12780 Hilltop Front

This place was built to be shown off. If you need convincing of this fact, I point you to the unbelievable second-floor bar and billiard at 12780 Hilltop in Argyle. It’s like Boston’s famous Bull and Finch Pub (Cheers, if you watch the TV show) without the weird smell and surly barmaids.

12780 Hilltop Man Cave:Bar

Seriously, every photo of this home is better than the last. I couldn’t stop myself! So yes, this house is beautiful and has every single thing you’d want to throw the most amazing parties.12780 Basement Wine Cellar

This incredible home, marketed by none other than Vanessa Andrews of Hoffman International, this Napa-inspired chateau is on the market for $11 million. The property includes 50 sandy loam acres in the Denton County suburb of Argyle. Just 20 minutes away from Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport, this estate is both secluded and accessible, thanks to the oak trees that buffer the main house from the rest of the world.

12780 Hilltop Private Lake

The estate includes a private lake, a wonderful barn, an arena, and a detached garage that has room enough for all your motors with a second floor conference area. Designed by architect John Hall, this amazing estate was completed in 2009 by Kindred-Pecchi builders. The main house totals 12,205 square feet, which includes the guest apartment that is big enough to host an overnight guest or two quite comfortably.

12780 Hilltop Guest Apartment

I love all of the warm materials used on this home. The exterior features a Samaca slate roof and brown Ozark dry-stack stone with gorgeous climbing vines. Inside you’ll find Venetian plaster, soft wood trim, tin tile ceiling in the “man cave,” and beautiful honey-colored hardwood floors.

12780 Hilltop Library

The backyard is just as amazing, with an infinity-edge saltwater pool with views of the private lake, the pastures, and beyond. Come summer, I’m sure this area gets mighty crowded. There’s plenty of room to entertain guests, too, considering the oversized patio and enclosed loggia.

12780 Hilltop Backyard

And if you own horses, this property has both an amazing barn and arena. I love how this estate has brought the outdoors in and the comforts of indoors to the outside. What do you love most about this incredible home?

12780 Hilltop Barn

 

12780 Hilltop Wine Cellar Stairway 12780 Hilltop Living 12780 Hilltop Master Bath 12780 Hilltop Garage:Conference area 12780 Hilltop Garage 12780 Hilltop Conference 12780 Hilltop Kitchen 12780 Hilltop View

12780 Hilltop Front

This place was built to be shown off. If you need convincing of this fact, I point you to the unbelievable second-floor bar and billiard at 12780 Hilltop in Argyle. It’s like Boston’s famous Bull and Finch Pub (Cheers, if you watch the TV show) without the weird smell and surly barmaids.

12780 Hilltop Man Cave:Bar

Seriously, every photo of this home is better than the last. I couldn’t stop myself! So yes, this house is beautiful and has every single thing you’d want to throw the most amazing parties.12780 Basement Wine Cellar

This incredible home, marketed by none other than Vanessa Andrews of Hoffman International, this Napa-inspired chateau is on the market for $11 million. The property includes 50 sandy loam acres in the Denton County suburb of Argyle. Just 20 minutes away from Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport, this estate is both secluded and accessible, thanks to the oak trees that buffer the main house from the rest of the world.

12780 Hilltop Private Lake

The estate includes a private lake, a wonderful barn, an arena, and a detached garage that has room enough for all your motors with a second floor conference area. Designed by architect John Hall, this amazing estate was completed in 2009 by Kindred-Pecchi builders. The main house totals 12,205 square feet, which includes the guest apartment that is big enough to host an overnight guest or two quite comfortably.

12780 Hilltop Guest Apartment

I love all of the warm materials used on this home. The exterior features a Samaca slate roof and brown Ozark dry-stack stone with gorgeous climbing vines. Inside you’ll find Venetian plaster, soft wood trim, tin tile ceiling in the “man cave,” and beautiful honey-colored hardwood floors.

12780 Hilltop Library

The backyard is just as amazing, with an infinity-edge saltwater pool with views of the private lake, the pastures, and beyond. Come summer, I’m sure this area gets mighty crowded. There’s plenty of room to entertain guests, too, considering the oversized patio and enclosed loggia.

12780 Hilltop Backyard

And if you own horses, this property has both an amazing barn and arena. I love how this estate has brought the outdoors in and the comforts of indoors to the outside. What do you love most about this incredible home?

12780 Hilltop Barn

 

12780 Hilltop Wine Cellar Stairway 12780 Hilltop Living 12780 Hilltop Master Bath 12780 Hilltop Garage:Conference area 12780 Hilltop Garage 12780 Hilltop Conference 12780 Hilltop Kitchen 12780 Hilltop View

Guess he’s not feeling real bullish about the market these days. Deion Sanders has snapped his whopping 29,000-square-foot home way north of Dallas off the market. You know the one — drive due north on Preston Road to Prosper, and there it sits on 109 acres. He even has his own football field.  Sanders has had the home priced at $21 million since 2009.

The 43-year-old NFL Hall of Famer and Redskin, who also played in baseball’s World Series, built the 10-bedroom mansion and added a football field plus 12-acre lake. There’s also a basketball court, a rec room filled with arcade games, a movie room, bowling alley, indoor and outdoor pools, a tennis court, a guest house and of course a Hall of Fame gallery.

The most recent Realtor is Marilyn Hoffman of Hoffman International Realty. She told the Wall Street Journal: “They wanted to have a grand house in a beautiful setting in which to raise their children.” No word on why they wanted to sell that beautiful setting prior to now.

‘Course we are wondering if this has anything at all to do with the water damage Deion Twittered out last February:

Yes, posted this on his Twitter account. Of course ALL  home damage has to be divulged to any prospective buyer, but putting it on Twitter really just kind of puts it out there.