This Preston Hollow luxury lease is an example of how high our luxury rental bar is set in Dallas. There’s an expectation level that exceeds most markets, resulting in very few luxury homes for lease. That’s not only because we have an enormous executive base moving here weekly, we also have families continually remodeling. They don’t want to leave the neighborhood or the school district during that process.
The bottom line is we have an undersupply of luxury leases in Dallas, so when you see one like this, jump, or it’s going to be gone tomorrow.
The Hudson Construction Group has entirely remodeled this Preston Hollow luxury lease. I became a devotee of theirs when I saw their transformation of another home I featured on Catina Lane. It’s clear they know what people want. They are also a CandysDirt Hot Builder!
“This was a full cosmetic remodel,” Allie Beth Allman listing agent Alex Perry said. “It was built in 2000 and looks brand new. Hudson brought it up to today’s standards. I like how light, bright, and open it is. It has such great entertaining space with lots of light.”
This 7,615-square-foot Preston Hollow luxury lease has top of the line finish-outs, two living areas, six bedrooms, seven bathrooms, a powder bath, and great outdoor living space. There is a downstairs master suite with a luxurious oversized bath and large his-and-hers closets.
The kitchen is a chef’s dream. Now that we are spending so much more time at home, that’s an important feature. There are SubZero and Wolf appliances, a wine fridge, and a large eat-in island that opens to the breakfast area and family room. It’s the floorplan everyone wants.
The second floor includes four bedrooms, an oversized game room with a kitchenette and balcony, and a media room. Media rooms are hotter than ever now because you can have your Zoom conferences on a large screen!
George Bass Stage and Design staged this Preston Hollow luxury lease. It’s as crucial to stage a home for lease as it is for purchase. People must relate to the lifestyle a home offers, and staging provides that vision.
“It’s such an ample home,” Bass said. “You can create so many conversations areas here, yet still have privacy.
When we talk about how hard it is to find a luxury lease, location is always a driving factor. Potential buyers want a rental property in an area of town where they are also looking to buy. In a perfect world, that lease can turn into a purchase, which is the case with this Preston Hollow luxury lease. When you can walk into a move-in ready, completely updated house and settle your family in, it becomes clear you might have already found your next home.
Perry has this Preston Hollow luxury least at 6011 Lakehurst Avenue listed to rent for $15,000 a month or to purchase at $1.999 million. You will love living here.