Location: 10210 Strait Lane, Dallas, TX

Square Footage: 11,387

Bedrooms & Bathrooms: 5 bedrooms & 11 bathrooms

Price: $27,500,000

This newly listed Contemporary style estate is located at 10210 Strait Lane in Dallas, TX and is situated on over 6 acres of land. It was designed by architect Philip Johnson and built in 1963 for construction magnate Henry C. Beck. In 2010 the architecturally unique home was completely renovated by Dallas architectural firm Bodron+Fruit. It features a main house & guest house.

The main house features approximately 11,387 square feet of living space with 5 bedrooms, 7 full and 4 half bathrooms, 2-story foyer with double floating staircase & mezzanine, formal living room with fireplace, formal dining room, gourmet kitchen, breakfast room, family room, home office, library, billiards/media room, garages and more.

The guest house features a living/dining room and kitchenette.

Outdoor features include 2 gated entrances, a interior courtyard with water feature, swimming pool, tennis/basketball court and gardens.

It is listed at $27,500,000.

CLICK HERE FOR THE LISTING

CLICK HERE FOR THE ARTICLE

  • Daniel

    It’s hideous. The atrium with the dual staircases is a waste of space. Give me a home half the size in the Hollywood Hills over this.




    0



    0
  • Chris

    Designed by Philip Johnson, this house is his ONLY house in the city and is a Dallas landmark. Architecturally speaking, it’s one of the city’s most prominent and important mansions. It’s a jewel of midcentury modern architecture and I love it. The carpet in the formal dining room is something I don’t like but overall it’s fantastic. I’ve always loved this house. The restoration that was done in 2010 extensively modified the house for modern living without damaging the property. If anything, the restoration enhanced the property. That being said, given the pedigree of the house and how strong the high end real estate market in Texas is, the house will sell fairly easily.




    0



    0
    • Cindy Richard

      I couldn’t agree with you more, this house is beautiful keeping with it’s integrity. I have watched this estate for years and finally get to see the inside makes me love it even more.




      0



      0
    • Jack

      During the restoration they should have repaired or replaced the ceiling of the room shown in picture 15.




      0



      0
  • horselips

    testing




    0



    0
  • horselips

    why does it work when I post “testing” but not when I write anything else?




    0



    0
    • John

      it looks like you wrote something other than “testing” and it worked out…




      0



      0
  • horselips

    yeah – it will post stuff like this, but not my comments. Go figure.




    0



    0
  • horselips

    A monument to commercial-corporate-industrial design and décor. This mansion is a crime against nature inside and out. There is nothing here even remotely justifies half the asking price.




    0



    0
  • RickAce

    Upon first sight (pic#1) I thought it looked like a county library. Not my “cup of tea”.




    0



    0