This 25-Acre Dallas Estate Is On The Market For $48.9 Million

By on March 7, 2018 in ArticlesCelebrity Homes

Only eight minutes from downtown Dallas, you'll find Walnut Place, a sprawling estate situated in the exclusive Preston Hollow neighborhood. At an asking price of $48.9 million, the mansion is Texas's most expensive real estate listing.

Originally built in 1938 by renowned Swiss-born architect Maurice Fatio, the residence – formerly known as Crespi Estate – was restored and expanded in the early 2000s by Dallas-based builder John Sebastian and New York City–based architect and interior designer Peter Marino.

The 25-acre property includes four structures: the main house, recreation center, guest house, as well as the original family house and apartment. The 10-bedroom, 12-bathroom main house has more than 27,000 square feet of living area. Everything really is bigger in Texas, after all.

See what's hidden behind the wrought iron gates:

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