Yes, you heard that right and no, this is not deja vue. The Dallas real estate market is back, and so is Champ d’Or, listed this time with that go-getter of a Rogers Healy, priced at $35 million.
You may recall the 48,000-square-foot Hickory Creek mansion (basically Denton), known as Champ d’Or, which translates to “Fields of Gold,” was put up for auction by Concierge Auctions out of New York March 30, 2012 with a minimum reserve bid of $10.3 million.
Champ d’Or cost about $46 million, took five years to build, and has been sitting on the market for umpteen years. Last market listing was in fact $35 million and at least five local tip-top brokers have attempted to shed the house.
Champ d’Or was modeled after Vaux-le-Vicomte chateau in Paris. Rogers tells me that the new owners, the Tabani family, have completed some renovation and extensive landscaping and I cannot wait to see what they have done to every square inch of this glorious property!