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With all the notable wealthy inhabitants of Dallas, it should come as no surprise that the city is filled with incredible mansions. We’ve combed the city for some outstanding examples of architecture and style from your fave Dallas celebrities.
The Crespi Hicks Estate
The title of the most expensive single-family home ever listed in Dallas goes to the Crespi Hicks Estate at $100 million. This 32,275 square foot home, built in a charming French chateau style, neighbors President George W. Bush’s property in Preston Hollow. With 25.25 acres of highly manicured and polished landscaping, this mansion brings a bit of the Dowton Abbey lifestyle to Dallas.
Trammel Crow Estate
You might be wondering about the second most expensive listing in Dallas history. That would be the Trammel Crow Estate in Highland Park, listed at almost $60 million. It’s a smaller property than Crespi Hicks, but one of the largest in the considerably denser Highland Park neighborhood. At 10,000 square feet and almost 6 acres, we doubt the owners will run out of space.
Mary Kay Mansion
This 12,000 square foot estate sits on over an acre of land in Preston Hollow, the same neighborhood where our former President George W. Bush lives. Mary Kay made this home famous when she bought it in 1984 and lived there during her rise to prominence. Can’t you just imagine a fleet of pink Cadillacs parked out front?
Deion Sanders’ Sports Paradise
This Prosper, Texas Palace has more sports-amenities than you could possibly ever know what to do with–unless you’re a professional athlete of course. Otherwise how often do you expect to play tennis, football, basketball, and go bowling at your own home? With 29,000 square feet of striking home and somewhere between 9.5 and 109 acres, you can definitely customize this beast of a property.
Lee Trevino’s Putting Greens
This gorgeous, understated home in Preston Hollow echoes the country French style for an easy, comfortable feeling. Though it may look unassuming, the 10,000 square foot home sits on 5 acres and has not one, but two private putting greens on the property. Not bad for a pro golfer!
Philip Johnson House
Philip Johnson was the architect on this historically significant Dallas home in Preston Hollow. It may not look like a traditional estate, but don’t let it fool you. President Obama has visited this 6.45-acre house twice before. That’s fancy!
If you love these gorgeous estates as much as we do and want more photos of the jaw-dropping mansions, head on over to candysdirt.com. There, you can get more scoop on these real estate stories and others. Candy Evans, pictured above on the right, dedicates herself to finding out the real deal on luxury Dallas property gossip. Karen Luter, on the left, worked herself silly selling the Mary Kay Mansion to someone, who, she assure us, does not own a Shark Tank.