Everything’s bigger in Texas, and Dallas is home to four of the most expensive active single-family home listings in the state, according to a new report issued by the Houston Association of Realtors.
Topping the list is the $24.5 million mansion at 5411 Surrey Circle. It’s been on the market for about four months, and this is not its first appearance on the most expensive list.
Other Dallas listings include the homes at 5531 Walnut Hill Lane, 9520 Hathaway St., and 5414 Edlen Drive.
Also making the Lone Star State’s top 10 most expensive listings are:
- 7841 Escala Drive, Austin, $17.9 million
- 200 Congress Ave. No. 54GP, Austin, $15.75 million
- 6307 West Courtyard Drive, Austin, $15.5 million
- 3920 Inverness Drive, Houston, $14.99 million
- 4310 River Garden Trail, Austin, $12.25 million
- 2121 Kirby Drive Unit 33, Houston, $10.5 million
The eight-bedroom, 10-bath abode at 5411 Surrey Circle took the top spot of July’s most expensive listings in the state.
The $24.5 million home sits on 3.25 acres of artfully landscaped private grounds in Bluffview.
Built in 1972, this Design Excellence Award winner was designed by architect Bud Oglesby for a prominent Dallas doctor. The carriage house was constructed in 2014 and 2015.
Multiple living areas and sophisticated materials like limestone, walnut, maple, and stainless steel are spread out across 16,000 square feet. A cozy wine cellar, billiards room, elevator, five-car attached garage, and piano room make this the property of a lifetime. Realtor Joan Eleazer, brokered by Briggs Freeman Sotheby’s International Realty, is listing the home.
Walnut Hill Lane
This castle on the hill is so big that an aerial rendering is the only way to capture it.
At 5531 Walnut Hill Lane in Crespi Estates, you’ll find new construction that spans 10,577 square feet on a 2-acre lot.
Priced at $15.99 million, this home takes the No. 3 spot on the most expensive listings in Texas for July.
Designed by SHM Architects, Brant McFarlain Design, and Dallas Design Landscape Architecture’s Lance Dickinson, this stunning home features natural light, a private outdoor oasis, infinity pool, spa, sports court, motor court, and fire pit.
The five-bedroom, eight-and-one-half bath abode was built this year by Crescent Signature Homes. It has its own lake with a waterfall and fountain, and guests can enjoy a separate casita.
Realtor Jonathan Rosen with Compass RE Texas LLC has the listing.
Featured at No. 10 in June, the home at 9520 Hathaway St. bumped up to the seventh spot for July’s most expensive listings.
The luxurious $14.9 million estate is in the Venetian neighborhood of Old Preston Hollow. Nestled on more than an acre and designed by famed architect Richard Drummond Davis, the 2004 home was recently renovated with designer touches like marble and hardwood floors.
The nine-bedroom, 11-bath home has a three-story refrigerated wine room, study, theater, billiard room, and gourmet kitchen. The walk-in closets, fitness center, three staircases, and four kitchens make this place a real showpiece.
Realtor Christine McKenny with Allie Beth Allman & Associates is listing the home.
The stunning new home at 5414 Edlen Drive in Old Preston Hollow made the cut of most expensive listings back in April and showed up again last month in the No. 9 spots.
Priced at $11.99 million, this beauty features six bedrooms, seven bathrooms, and a five-car garage.
Designed by Richard Drummond Davis and built by Colby Craig Custom Homes, it features a mix of contemporary convenience with European architecture across 12,000 square feet. Fun perks include an oversized game room, wine room, library, home gym, and custom pool. Realtor Jonathan Rosen with Compass RE Texas LLC has the listing.