French-Inspired Estate in Heart of the Most Sought After Enclave in Dallas

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A French-inspired estate in the highly-sought after Preston Hollow neighborhood of Dallas, Texas will be sold at auction with no reserve with Elite Auctions on Saturday, July 20th.

Preston Hollow is one of the wealthiest neighborhoods in Dallas and is named for the deep-wooded area with creeks and hollows. Not only is Preston Hollow home to recent celebrities and billionaires, but "old" ones as well. Some celebrities and influential residents include Former President, George W. Bush, billionaire Mark Cuban, Ross Perot, former Presidential candidate, Roger Staubach, former Dallas Cowboy, Harold Simmons, billionaire investor, and the late Mary Ash Kay, founder of cosmetic company Mary Kay.

This gorgeous four-bedroom estate was masterfully designed by architect Don Caperton and built by Oscar Ponder of Encore Homes. Designed with southern hospitality in mind, this fine four-bedroom home invites guests through sophisticated, French-inspired design and refined details throughout. The downstairs master and guest suite, along with a newly renovated kitchen, including all new cabinetry, large island, built-in Miele coffee bar and high-end appliances offer elevated living. The home has an expansive game room as well as a home theater room and a wood-paneled library. There is programmable Lutron lighting throughout the home.

Four sets of French doors lead outside to a 38-foot-long covered loggia and veranda, featuring two entertaining areas, fireplace, full kitchen and tranquil fountain and meticulously landscaped gardens.

The on-site auction will take place on Saturday, July 20th at 11:00 am (CDT). Registration will begin at 9:00 am (CDT). The closing will take place on September 5th, 2019.

For more information contact Elite Auctions at 214.326.1875 or visit eliteauctions.com/650...

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Built in 2002, the estate is 7,990 square feet in size.

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