This Dallas mansion, built in the 1920s, evokes the luxury and grandeur that defined the era. Listed by Sotheby’s International Realty, the 1920s-Era Hal Thomson Estate is 12,000-square feet of stunning detail and pure elegance. Oh, and it will only cost you a cool $9.9 million if you want to make it your home.
From the moment you enter the Texas mansion, you feel as though you’re being transported back in time. In fact, most of the original foundation and architecture still remains.
Everything is designed to the nines in this estate. From the fancy sitting room just off the foyer (with furniture you’re not sure if you’re allowed to touch), to the inviting kitchen area.
The home even has a two-story library, accessible via a hallway of floor-to-ceiling windows that peer out into the courtyard.
On the lowest level of the manor, you’ll find a full bar, movie theater, exercise room and even a wine grotto.
The master bathroom looks fit for royalty with vaulted ceilings, over-sized windows and tons of white marble.
The exterior of the home is just as charming. A sunken courtyard features a cozy patio space with an outdoor fireplace and ivy-covered wall.
Finally, a simple yet elegant in-ground pool offers the perfect place to relax at the end of a long day.