An estate in Dallas that is comprised of two mansions connected by a 10-car garage is now on the market. This luxurious double mega-mansion, which is a part of the wealthy Preston Hollow community, is now for sale priced at $32 million.
The two large mansions are measured in a total of 37,000 square feet with a 10-car garage and motor court, eight bedrooms including the primary suite, 22 bathrooms, 10 indoor and outdoor living spaces, four dining spaces, full gym, wine cave, billiard room with wet bar and media room.
The estate also boasts of basketball courts, golf simulators, a resort-style swimming pool and an adjacent water park with a lazy river, tennis court, padded gymnastic room, and bowling alley.
The mega estate of two mansions is listed by Dan Nicoloff with Engel & Voelkers Dallas Park in Dallas, Texas.
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The phrases “bigger in Texas” and “over-the-top” might have been coined in Dallas. Now putting both phrases to the test are two Dallas mansions turned into one, the brainchild of Richard and Stephanie L. Malouf.
The Maloufs already owned one of the mansions, a 15,000-square foot French manor, designed by Robbie Fusch and built by Bob Thompson, which they purchased in 2008 for $10.5 million. When the mansion next door was reduced to $7.95 million from $12 million, they bought it at $6.975 million.
The mansion(s), now connected by a 10-car garage and motor court, contains 37,000 square feet, eight bedrooms including the primary suite with his/her baths and cavernous dressing rooms, 22 baths, 10 indoor and outdoor living spaces, four dining spaces, full gym, wine cave, billiard room with wet bar and media room.
All rooms are lavishly appointed. Additionally, there are indoor and outdoor basketball courts, golf simulator, a resort-style swimming pool and adjacent water park with a lazy river, tennis court, padded gymnastic room, and bowling alley.
Over-the-top Dallas mega-mega mansion on over five acres in the wealthy Preston Hollow community is asking $32 million.