Remarkable Reno Vs. Magnificent Modern In Preston Hollow

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Every angle of these Preston Hollow gems are eye candy! Whether you prefer the sleek design of the Magnificent Modern or the classic lines of the Remarkable Reno, each offers plenty of space to live, work, and play in style. Which would you choose? Take your pick in our latest Splurge vs. Steal.

Splurge: Modern Preston Hollow Masterpiece On Elevated Creek Lot For $6.595M

Few moderns nail the meticulous design and high level of architectural detail quite like this one. Designed by Bodron+Fruit and custom built by Tatum Brown, it rests on a prime lot enveloped by mature trees. Even better, it was specifically created with families in mind.

“The home is in a private cul-de-sac, just over an acre, on an elevated creek lot that is one of the most gorgeous lots in the estate area,” says listing agent Sharon Redd with Dave Perry-Miller.

“The workmanship, attention to detail, and spectacular materials used, make it one of a kind! The views from all parts of the house bring the outdoors in, with beautiful trees and green spaces.”

Redd adds, “Designed for ease of living, the spaces lend themselves for both family or empty-nester living.”

Among the highlights are walls of windows, clean lines, plus a cantilevered study, and spa-like master to balance the design. The spectacular custom kitchen is clad in walnut cabinetry, Schist countertops, and SubZero appliances to inside your inner chef.

And we love the calming fountain outside, which you can spot from the second living area. You’ll also enjoy an inviting patio and serene outdoor living with phantom screens for connecting with nature.

Lastly, if you work from home, the light-filled corner office is a dream! A fabulous game room, exercise room, and comfortable guest suites round out this exceptional Preston Hollow home.

Sharon Redd with Dave Perry-Miller has listed 4955 Wedgewood Lane for $6.595 million.

Steal: Remarkable Reno With Incredible Backyard Oasis For $2.795M

Of course, for several million less, you could live large in this beauty on half-an-acre in the heart of Preston Hollow.

Sharon Quist with Dave Perry-Miller, who co-lists the property with Stacy Baucum, tells us, “You know it is magnificent if we are getting multiple showing requests the day after it goes into MLS!”

First off, the four-bedroom, four-full-and-one-half-bathroom home was totally renovated in 2019 and boasts a pavilion and backyard oasis. The cost? Upwards of $600,000.

Upon arrival, you’ll enter through stately double gates. This reveals a lush courtyard and a collector’s garage — for six cars with two lifts — adding to the appeal.

Once you step inside, the real show begins! The first floor encompasses a gracious living and dining, a handsome library, and spa-quality master suite.

The stunning family room, gourmet SubZero Wolf kitchen, and 3000-bottle wine cellar with tasting room are sure to keep your spirits up! And the whole family will love taking advantage of the game room, exercise room, and two laundry rooms, one for each floor. Additional high notes include five fireplaces, exquisite hardwood floors, smart home features, and a full home generator.  

However, it’s the outdoor amenities that really turn heads. A heated pool and spa, serene fountain, gas fire pit, and hidden play area, provide something for everyone. 

According to Quist, “With the push of a button the electric walls raise to reveal an outdoor entertainers’ paradise. The exceptional 720-square-foot cabana comes complete with a gourmet kitchen, BBQ pit, charcoal grill, rotisserie, two-burner cooktop, and more. Your guests will never want to leave!”

Sharon Quist and Stacy Baucum with Dave Perry-Miller have listed 5837 Lakehurst Avenue for $2.795 million.


Amy Puchaty

Amy Puchaty is founder and principal writer of Amy Puchaty Communications, a freelance copywriting firm specializing in luxury real estate marketing. As a real estate writer and communications specialist, Amy's marketing campaigns and copywriting work have appeared in numerous print and digital publications including The Wall Street Journal, Architectural Digest, Inman News, The Denver Post, and Dallas Business Journal. Follow Amy at

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