Amazing houses in Dallas – particularly in Old Preston Hollow – are common, even expected. Amazing houses in Preston Hollow that are available for immediate occupancy as a renter are almost unheard of.
A classic Georgian estate featuring six bedrooms and seven and one-half bathrooms is available now and “perfect in every way,” according to Susan Matusewicz with Briggs Freeman Sotheby’s International.
The lease price of $30,000 per month might be considered high by some – but look at the bang you’d be getting for your buck.
Built in 1999 and “totally reimagined by the late noted architect Cole Smith in 2008, it features all the warmth and craftsmanship of his most treasured homes along with every possible convenience,” Matusewicz added.
The home features a “dramatic foyer,” because no fancy home is complete without a little drama. A wine cellar, theater, pool, sunroom, and playhouse might be par for the course in this area, but they’re still pretty impressive.
Multiple living areas and a breakfast room offer opportunities for privacy – I mean, come on, it’s on 1.44 acres of land, so you’ll get your “me time.”
Outdoor terraces and a beautiful landscaped lawn make it a great spot for entertaining or just spending time with the fam.
Valued at $7 million, this rental is sure to impress.
The area is within about two miles of several Dallas ISD schools, including John J. Pershing and Sudie L. Williams Gifted and Talented (fourth through sixth grades). Benjamin Franklin Middle School, Hillcrest High School, and Henry W. Longfellow Career Exploratory School also are in close range, as are Wesley Prep Private School and Ursuline Academy of Dallas Private School.
Unique restaurants, Dallas Museum of Art, and Sweet Tooth Hotel also are nearby, and the home has quick access to Walnut Hill Lane and Northwest Highway.
Susan Matusewicz with Briggs Freeman Sotheby’s International is leasing 5138 Deloache Ave., Dallas, for $30,000 per month.