This luxurious English-inspired estate is located at 4555 Harrys Lane in Dallas, TX and is situated on 1.25 acres. It was built in 1994 and features an 8,843 square foot main house and a 2,821 square foot second house. The main house features 5 bedrooms, 7 bathrooms, 2-story living room with vaulted beamed ceilings and striking stone fireplace, v-shaped grand staircase, formal dining room, paneled library, gourmet kitchen with breakfast room, vaulted family room with stone fireplace and built-in wet bar, sumptuous master suite with 2-story wood paneled closet and private terrace, huge covered patio with vaulted beamed ceiling and outdoor fireplace, swimming pool with spa, gorgeous stone couryard with water feature, sports court, 4-car garage and more. It is listed at $5,495,000. This house screams rustic charm with all the vaulted beamed ceilings. LOVE, LOVE, LOVE!!

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  • Daniel

    it’s an interesting house. The exterior has that Hansel & Gretel charm. I actually like the little alcoves for the candles…must look cool at night. The interior has its merits. The stair design in the living is a welcome change from the double bridal we all too often see. However, I really don’t like the wood used. Maybe it’s the photos, but it looks very dusty and stuck in the 1970s. Funny how the closet is nicer than the kitchen. Pool looks nice. Price seems reasonable compared to other homes we have seen in Dallas.




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    • Kenny Forder

      Agreed, love the stair design. I like that you have to walk through the living room to get to it, don’t see that too often.




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      • Chris

        I too love the stair design. Very nice.




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  • architect121

    it a nice home. I have some problems with the interior, but I happen to like the exterior a lot. It reminds me of this Ferguson and Shamamian home a lot:(the exterior not the interior)

    http://www.fergusonshamamian.com/houses/tulsa-oklahoma




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    • Jason

      it’s funny you referenced thst house in Tulsa- I am in OK City right now and was in Tulsa yesterday and just so happened to stumble across the Fergusen Shamamian house. Tulsa has some great classically designed homes by well known national architects. unfortunatley it was behind tall stone gates and landscaping and hardly visible. Kenny should do a spotlight on Tulsa’s lovely homes. also, BTW everyone should get Fergusen Shamamian’s newish monograph- it’s divine!!!




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      • architect121

        I just got the book! That’s how I became aware of the home. It is truly a wonderful publication, great pictures throughput, and the floorplans are spectacular! I highly recomend it as well. Sad to say I’ve never been to Tulsa, but I havefamly near there so when I make a trip I’ll have to check out the homes!




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  • JFW

    Tacky excess.




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  • Matt

    love this house!!! even though i would only use 1/10th of the closet, it is magnificent!!




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  • NOVA Ben

    Jesus Christ, they need to calm the hell down with whatever they did to the photos…That second to last picture looks like a god-damn Thomas Kinkade painting, and that’s not a good thing.

    The home itself is pretty decent. It’s WAY too beige, and I definitely agree with the “dusty” look that Daniel mentioned. The kitchen needs serious help. The design itself is quite appealing to me though, the outside is charming and the inside, with some color therapy and an updated kitchen, could be great. Love the stair design.




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  • richvanc

    Whoa!…this UGLY MONSTER is NOT inspired by ANY ENGLISH home. I lived over there for 25 years and NEVER saw anything as hideous (sp?) as this!!
    This is an open invitation to arsonists living nearby *weep* ;( seriously?




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    • FireInvestigator

      Arsonists receive open invitations now? Who knew? Sure would make my job easier if I could get a heads up as soon as the invites are mailed. Throw me a bone…lol




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  • Chris

    eh, not the best Dallas mansion we’ve seen here on HOTR in my opinion.




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  • FireInvestigator

    I like it. I think the Stone and Wood pairing give it a Rustic comfy feel. Not over pretentious in glam and glitz. I’d feel comfortable coming home to this home in my jeans and cowboy boots.
    I like wood.Any wood.I like old tight circled wood the best.I love old homes that are built with “True” wood. For those that don’t know this term, it’s used when describing homes that are built *true.Meaning, the 4×4’s are 4×4 and the 2×4’s are really 2 inches by 4 inches. Can you imagine the smell in this home after giving some of that wood an oil treatment? Nice! Be like living in the forest.




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  • lambskin

    The shower stall in pic#10 looks like a dunk tank. I don’t get these ‘room in a room’ showers.




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