This French inspired home is located at 3518 Armstrong Avenue in the Highland Park neighborhood of Dallas, TX. Built in 2008, this elegant home modern details with rustic charm. It boasts 12,234 square feet of living space with 7 bedrooms, 6 full and 3 half bathrooms, 8 fireplaces, 2-story foyer with sweeping staircase, formal dining room, 2-story living room with vaulted beamed ceiling, gourmet kitchen with beamed ceiling and furniture grade cabinetry, breakfast room with beamed ceiling, home theater with plush seating, covered patio, swimming pool with cabana, guest house and a 3-car garage. It is listed at $6,475,000.

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  • Grrrowler

    I quite like the front facade of this one. The back isn’t bad, but not as appealing. The interior has some nice details. The decor isn’t my style at all and needs some stronger colors for my liking. But, I think it’s very nice. I like the entrance hall and the gallery, and the beamed-ceilinged living. The beamed ceiling in the kitchen and breakfast room looks kind of busy, but maybe it’s more successful in person. What I truly don’t like are the master bedroom and bathroom; they’re far too beige and white, and the bedroom is too frilly.

    Sadly the house is too big for the lot, but I appreciate that the corner lot was utilized to move the garage away from the main house and put the entrances on the side street.




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  • Daniel

    It’s a beautiful home inside and out. I like it. Exterior looks well done and the proportions look fantastic. The interior is beautiful as-is for the most part. I’d change some colors in the master but that is about it. The Mediterranean home behind this one looks nice as well. Looking at the aerial, they’re layout is very similar and both are under construction in StreetView. Perhaps a builder bought the entire corner and these are two spec homes?




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  • C

    It looks like everything Richard Landry designs.




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  • Venom

    I don’t know, it is a nice home I guess.
    The outside looks way more expensive than the inside does.
    The theater room looks meager and I don’t like the wood beams, or the wood floor color and the foyer is not that impressive for almost $7 million.




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  • Plain J.

    I like the house. However, I agree that the foyer is not impressive for a house that is almost 7 million.




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  • John L.

    I like this house a lot. It is very well done, both inside and out. I love the limestone fireplaces and the living room. I agree that the master suite needs a little more color, and the theatre is underwhelming. I think the foyer is just right.




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  • NOVA Ben

    Looks like a decent place, very bright and airy inside, and like Daniel said the proportions look right. I’d definitely mix up the overly neutral decor with some more exciting colors, but this ain’t bad.




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  • Jason

    no, they are a similar layout but different builders and architects designed these houses custom. Robbie Fusch is the architect of the French home and the Mediterranean home behind it belongs to billionaire Timothy Headington (yes, billionaire and a half acre lot) and was designed by Richard Drummond Davis.




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    • Jason

      this was a reply to Daniel, but I didn’t get it right




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  • Marie

    One of the better looking homes over 10k square feet that I’ve seen on here recently.




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