A Preston Hollow estate has landed on the market for $32 million this week, making it the priciest property for sale on Dallas' famed Strait Lane.
The four-story, 37,000-square-foot mansion sits on a nearly 5-acre sprawling estate at 10711 Strait Lane in Dallas.
Even though it’s only been a few days since the estate, owned by Dr. Richard Malouf, has hit the market — its already garnering well-heeled interest, said Arthur Greenstein, managing partner of Y&A Real Estate and Asset Management.
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"You can't replace this for what it's priced at," Greenstein told the Dallas Business Journal, in an exclusive interview. "With the backyard and the features inside with the custom upgrades — a builder would spend north of $600 per square foot to build. If you add the land into that you already have equity."
In the past three years, only five estates priced over $15 million have sold in North Texas, he said. Two of those were purchased by billionaire Andy Beal, who recently re-listed the former Tom Hicks estate for $48.9 million.
Greenstein and his co-founder Yana Landman are marketing the property.
The mansion at 10711 Strait Lane has an eight-bedroom, 17 full-bath home with 10 living areas and four dining areas. The 10-car garage opens up to a courtyard.
The estate has two basketball courts — one indoor and one outdoor — with a resort-style pool and adjacent water park with a lazy river for family entertaining.
The home, which was originally built in 2003, was designed by architect Robbie Fusch. It has been on the market in the past for $32.347 million with another Dallas real estate firm.