Driving down the prestigious, tree-lined streets of Highland Park, you see stunning home after stunning home. However, this special property is one that will stop you in your tracks.
Designed by praised Dallas architect Harwood K. Smith, the 1971-built stunner is hidden behind an ivy-clad exterior that beckons you with mystery and charm. Once you go up the landscaped stairs and through the double glass front door, you’ll be officially head-over-heels in love with this rare, off-market listing.
Full of splendid arched doorways, long hallways, and beautiful spaces for entertaining, anyone who is lucky enough to come to one of your parties here will be enamored. It has surely seen guests and soirees of all kinds considering Richard “Dick” Cheney, former Vice President of the United States, used to call it home.
Imagine the enchanting house filled with people in gowns and tuxes, mingling in the grand living room, indulging in hors d’oeuvres in the dining room, and gazing up at the stars in the lush courtyard with champagne in hand. There’s no question anything from an intimate family birthday party to a glitzy black-tie event will be a sensation here. Pamper yourself and hire world-class caterers so you needn’t lift a finger no matter the occasion. Even the most seasoned chef will certainly be in awe of the massive kitchen as they prepare delicious bites for you and your guests.
The legendary Harwood K. Smith’s designs live up to the hype, and now you can live in one of his rare homes for many years to come. With good, glamorous bones and 5,935-square-feet of interiors, the single-level beauty is the perfect place to let life unfold. It fits the classic Goldilocks story of being just the right size. With three bedrooms and four baths, there is plenty of room for someone at any stage of life, so don’t miss your chance to pick up this one-of-a-kind abode.
To tour the architectural gem in Highland Park, contact listing agent Allie Beth Allman of Allie Beth Allman & Associates at 972-380-7750.