Location: 4000 University Boulevard, Dallas, TX

Square Footage: 8,144

Bedrooms & Bathrooms: 4 bedrooms & 6 bathrooms

Price: $4,000,000

This yellow-colored stone mansion is located 4000 University Boulevard in Dallas, TX and is situated on almost half an acre of landscaped land. It was built in 2004 and features approximately 8,144 square feet of living space with 4 bedrooms, 6 bathrooms, foyer with grand y-shaped staircase, formal living room with fireplace, formal dining room with fireplace, his paneled office with fireplace and French doors leading to patio, gourmet kitchen, breakfast room, family room with fireplace and custom wet bar, screened-in porch off master suite, her paneled office on 2nd floor with built-in bookshelves, playroom, home theater, 3-car garage, patio, and a swimming pool with spa.

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  • rob

    Nice enough executive level home near the city center. This is for a working professional or a high level executive. Not a monster CEO, like the previous house. The woodwork seems kind of overdone here. Nice enough layout on the lot. Looks to be on a busy street with a lot of similiar homes.




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  • Daniel

    Not bad but way too frilly. Some of the rooms remind me of a hotel.




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  • Otessa Regina Compton

    Really does look grand. I especially like the bar and the bathroom area. I would change the rails to brass to give it an extra lift.




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  • FireCaptain

    Exterior stone construction is great.Looks really well done. Interior is gaudy and gives me a headache. Why could they not stick with the interior of the entry throughout the home? That flooring is world class. Charge the interior decorator with crimes against humanity.




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  • Venom

    I really like it a lot and the price is not crazy. I could live here.




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  • Puresouthern

    I like the stairs and the office. Everything else (decor wise) is just too much.




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    • Puresouthern

      🙁 this one should not have appeared. Sorry for double posts.




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  • Puresouthern

    I like the stairs and the office. Everything else (decor wise) is just “too”. Thats all I got “too” ……and not in a good way. I cant get past the decor to look at the layout.




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  • Teddi

    Guess I’m the odd man out. I like it. The decor isn’t something I would do but I thought it worked well. Tasteful. Not over the top. And not blah. There’s a luxuriousness to it that comes across more as cozy than ostentatious or gaudy.

    So many of these mansions look like museums, you can’t imagine a family living there and definitely not a family with kids. But this one looks like people could actually live there, happily.

    Loved the woodwork. Love dark wood as long as they look like this. High gloss. Not like the European mansion from a few days back. Dark and dull wood that just sucks the life and light out of the rooms. This is how dark wood should look in a house.




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