This 1983 traditional style home is located at 17340 Club Hill Drive in Dallas, TX and overlooks the Preston Trail & Bent Tree golf courses. It boasts 13,575 square feet of living space with 4 bedrooms, 9 bathrooms, grand 2-story foyer with sweeping staircase and domed skylight, 5 living areas, 2 home offices, main kitchen and catering kitchen, gym with spa, billiards room, gallery rooms, 2-car garage, swimming pool, loggia, formal gardens and more. It is listed at just $1,995,000.

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  • Daniel

    Ya know, for 1983 this ain’t bad. However, the home needs to be toned down and every room needs to be repainted. What room is that with the giant window? I get it’s a nice window and all, but why was it given so much emphasis? The outside of the home looks like a cross between a restaurant and mortuary. Price seems fair considering you’re getting a lot of square footage.




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  • NOVA Ben

    Everything about this place is morbidly, viciously awful. I don’t care if it’s $995,000 or $99,500, they can keep the thing.




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  • Mark

    I’ll take it, party time…




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  • Grrrowler

    What year were these pictures taken? The whole house looks like it’s stuck in a time warp. I can’t remember the last time I saw wallpapered ceilings. Actually, yes I can: it was in my grandmother’s house when I was a kid. The room sizes look decent but even after a full gutting and redecorating, the outside is truly ugly.




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  • lambskin

    I can’t believe that this place is under $2 mil. The neighborhood or lot must not be so great. I am not a fan of the foyer but this would be a good house for entertaining.




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    • Jason

      not at all. this house is in a Far North Dallas neighborhood called Bent Tree. it’s still very upscale and desirable if you have a business in the far flung suburbs and don’t want to commute down to Preston Hollow, Bluffview or the Park Cities. It was developed in the 70’s, so many of the homes are contemporary styles of that era or classical/contemporary blends (like this one) that were popular at the time. There is tear-down and new construction of modern day contemporaries and more accurate classical reference going up in this area. I couldn’t say why it is priced so low. Maybe because it has not been renovated since it was built? Other nearby homes also seem to be more restrained and modest in comparison. I’ve driven by and it does have an excessive amount of architectural flourish that can be toned down or removed and possibly painted a muted color. I would have considered it a tear-down, but seeing the interior shots, I think it could be re-done nicely by a talented architect.

      http://www.dougnewby.com/neighborhoods/Bent_Tree/




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      • NOVA Ben

        The thing that struck me in birds eye view about this place is how much better the lot is than the neighboring homes. I assume it probably sits on a double lot, but it appears to be one of the only ones to do so…I was kind of appalled at how close together all the other homes are…I mean, the only difference between those homes and an opulent townhome is that you won’t hear any thumping on your walls. It looks like each of your shoulders would be touching walls if you walked between homes!




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      • NOVA Ben

        It almost makes me wonder if this home was the “builder’s own” home at one point in the past. Judging by the decor that appears to date directly back to when the home was built, it could even be the original owner who’s selling the place.




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