Take a Look Inside the Most Expensive House for Sale in Texas
I spend quite a bit of time on Realtor.com "window shopping" and "daydreaming" about winning the lottery and buying a mansion. Well, I still haven't won the lottery thus haven't bought a mansion. However, I found one that is perfect for those with lots of cash, cars, and the need to hold righteous parties in a palace worthy of any celebrity.
After a little research, I've come to learn that the owner is a real estate investor with multi-million dollar properties around the world. Following years of experience in the luxury real estate business, Christy Thompson decided to build a Mediterranean estate inspired by a bunch of different homes.
Why would someone build their dream home only to sell it? Easy answer. The real estate market is as hot as it's ever been and Thompson is taking advantage of the market conditions to make a pretty penny.
So, if you're ever in the University Park area, of Dallas, keep an eye out for this massive mansion. As a matter of fact, it can be found at 6914 Baltimore Drive in University Park.
This sprawling manor boasts 6 bedrooms, 8.5 bathrooms, and a 10-car garage on just under 2 acres of land. The total square feet are just under 24,000.
LOOK AT THE MOST EXPENSIVE HOUSE FOR SALE IN TEXAS
Oh, and if you're interested, this place will set you back $37.5 million dollars.
Approximately 23, 688 square feet, houses six bedroom suites, eight full baths, three half baths, living, dining, library with reading room, office, a two-story great room, game room, kitchen/breakfast, mud and laundry rooms. Lower primary suite has office and one-car garage. Second floor includes: primary suite, cinema with concessions room, yoga studio, adjoining exercise room with spa bath! Separate entry to second floor quarters which has access to main house. Commercial grade elevator to three levels; basement with seven-car bays; safe room and catering kitchen. Generator, geothermal and more! [Realtor.com]
Sources: Dallas Morning News & Realtor.com