AUCTION: Dec 19th. Originally $100M. No Reserve. A Legacy of Luxury: Hidden behind wrought iron gates, in exclusive Preston Hollow, is perhaps the most impressive and architecturally significant private estate in the country. Walnut Place, commissioned by Count Pio Crespi, is a breathtaking 1938 limestone mansion built by Maurice Fatio. Host to Presidents, celebrities and dignitaries, the Count entertained in, amongst others, the silver-leafed Art Deco bar room and the library paneled in 19th century Italian burled walnut. From 2000-2003, a restoration and expansion took as many as 250 craftsmen, including builder John Sebastian, architect and designer Peter Marino and landscape architect Arabella Lennox-Boyd.
10000 Hollow Way Road
Aug 19, 2017 (115 days)
Square Ft (approx):
Thomas Hicks Add
1,099,890 sqft / 25.25 acres (approx)
Acreage, Creek, Irregular, Landscaped, Tank/ Pond
Attached Grill, Gardens, Guest Quarters, Gutters, Lighting System, Outdoor Fireplace/Pit, Patio Covered, Patio Open, Separate Entry Quarters, Sport Court, Sprinkler System, Tennis Court(s)
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