There are a lot of details to love about new construction, and I believe every single one is included in this Preston Hollow modern Mediterranean.
Guy Thomas of Thomas Fine Homes just completed this grand estate. It’s evident he has his finger on the pulse of what resonates deeply with our current buyer base.
Mediterranean architecture works particularly well in Texas. The style has been embraced historically because it is so suitable for a warm climate.
Zen Minimalism Meets Mediterranean
Americans have been obsessed with Mediterranean architecture since the 1920s when seaside resorts were developed in California and Florida. Take one look at the Miami Biltmore or The Breakers in Palm Beach, and you understand the attraction.
Today, architects and builders have edited the style down to an almost Zen minimalist modern Mediterranean look, and it works.
The main characteristics that seldom change are tile roofs, stucco exteriors, high ceilings, and open floor plans that flow easily to the outside. This Preston Hollow modern Mediterranean absolutely embraces the unification of the interior and exterior spaces.
A stately drive leads to the grand entrance but, open the door, and you are not overwhelmed. That’s a mark of success in my book, especially for a 9,128-square-foot property with six bedrooms and six full bathrooms.
Sure, we want to have a home that impresses, but we no longer want one that intimidates. This Preston Hollow modern Mediterranean hits that mark. That’s because Thomas brings another level of custom to his homes.
“He only builds one home a year,” listing agent Hunter Dehn said. “He focuses all of his attention on one house, and it shows. It’s a very well-thought-out home.”
Staging a home like this is essential. No one looking in this price range wants to guess where their sofa goes, or indeed if it will fit. They want to walk into not just a home, but also a lifestyle. No one does it better than George Bass, owner of George Bass Stage and Design. His touch here is picture-perfect.
Situated on over an acre, you can’t ask for more privacy, yet the home is in the heart of Preston Hollow. That means you are perfectly perched between downtown Dallas and Addison with easy access to the Dallas North Tollway.
“I love the location and how the house is sited on the land,” Dehn said. “There is so much space. The builder has included plans for a pool, and if you need more than the existing four-car garage, there is a plan to add room for eight more cars!”
Dehn has 4831 S. Lindhurst Avenue listed for $5.849 million. Remember these estate properties are going fast in Dallas. So don’t wait around!