Where oh where do cheaters go, besides the White House? They end up in glorious places like 3203 Princeton, yeah, in Highland Park. Check out this home, on the market for a mere $1,499,999 for 4129 square feet, .17 of an acre, built by Cole Smith in 1986. There are four cheatin’ bedrooms upstairs, formals down, a pool and spa, guest quarters over the garage, even a wine cellar. That dining room looks like some serious cheating took place there, all that passionate red. I cannot figure out why everything is painted so sherbert-y, unless that is like hinting about “dessert”. The home, unlike a marriage, is super easy maintenance and you just just lock and leave this home — cheaters love that!
The home was designed by the architecture firm of Cole, Ekblad, and Associates, one of the reasons why the current owner bought the place.
Also, he loves to cheat.
Katy Trail access is prime, and you are walking distance to Knox Henderson, yet still on a quiet, private street. You are not, however, close to a Mortons The Steakhouse, where most cheaters dine.
Cheaters need quiet and privacy. But they also need places to meet their “dates”, their “buddies”, their “friends with benefits.”
Now don’t get your hopes up, don’t go marching on over to this house and thinking it’s single. You’re not going to get a ring. The owner is Bobby Goldstein, founder and producer of the show, Cheaters.
I was just giving him a taste of his own medicine.