Location: 5950 Deloache Avenue, DallasTX

Square Footage: 15,254

Bedrooms & Bathrooms: 4 bedrooms & 11 bathrooms

Price: $37,500,000

This grand estate, dubbed “The Baron House”, is located at 5950 Deloache Avenue in Dallas, TX and is situated on 9 landscaped acres. It was designed by acclaimed architect Robert A.M. Stern and built in 1997. It is owned by Lisa Blue Baron, a trial lawyer and Fred Baron’s widow. Fred was one of the founders of Baron & Budd, P.C., a Dallas, TX law firm and a former president of the Association of Trial Lawyers of America. The estate currently serves as a venue for as many as 35 events a year.

It features a 3-story main house with 5-car garage and a 2-story guest house with 2-car garage. The English Regency/Federal style brick main house features approximately 15,254 square feet of living space with 4 bedrooms, 6 full and 5 half bathrooms, foyer with marble floors & sweeping staircase, formal living and dining rooms, gourmet kitchen, breakfast room, home office, 2 libraries, sunroom, leather-walled billiards room, indoor swimming pool with spa and much more. Outdoor features include terraces, swimming pool with spa, tennis court and a lake.

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  • Eric2

    Ok, I will skip spending a page on how absurdly over priced this mess is, and instead go after what an immense disappointment the interior is…

    Looking at the first two pictures of the outside, this is yet ANOTHER house in which I looked at it, held my breath and said “This COULD be wonderful!” and had my hopes dashed against a jagged blood encrusted rock!

    I mean, look at the outside for a moment… Landscaping! Secluded gardens and private areas! A wonderfully private pool and pool house! And the main house which has avery traditional exterior look to it! This has “Estate” written all over it!
    And we know how much I love ‘true’ estates!

    And then… then the inside?

    Gaudy Gilded Gold.
    Eye searing whites.
    And tacky TACKY wall paper as far as the eye can see!

    It, COULD have been wonderful… And it so was not…

    Eric The “Architecture Curmudgeon”




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    • Andrew

      I won’t bother saying anything, you nailed it 🙂




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  • Emmanuel

    Architecturally, great home by Robert A M Stern. In New york City his building, 15 Central Park West, is Manhattan most soughyt after residential building. The Dean of the Yale School of architecture is one of the greatest in his field. But as said in the previous posts in this case the owners and their interior designer destroyed Stern’s plans and vision. The result is a mess…sad.




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