front is a little too Disney-esque for my tastes. Interior is appealing with some oddities sprinkled here and there. Master bedroom looks tiny and I hate the vanity in the bathroom. Piano in the entrance hallway looks stupid. I am also really amazed at how compact these lots are. Here I thought acreage in Texas would be abundant and cheap…seems I’m wrong.




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  • Sam

    Everything is good except for the roof pitch on the tower, it’s WAY too high. Also, I don’t really care for the location.




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  • mattc.

    Very well done.
    Again…lot is too small.




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  • Grrrowler

    The front definitely has a Snow White vibe. If the tower were redesigned it would be a little better. The interior has some decent decorative elements, but overall almost every room in the pics looks awkwardly proportioned. That just kills it for me.




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  • NOVA Ben

    Proportions are definitely funky, Grrrowler. A split-second glance at the photo gallery had my hopes up…might’ve been the warm colors, but when I actually looked at everything I wasn’t impressed. The overall feel of the whole place just isn’t right. “Disney” is a good way to describe the exterior…Disney or not, though, the home is just jam-packed onto the lot. It makes your neighbors too close, the home too close to the street…it just doesn’t leave any room to breathe, which is what a home this size needs.

    Really don’t like this.




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  • Venom

    I like it.




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  • Scott

    The only good thing about the facade is that it is somewhat screened by the trees. How do people come up with these designs? It looks like someone Googled “chateau” and then proceeded to cut and paste elements they liked together into one very ugly, very confused building. What is with the massive roof on the 1.5 story wing to the right of the entry? It looks like a tumor! And the squat staircase tower? I can’t imagine looking at the blueprints for this home and thinking “that’s my dream home, I want to spend $5 million dollars building it”………………….




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    • Scott

      I meant to say to the left of the entry…




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  • Brian

    I agree with almost everything that has been noted, but I’ll add one more design blunder. The library has an atrium, or balcony, on the first level. It’s quite standard to have it on a second or mezzanine level, but it is simply ridiculous on the first. It does nothing for the dining room below, and compromises both the look and functionality of the library. Just plain stupid…




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  • joejoe509

    Lol. My first thought was also Disneyland. I thought I’d be all clever and original with a Snow White comment, but obviously I am not alone. 🙂

    You know… I could probably forgive the overly (so bad it’s almost a joke) castle-esque exterior because I really like the interior. Sure the layout may be a little odd, but the colors and the materials used appear top-notch. I’m also completely in love with that outdoor living area and the landscaping! Overall, this house looks very comfortable and suited to its environment.

    Are the rooms oddly proportioned or are the pics just oddly rescaled? It looks like someone took wide angle pictures and incorrectly shrunk them to fit into a square. I’m not convinced that all the rooms are really this badly skewed.




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