Be the First to Own This Mediterranean Spanish Revival in Old Preston Hollow

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This Mediterranean Spanish revival in Old Preston Hollow is a just-completed custom home with grand spaces and luxe amenities.

You’ll find something new in Old Preston Hollow with a freshly completed Mediterranean Spanish revival with a posh address.

Just completed in December 2016, the sprawling home at 5326 Edlen Dr. is one surprising space after another in its 13,000 square feet. Sitting on just over one acre with dual gated entries, it was designed by architect Lloyd Lumpkins, who has a reputation for unsurpassed quality and echoes of eclectic European architecture in his work.

Located near Walnut Hill Lane and Inwood Road, it’s in a coveted part of Old Preston Hollow, an area named for its wooded areas with creeks and hollows. Today, arching shade trees and proximity to the Bachman Branch creek keeps that sense of natural beauty.

This manse has six bedrooms, two of which are dual masters; eight full bathrooms; three half baths; and a library.

“This extraordinary residence offers a two-piece clay-tile roof with copper flashing, a flexible floorplan, premium finishes throughout, a first-floor master suite, five fireplaces, an elevator, a seven-car garage, and a one-car lift,” said listing agent Patricia Stampley with Ebby Halliday Realtors. “Featuring quality construction and exceptional attention to detail, this property is ideal for everyday living and for entertaining on a grand scale.”

Don’t miss the open house this Sunday, April 2, from 2-4 p.m. Here’s a sneak peek!

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In addition to a seven-car garage, this estate offers a porte-cochère and ample parking in front. Perfect for the valet when you entertain!

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The two-story entry hall with wrought-iron detailing and custom double front doors.
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Arched doorways are just one of the elegant architectural details throughout.

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One of four living areas, located off the grand entryway, with incredible decorative plaster ceiling.

“Stately” only begins to describe the spaces in this estate. What a grand entrance, with a soaring, wood-beamed ceiling, gently curving staircase with detailed wrought-iron railing, and distinctive diagonal limestone floor inset with diamond black granite accents and a frame.

Just off the entryway, find the first of four living areas — those herringbone hardwood floors make me swoon. The pattern continues in the stone fireplace with a cast stone mantel, three contemporary crystal-and-chrome chandeliers, and a wall of built-in bookshelves.

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The spacious family room with tinted plaster walls.
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Can you imagine the parties you could throw in a house with rooms like this? Such gracious spaces!

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Moving further into the house, another living room offers plentiful natural light, hardwood floors, tinted plaster walls, and a high, beamed ceiling. The detailed millwork and museum-quality finishes run throughout this property.

I love the “green” features here, like a 16+ SEER AC, low-E windows, foam insulation, a high-efficiency water heater, and a tankless water heater. That’s a trend in luxury construction, I’ve noticed.

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Could that island be any bigger? How perfect.

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I just love the stone backsplash and detailed accent over the range, with a pot-filler, of course.

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A butler’s pantry off the kitchen.
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A perfect space for caterers to set up during parties.
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Three sets of double doors in this living room open to the outdoor entertaining areas.

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The kitchen (or should I say “kitchens,” since there’s a full catering kitchen and butler’s pantry nearby, too) inspires me, with its black leather granite island, wood-beamed ceiling, dual dishwashers, warmer drawer, built-in ice-maker, and dual ovens, one of which is convection. Appliances include a Wolf six-burner commercial-grade gas range and a Sub-Zero refrigerator/freezer.

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The media room includes plush seating for six in leather recliners.

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No new luxury construction is complete without a wine room!
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The first-floor master suite is enormous, measuring 30-by-19 feet.

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I could die happy in this bathroom.
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This custom closet alone could sell the house! Wow.
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A guest bedroom with built-in bookshelves.

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The decorative plaster ceiling in this room is a masterpiece.

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Now, let’s talk about these dual master bedrooms. Ahhh-mazing! One is a first-floor space with a marble fireplace, hardwood floors, custom closet system with packing islands, and incredible views of the swimming pool and backyard. Its huge ensuite bathroom has one of the best wet rooms I’ve ever seen, with a stunning soaker tub, marble tile everywhere, architecturally arresting design, stained glass window, dual shower heads, and body sprays.

The second master suite has those same fab hardwoods, a custom closet system, dual sinks, a separate shower, and separate vanities.

I’ve been saving some of the best for last, because you’re going to love the backyard and outdoor entertaining area. Next to the serene swimming pool and spa is a 600-square-foot cabana with outdoor kitchen, fireplace, cabinetry, and wonderful tile work. The yard is graced by mature shade trees and manicured landscaping.

This Mediterranean Spanish revival in Old Preston Hollow is listed by Patricia Stampley for $8.65 million. To schedule a showing, call 972-741-0770 or email

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Outdoor living is elevated with this 600-square-foot cabana with a fireplace, cabinetry, beautiful tile work, and a kitchen.

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Candy Evans

A real estate muckraker, Candy Evans is one of the nation’s leading real estate reporters. She is also the North Texas real estate editor for, CultureMap Dallas, Modern Luxury Dallas, & the Katy Trail Weekly. Candy has written for Joel Kotkin’s The New Geography, Inman Real Estate News, plus a host of national sites. Constantly breaking celebrity real estate news, she scooped former president George W. Bush's Dallas home in 2008. She is the founder and publisher of her signature, and, devoted to the vacation home market. Her verticals have won many awards, including Best Blog by the venerable National Association of Real Estate Editors, one of the nation’s oldest and most prestigious journalism associations. Candy holds an active Texas real estate license but does not sell. She is on the Board of Directors of Braemar Hotels & Resorts (BHR).

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