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LOCATION: 9339 Hathaway Street, Dallas, TX

SQUARE FOOTAGE: 10,806

BEDROOMS & BATHROOMS: 5 bedrooms & 7 bathrooms

PRICE: $11,500,000 ($12.5 million in 2012)

This French Country inspired stone mansion is located at 9339 Hathaway Street in Dallas, TX and is situated on 2 acres of land.

It was built in 1999 and has recently been remodeled. It features approximately 10,806 square feet of living space with 5 bedrooms, 5 full and 2 half bathrooms, 2-story foyer with staircase, 2-story great room with wet bar, formal dining room, gourmet kitchen, breakfast room, rear staircase, family room, paneled library/home office, game/card room with wet bar, wine cellar, home theater, gym, garage and more.

Outdoor features include a gated entrance, motor court, fountain, patio, swimming pool with spa, cabana with kitchen/BBQ and bathroom, gardens, ponds and more.

It is listed at $11,500,000.

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  • horselips

    Lovely stone construction – classy elevation. Inside – so many great spaces! The foyer, the great room, the home office, and I love a wine cellar furnished for intimate dining. The woodworking throughout is splendid, ceilings are tall, and alfresco facilities are lavish and complete. The price is proud, but at least you’re getting a first-rate mansion, done right inside and out.




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  • Bill_N

    A remodel after only 15 years? New owners?…or didn’t it get done right the first time? Also, a couple odd-angled walls I’m not completely comfortable with. Outside of those two points; not bad at all.




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  • ArchitectureAfficianado

    What a surprise! Another American, beyond pretentious and slavish devotion to bastardizing french country design on an indescribable scale. Although the size is actually sane and could actually be legitimately utilized by a large family for the few years the wealthy live in homes like for the past 10 or so years. Also, a bonus! It’s in Texas which makes it gigantically worse.




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    • DAFW

      I totally agree with the “bastardizing” of french country design. The Facade turned out to be a bit of a mess. But there’s nothing wrong with its location… Texas is an incredible place to live, if you move to any of its major cities of course, and over recent years has become one of the most popular places to move to in America…




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      • ArchitectureAfficianado

        Well, we’re in agreement about this house but that’s about it, DAFW. I’d rather live next to the post-apocalyptic, radio active wasteland that was the Chernobyl nuclear power plant than Texas. The entire state is run by the most horrible religious Zealot Neanderthals who have taken it back in time to 1917 and are the most misogynistic, homophobic and bullying regressive extremists in the whole country.




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        • DAFW

          I’m so glad you made that comment because it shows that you definetly live under a rock. This house is located in Dallas, which just like all the other major cities in Texas, is way more progressive than you would bother to comprehend. You must be talking about Arkansas or North Carolina. I’m not even going to bring up any details because Im wasting my time as it is talking to you.




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          • ArchitectureAfficianado

            While it may be nice that the cities are as progressive as you say, they are still in a state run the above mentioned zealots. State government still has clear and undeniable effect on cities, no matter how progressive, big or successful they might be. Also, I do NOT live under a rock, thank you very much. I’m well aware of the size and robust economies of Dallas, Houston and Austin. They’re still in Texas which renders all homes there unlivable, imo.




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