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Well-known Asian art collector and mega real estate developer, Trammell Crow, always knew a good piece of real estate when he saw one. Born and raised in Dallas, he didn’t come by his real estate empire through luck or inheritance. He was a driven worker from the age of ten, taking any job he could get and going at it with a vengeance. After high school, he became Dallas’s youngest CPA and it wasn’t until age 33 that he turned toward real estate building warehouses on speculation that eventually turned into the largest real estate holding and management company in the country. Some of his most well-known projects have been the Dallas Market Center, Peachtree Center in Atlanta and the Embarcadero Center in San Francisco. In 1961, he picked this 1914 Tudor-style mansion for his own home. It had been built by Henry Lee Edwards, a wealthy cotton merchant and was designed by Illinois architect C.D. Hill, who had built a number of important buildings in the Dallas area. Located between Preston Road and Turtle creek, there is an oak tree on the property over 100 years old that dates back to the founding of Highland Park.
Now for sale after being in the Crow family for over 50 years, the 9,522-square-foot manse is sited on 6.14 acres with five bedrooms, six baths, formal rooms, solarium, den, study and elevator. Also on the grounds is a 986-square-foot guest house and a 1,590-square-foot servants’ quarters over the garages. Celebrity next door neighbors include Dallas Cowboys’ owner Jerry Jones and financier Edward "Rusty" Rose. For more information.
Home to real estate mogul Trammell Crow and family for over 50 years, on more than six acres in Highland Park, Dallas, Texas. Now for sale and priced at $59.356 million.