This French inspired mansion is located at 4248 Armstrong Parkway in Highland Park, TX and situated on almost an acre. It was designed by renowned architect Anton Korn and built in 1924. It boasts approximately 8,004 square feet of living space with 5 bedrooms, 5 full and 4 half bathrooms, spacious formal living and dining rooms, library, office, kitchen, billiards room, 3 fireplaces and a 3-car garage. The grounds boast terraced gardens with fountains, blue stone pathways, guest apartment, swimming pool and a pool house with living area, bedroom, 2 bathrooms and a kitchenette. It is listed at $10,995,000 and this is the first time in 30 years that is has been on the market!

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  • Daniel

    Very quaint home. Price seems steep. The wallpaper and draperies need to go.




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  • NOVA Ben

    Well you can certainly tell this is its first time on the market in quite some time. I actually think that when the current furnishings are out of this place, there are some really good things to work with here. The bones of this home are rock-solid, and I’d leave the exterior completely alone (other than perhaps the guest apartment), both the home’s exterior and the grounds are beautiful. Inside, the proportions look excellent to me, and if the new owner is sensitive in their remodeling, they’ll be able to retain a lot of the established feel that this home already has. Carpets and wallpapers have to go, obviously, but there’s plenty to like here. The extremely limited bathroom photographs and complete absence of kitchen photos are worrying to me, but other than that it looks like an attractive chance at a historic home.




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  • Jason

    this is a marvelous home that I’ve driven by many times. if the new owners have any sense in their head they will retain as much as possible and be sensitive to the renovation. Anton Korn is legendary as a former architect of some of Dallas’ grandest homes. abother one of his French influenced marvels was also recently listed and only two doors down.




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  • Grrrowler

    The exterior is gracious looking, and I like it. It’s a nice in-city mansion on a suitably large lot. The interior has a strong grandma vibe going on, and that needs to be replaced. With the outdated furniture and competing patterns removed, it could be a really lovely house. The price does seem kind of high, but if I had to live in Dallas it would be in Highland Park, and this could make a nice home.




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  • lambskin

    Early 1970’s decor gotta go-assume kitchen and baths dated too. Nice house and great size dining room. Overpriced




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