Location: 10245 Strait Lane, Dallas, TX

Square Footage: 19,184

Bedrooms & Bathrooms: 5 bedrooms & 11 bathrooms

Price: $11,750,000

This newly built French inspired mansion is located at 10245 Strait Lane in Dallas, TX and is situated on almost an acre of land. It was built by renowned home builders Sharif & Munir and features approximately 19,184 square feet under roof.

Square Footage Breakdown:

14,429 square feet of living space

1,443 square foot garage

2,498 square feet of covered exteriors

814 square foot courtyard

The 1st floor of the home boasts an entry foyer with sweeping staircase, 2-story living room with 3 sets of French doors, formal dining room, gourmet kitchen with butler’s pantry, laundry room, breakfast room with side staircase, home office, powder room, family room, guest suite, master bedroom suite with his-and-hers bathrooms and a sitting room, covered porch, 3-car attached garage, 2-car semi detached garage with porte cochere and a veranda with outdoor kitchen . The 2nd floor features a mezzanine, 3 bedroom suites and a game room. The walk-out lower level features a wine cellar, large recreation room with custom bar, two powder rooms, 8-seat home theater and a gym with steam shower. The lower level opens up to a courtyard with covered patio, water feature and a sitting area with fireplace. There is also a swimming pool with spa that flows down into the water feature in the courtyard.

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  • Daniel

    It ain’t bad, there are some instances where it looks like the architect/builder didn’t know what to do with the architecture. The double archways to the right of the front door are distracting. Living room is nice but the fireplace mirror should have gone the entire height of the room, or the columns framing it should have been omitted. Kitchen color is odd, but that is probably the photographer’s fault – almost looks like it is silver leaf.




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  • Grrrowler

    I have to say that I sort of like this. I don’t like the niches to the right of the front door and think it would have looked better with a floating stairway and two levels of windows in that area. But, I appreciate the separate motor court and garage wing, and think it’s fairly attractive from the front. The interior has some possibilities. The furnishings are terrible, but I’m guessing it’s staged anyway. The rooms shown look interesting and could be nice after a proper decorator got hold of them. The kitchen is way too grey, but I’m guessing the HDR photo accentuates that. The sunken courtyard is an interesting idea, and I like that it provides a lot of light to the basement level.




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  • Bella Dunn

    I have to agree with Grrrowler. The kitchen is too grey not my taste. Overall it is a ok home but not for me. Someone I am sure will appreciate it redeemning points. Such as they are.




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  • Mak

    I love the fact that “her” dressing area and bathroom are like 4 times the size of his. Makes a compelling argument for a man cave. 😉




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  • Tigurinn

    The master bedroom on the ground floor?! That’s just as stupid and ugly as in Updown Court




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    • Daniel

      Interesting. I would actually prefer to have the master on the main level – would get tiring going up and down the stairs all day.




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