The Crespi/Hicks/Beal estate may be on 25 plus acres down the road, but I can offer you the Pearl of Preston Hollow: almost two acres, 7485 square feet, a pool, tennis court, and full guest house for far less than the $36.2 million Mehrdad Moayedi paid for Walnut Place.
Try 4665 Meadowood Road, a circular road unlike any other in Preston Hollow, that comes out of a Robert Frost poem. The road runs south of Walnut Hill, just west of the Dallas North Tollway. Here you will find a who’s who of neighbors (including TWO famous plastic surgeons!) and one of the most graceful homes in Dallas.
And the home is listed with Irmgard Arthur of Allie Beth Allman & Associates for $4,750,000.
This is a home of sheer elegance, of good stock. In fact, if a home could wear pearls, this home would be drenched in Mikimoto’s.
From the exterior, the classic Williamsburg red brick is timeless and easy on the eyes. And don’t get me started on columns: I simply love them. Nothing, nothing spells “gracious southern living” like four symmetrical columns. And you might think the interior of the home would match the Williamsburg exterior? Truth is, the bones in this home are so fine that it adjusts to any design style, from the most conservative traditional to screaming modern.
And the drive-up appeal is storybook — just part of the total elegant package.