UNLISTED: Beautiful Mediterranean on Beverly

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3516 Beverly Front

This week’s Unlisted Home of the Week from The Unlisted is a home on a street that needs no introduction: Highland Park’s Beverly Drive.

But you won’t find this hot, hot home on MLS because the owners would prefer this beauty to be marketed on the down low, out of the big open marketplace full of looky-loos. Perhaps the owners are exceedingly private, or perhaps they’d rather test the waters among a more exclusive clientele. Here on CandysDirt, though, we can offer you an exclusive peek inside this incredible hip pocket UNlisted listing.

Jump to see inside this luxurious property!

This home has the best representation in Allie Beth Allman Realtor Doris Jacobs, who chose to market this five-bedroom, five-full-and-two-half-bath showplace with the hottest new site for slinging high-end real estate, The Unlisted. This stunning Mediterranean at 3516 Beverly has memorable interiors and a roomy, 80 x 195 lot on Highland Park’s most sought-after street. It is marketed for $7.9 million.

What do I love best about this home? It has to be the master suite, which is nonpariel. Coming in a close second is the backyard, which absolutely makes the most of the limited space that is left after you place a 9,084-square-foot home on a 195-foot lot. Of course, everything is absolutely stunning in this home, from the custom finishes on the Ventian plaster walls, the gorgeous hardwood and stone floors, and the kitchen, which has commercial-grade appliances and tons of captivating details.










There is such a splendid mix of woodwork and stone details throughout this home, with gorgeous herringbone floors in the study, which has a gorgeous coffered ceiling and walls dripping with built-in bookcases, all of which surround a lovely red-tiled fireplace. It is stately without being overdone, and has a timeless feeling despite this home being built in 1997.

The living room has an imposing stone fireplace, which helps to show off the exposed, hand-carved beams above. It is open to the kitchen, but still feels warm and intimate. In the dining room, you get an incredibly regal place to entertain, with a beautiful chandelier and built-in lighted niches. There’s a dramatic, soft curve to the room, which gives it a feminine quality.

The kitchen, which is a work of art, features beautiful Mission-style stained glass pendant lamps above the spacious island. The whole room echos the rest of the home, with beautiful cabinetry, high-end granite counters, commercial-grade appliances, and a keeping room just off to the side complete with a kitchen dining area.





Now, the master suite is fit for royalty, that’s for sure. This room is gigantic, and feels so plush. There’s a fireplace, a sitting area, tons of space for furniture, and it connects to an absolutely sublime master bath. This is a retreat, y’all. This is a place where you can run when everything is too much, maybe after too much family, too much wine (is there such a thing? haha!), or perhaps you just want to admire your closet. We all get to that point, but only the lucky buyer will get that chance in this beautiful spot.





Ahhhhhh… I’m just so much more calm after just looking at this master bath. That’s how incredible it is. I’d never leave, and that’s the truth.

This home also has a game room, a private apartment, a three-car garage, and a great little pool just off of the easy-to-maintain lawn and lovely first-floor terrace. This is a home you can truly fall in love with, so it’s no wonder that the owners have chosen to market it to a very limited pool of people who will truly appreciate its charm.

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Joanna England

If Executive Editor Joanna England could house hunt forever, she absolutely would. Instead she covers the North Texas housing market and the economy for CandysDirt.com. While she started out with the Real Estate Center at Texas A&M University, Joanna's work has appeared in The Dallas Morning News as well as several local media outlets. When she's not knitting or hooping, or enjoying White Rock Lake, she's behind the lens of her camera. She lives in East Dallas with her husband, son, and their furry and feathered menagerie.

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