Location: 3800 Miramar Avenue, Dallas, TX

Square Footage: 9,972

Bedrooms & Bathrooms: 4 bedrooms & 6 bathrooms

Price: $12,500,000

This newly listed Spanish Revival/Mediterranean style is located at 3800 Miramar Avenue in the Highland Parks section of Dallas, TX and is situated on a half acre corner lot. It was built in 2000 and features approximately 10,000 square feet of living space with 4 bedrooms, 6 bathrooms, 12 foot ceilings, arched entryways and windows throughout, foyer with curved staircase, formal living and dining rooms, great room with coffered ceiling and stone fireplace, custom wet bar, gourmet kitchen, circular breakfast room, family room, home theater, wine cellar, multiple terraces and balconies, 3-car garage and a courtyard swimming pool with spa.

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  • Teddi

    Alright, I will be the first one to say that I don’t know much about Dallas’s land situation, but I have a real issue with mansions being built within spitting distance of other houses. Unless it’s beachfront property where land is scarce, this seems like a ridiculous place to build dream house. Right on the road, close enough to the neighbors to hear them belch after Thanksgiving dinner. Isn’t everything supposed to be bigger in Texas?




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  • Daniel

    My biggest qualm is the lack of a formal driveway. I do like a lot of the interior though. Also at $12 million+ pulling into my garages with my Bentley/Ferrari/Aston Martin, etc through a back alley would be a bit depressing.




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    • Elliott

      I completely agree about the garage situation, it is depressing. The lack of a formal driveway is a function of the building to lot size. I agree with Teddi as well, the lot is way too small for a house that size. I’d rather have that exact layout, scaled down to have smaller rooms in order to have more than a 5′ band of yard around the perimeter of the house. That being said, I do like the garage facade. I find the wood doors and dormers on that elevation quite appealing.




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  • Venom

    $12.5 million for no land on a crappy lot in crappy Dallas seems a little steep. For $12.5 million and 10,000 sq.ft they could not get a gym? WTF is up with the treadmill in the master bathroom?




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  • Grrrowler

    In general, it seems overpriced and underwhelming. The courtyard is lovely, but I’d want a lot more open space for this price. After stripping out all the furniture and many of the wallcoverings, the interior could be decent.




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  • Teddi

    Venom, I completely forgot to mention the treadmill in the bathroom!!! I did a double take when I saw it, and that was my next question, why doesn’t a $12M house have a gym? South Florida is really expensive but for $12M I could get a very nice mansion, perhaps the same land size, but it would be waterfront and have a bloody gym. They should have moved that treadmill somewhere else for the pics, because in looking at the house you may not have realized there was no gym until you see the huge treadmill in the master bath. It calls attention to what rooms might be lacking in a house costing that much.




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  • Elliott

    I actually like some of the configurations and details of this home: the stair in the foyer, the stone spiral stair, the courtyard, the bar area with windows, and the table alcove in the kitchen. The treadmill in the bath is odd.




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