This 50-acre equestrian estate is located at 12780 Hilltop Road in Argyle, TX. The property features a main house, 3-bedroom guest house, manager’s home, show horse barn, additional barn, round pen, 200′ x 160′ Keiser riding arena, 20 acre hay pasture, stocked lakes, professional zip line, saltwater swimming pool, tree house and a trolley car! There is approximately 15,722 square feet of living space under roof. The English style main house boasts 4 bedrooms, 7 bathrooms, a home theater, model train room, vintage game/arcade room, huge wine cellar, recreation room with billiards table and L-shaped bar, 4-car garage and more. It is listed at $11,000,000.

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  • Daniel

    The front facade ain’t bad but something about the interior bugs me.




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  • Sam

    “The front facade ain’t bad but something about the interior bugs me.”

    The family room looks too cheap for an 11 million dollar home, that’s the problem. However, this is a fun house, I’ll take it. Have fun inside, use some of that 50 acres to build a water park and have fun outside as well.




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  • Chris

    This house screams old Texas money.




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  • Grrrowler

    The exterior and grounds are definitely interesting. The interior simply looks cluttered and dusty. I will say that the zip line would be fun…once. Along with a bowling alley and ballroom that would be the third least desirable feature for me on an estate.




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  • george

    Just after the 1st of the year the price will be reduced to $4.2 mil




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    • Teddi

      Nope, still holding firm




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  • Last Man Standing

    I like it. But even more than I like the house, I like saying “Argyle.”

    I’d like to see the kitchen but the train room is cool. It’s a hobby that they didn’t hide in the attic or garage. I really like the bar.

    But even more I like saying “Argyle.” Say it, you know you want to: “Argyle.” Just repeat it to yourself over and over.
    Now say it in Sean Connery’s voice.
    Now say it in Austin Power’s voice.
    Now Mel Gibson’s.
    Now Ewan McGregor.
    Now you’re getting it. “Argyle”…Gerard Butler, Billy Connolly, Brian Cox, and finally Hagrid- er Robbie Coltrane.
    Now you won’t be able to stop for the rest of the day.
    But back to the house.
    I can’t tell in picture five if that is the dining room or an office. I like the fireplace though.
    In #6 it appears to be an all season porch. If it is, I like it.
    #7 why show us a hallway when you can’t show the kitchen? That’s a mistake.
    Over all I’d rate it a 7 on my taste scale for the office and the outdoor porch and the bar. I’m not a train person but I applaud the effort for the train room. If the office turns out to be the dining room, it drops to a 4………
    ……argyle. Argyle. Argyle :-). I feel better.




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    • mak

      Argyle.

      Ar-guy-ul

      Argy- UL

      AR-gyle.

      Nope. No matter how I say it, it just doesn’t do anything for me.

      Oh well. Another fetish I don’t understand. 😉




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  • rob

    This is somebody’s playhouse. They have a train room, a hobby horse room, an old game room, a theatre and a pool room. This is a bachelor pad.




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  • Sam

    Too much clutter in this house. I like it, but whoever owns this house must have at least one other home because I can’t imagine someone living here full time. It looks old but after looking at the listing I was surprised to see it was built in 2009… Also, pic 4 and 15 are the same.




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  • Hunter

    What a fun estate! You could never get bored here. Plus with all that land the possibilities are endless.




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  • richvanc

    OMG Argyle…??? this house is HOPELESS any way you cut it. The 50 acres wd be nice tho’;)




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  • Teddi

    I bet the owner is a funloving guy. This is one of those homes that you would just love to visit. And kids would have a great time and never want to leave. I think after seeing it, needing to label it an equestrian estate is highly redundant. I don’t think they could have made it any clearer.

    I’ve always wanted an arcade room, so love that. Also love that it is an actual estate. 50 acres is what I expect mansions to be on in Texas.

    Great, fun house, just not my taste.




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