This is the chandelier that will soon hang in the main foyer of Deion Sanders’ former home in Prosper. Don’t worry: it’s getting all spiffed up. Technically, one grand chandelier will be created out of three identical Statler Hilton Hotel chandeliers from the downtown Dallas hotel undergoing a dramatic restoration. (Some of the crystals are cracked and broken, so restorers will scavenge from the three to create one perfect fixture.) I found it on a tour of the Statler Hilton earlier this week, stay tuned for that report.
As I told you a couple weeks ago, Deion Sanders’ 29,000-square-foot mansion of mansions built in 1999 with turrets and columns and Taj Mahal architectural features on 109 acres is back on the market and better than ever. It has been updated, remodeled, staged, painted, carpeted, freshened — you name it.
The Dallas Morning News just published the listing this week. (Print media is a little slow.)
The Statler chandelier is courtesy of Mehrdad Moayedi, who is completing an extensive renovation of the Statler Hilton in downtown Dallas. His company, Farmers Branch-based Centurion American, is also developing a 22-acre neighborhood around Deion’s former pad, encircling it like a queen’s cushion, called Montclair.
Deion’s big house has been re-named Chateau Montclair.
Chateau Montclair is listed with Ebby Halliday agent extraordinaire David Gloria for $12,750,000.
The home had a football field and tennis court, still has pools (lagoon-style, regular, and indoor), a 12-acre lake now part of the development, yoga room, basketball court, gym, barber shop, arcade, bowling alley, a guest house, and a huge theater/screening room, and sauna. There’s also an awards gallery. The 29,000-square-foot home contains 10 bedrooms and 10 full bathrooms, a commercial-grade kitchen, and soaring two-story foyer. The master closet is the size of most people’s apartments — actually bigger — and there is a sunken sauna tub in the master bath. Don’t forget the turn-table floor in the foyer to the master bedroom, now covered with beautiful carpet.:
in 2014, most of the property was scooped up in a deal arranged by Dallas developer Don Silverman. The plan was to develop most of the Sanders property with upscale Prosper homes. And that is exactly what is happening around the once blue, now sand-pink mansion. There are now four owners of Deion’s former spread: MQ Developers doing the retail development on the corner of Preston and Prosper Trail, Bloomfield developing 82 acres of new homes, Prime Investments marketing the mansion and four adjoining lots, and Centurion American’s 22 acres for million dollar plus homes called The Montclair.
Chateau Montclair is now ready for the next chapter of her life, here she is in all her glory: