Live the Good Life in Built-to-Last Regents Park Home

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When conceptualized in 2003, the 7-unit Regents Park development was “it.” Buying here meant you’d arrived. And these luxury homes continue to represent a pinnacle of personal achievement, as properties surrounding the timeless Mansion on Turtle Creek continue to evolve and enhance the area. Plus, their swanky location and solid commercial (steel and concrete) construction with pure, high-end finishes will always be something to aspire to.

For you right-sizers out there who want that sophistication, along with zero exterior maintenance, beautiful views, a sense of security, and a lock-and-leave lifestyle – this is the place for you. More specifically, 3524 Gillespie Street is the place for you, and it’s for sale! This stand-alone home, which has been transformed by Cynthia Collins Interiors, is priced at $1,900,000 and listed by Stephen Collins. It features three en suite bedrooms, a half-bath and a two-car garage, and is close to Katy Trail access, Lee Park and Uptown.

The spaces in Regents Park were drafted at a time when luxury ruled so you’d be right to expect generous room sizes. In addition to the square footage (which totals 5,633), high ceilings and an open floor plan enhance the spaciousness. 

Do four floors give you pause? Let’s address that head-on by looking at the positives. Been a long day or just not feeling it? The centrally located elevator will lift you, your spirits, or your shopping bags to where you need to go – whether that’s one of three living areas for reading or TV watching, a long bath in the statement tub, or the wet bar with a wine cooler! Feeling a little more energetic? You can get your daily workout in on the front and back staircases, or in your home gym (flex room) for that matter. You can also stake your claim on personal space since you can spread out/up/down to your heart’s content.  

If working from home is a must, the first floor can be transformed into a nice, quiet space to be productive and see clients as needed. The second and third floors are likely where you’ll spend the majority of your time. The second is the main floor with living and dining room, and a gorgeous all-white Viking Pro kitchen with new Calacatta Gold countertops and backsplash, large island, and walk-in pantry. 

The entire third floor belongs to the king and/or queen of the castle. A spacious suite with a fireplace, spa-like bath, and separate living area would be all yours.  And finally, the top-most level is spacious enough to be another primary suite and is also adjacent to a flex room.

Key takeaway: this home offers options! It’s built to last a lifetime with the spaces to live that lifetime comfortably. And with all the Mansion dine-in or take-out you can handle! If you’d like to explore, contact Steve Collins at 469.774.9749 or


Shelby Skrhak

Shelby is Associate Editor of, where she focuses on sponsored content, estate sales, and suburbs. She's a journalist and podcaster turned full-time freelance writer based in Plano. She comes to after running digital content and social media at SUCCESS magazine. She's a Lake Highlands native and graduate of UT-Dallas.

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