The estate was the set for the 1980’s hit television series Dallas, known as the family home of the Ewing clan.
This 10,341-square-foot Georgian estate on 4.3 acres was built in 1939 and was the set of television series Dallas, America’s top-rated show for much of the 1980’s. Many of the interior scenes were filmed in this North Dallas Preston Hollow home, with details and rooms elegant enough to fit an oil baron of Ewing’s stature on the show.
The estate offers five bedrooms, seven baths and many elegant details including the fireplace surrounds and library paneling. The large rooms throughout the home include formal living and dining rooms, a chef’s kitchen with a dining area, bedroom suites with living areas, a billiards room, media room, family room and wet bar. The exterior offers an exercise building, pool, spa, tennis court, a creek-side terrace and a fire pit. There’s also a high-speed elevator in the home, which was completely rebuilt and updated in 2003.
The famous home is listed by Allie Beth Allman of Allie Beth Allman & Associates for $12.95 million. Famous neighbors in the luxurious surrounding area include former President George W. Bush, T. Boone Pickens and Mark Cuban.
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