Robert A.M. Stern Townhome Offers Luxury On Ritz Carlton’s Regency Row

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Some would say it’s not proper to name drop about the pedigree of your home from the architect and builder to the artist and designer.

Some would say it’s not proper to name drop about the pedigree of your home from the architect and builder to the artist and designer. 

But we’re gonna. 

When you’re talking about a $5.5 million home that looks more like a really comfortable museum, a slight allowance is given to show off. 

There are three bedrooms, four and one-half bathrooms and more than 6,000 square feet in this Regency Row townhome built in 2009. The study with full bath could be a fourth bedroom if you fancy.

Now about that name dropping … This luxe brownstone-inspired contemporary townhome was designed by renowned architect Robert A.M. Stern and finished by Mark Molthan Platinum Custom Homes.

Designer Allen Kirsch provided custom finishes and furnishings. 

The best news you’ve heard all day? It’s available to lease for $45,000 per month. 

Adjust Your Tiara

Sometimes in life we have occasion to attend an event in an opulent mansion boasting a chandelier that costs more than our annual salary. We’ve seen the Disney movies where a prince accidentally falls in love with a poor girl from the wrong side of the tracks. We’ve touched a piece of jewelry that has an insurance policy and its own glam squad. 

But actually living in a home that makes you gasp when you walk inside … that’s a rare treat. 

Fortunately the Dallas market has something for everyone, and while the high end is high, it doesn’t have to be out of reach. 

This home at 2555 North Pearl St., Dallas, has some pretty amazing features. Regency Row is a private enclave of custom homes at The Tower Residences at the Ritz-Carlton. Five-star services from The Ritz-Carlton Hotel are provided. A high-speed elevator connects the private garage with all levels of luxury living. 

All The Bells And Whistles

For years, this spot on Pearl Street has made the list as one of Dallas’ most expensive rentals

WIth 16 rooms, three covered garage spaces, a gorgeous pool, fitness center, and library, what more could you want? You don’t have to be a Disney princess to indulge. 

“The elegant masonry and wrought iron accented exteriors echo a classical era of luxury and refinement,”  according to Regency Row’s press materials. “Each home is uniquely designed and finished to provide all the accouterments for modern living including a personal elevator for easy access to all four stories, from the private garage to the rooftop terrace.”

Regency Row comes with a pedigree and a big reputation. The area is surrounded by some of the city’s finest dining, shopping, and entertainment options.  

Now all that’s missing is a tenant. 

Agent Kyle Crews with Allie Beth Allman & Assoc. Is leasing 2555 N. Pearl St., Unit RR4, Dallas, for $45,000 per month. 

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April Towery

April Towery studied journalism at Texas A&M University and has been an award-winning reporter and editor for more than 20 years. She’s covered everything from city council meetings to Death Row executions. Her favorite things to write are feature stories and humorous columns. She loves to make people laugh. She won first place in humorous column writing, second place in news writing and third place in serious column writing at the 2019 South Texas Press Association Awards and picked up first place in humorous writing at the 2018 Texas Press Association awards ceremony. She has numerous other recognitions, including the Texas Associated Press Managing Editors’ first-place award for special reporting, citing her continuous coverage of the College Station City Council and its violation of the Texas Open Meetings Act in 2006. She is the daughter of a longtime real estate appraiser and at one time knew her way around a floor plan. She lives in Wylie and is learning daily about real estate, architecture, and housing trends.

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