One of the modern Dallas contemporary houses referred to as “the salad spinner” home is now on the market. This ultra-contemporary mansion in Dallas is priced at $7.95 million.
The mansion is measured at 14,795 square feet with a curvature and window arrangement that resembles a salad spinner. It has formal rooms, a catering/chef’s kitchen with an eat-in area and barstool seating, seven bedrooms, eleven bathrooms, two fireplaces, and a wet bar. Outside, there is a four-car garage, huge terraces, and outdoor kitchen, dining area, a fire pit, and a curved, infinity-edged pool.
The ultra-contemporary salad spinner mansion in Dallas is listed by Briggs Freeman of Sotheby’s International Realty.
Dallas has grown up – no longer the shoot ‘em up mix of southern style mansions with a cowboy twist and no longer flashy with all that oil money. Today, Dallas is sophisticated, svelte, high-tech and its architectural trends are some of the most surprising in the country.
Dallas homes coming on the market these days include dramatic contemporaries with sunlight washing over geometric interiors from glass walls and skylights, glancing off of surface materials that are the best money can buy. One such modern masterpiece has just come back on the market.
Referred to as “the salad spinner” home due to its curvature and window arrangement, this 14,795-square-foot mansion was originally built for Christian country singer Darren Kozelsky. Designed with entertaining in mind, the living areas open to the terraces with views of the dramatic curved, infinity-edged pool seen immediately upon entering.
The interior contains formal rooms, a catering/chef’s kitchen with eat-in area and bar seating, seven bedrooms, eleven baths, two fireplaces, a wet bar, and more. Outside, there is a four-car garage, huge terraces that surround the home, an outdoor kitchen, dining area, and fire pit. A house with multiple glass walls, privacy has been carefully designed into the exterior grounds.
Dramatic “salad spinner” curved, ultra-contemporary Dallas mansion back on market. Originally listed for $11.5 million, now priced at $7.95 million.