An on-the-market Park Cities estate has history and a bit of modern Greek flavor. It’s the home of Mary Ann and Frank Mihalopoulos, a commercial real estate developer, which they have lived in since 2003. The house was previously owned by a Trammell S. Crow family trust.
Nestled on almost 1 acre of secluded Highland Park prime dirt, the home at 4400 Saint Johns Dr. has a gated entrance and extensive property wall for privacy. And don’t let the age of this stunning home throw you, either. Built in 1939, the home was completely remodeled in 2002 and 2014 while retaining all the grace and charm of the original grand structure.
The formal rooms are breathtaking, the windows floor to ceiling, the six bedrooms large and airy, and the detailed artistry abounds in every corner. Although traditional, it hardly feels stuffy.
Of course the house, all 11,973 square feet of it, is stunning. But the backyard is an oasis that will remind you way more of the Greek Isles than Dallas. There are mature trees, a pool as sparkling as the Gulf of Mirabella, and a spa guest house and cabana.
The home is listed with the queen of high-end Dallas real estate, Allie Beth Allman, for $12,950,000 but periménete! That’s a reduction from $14,995,000.
A version of this story originally was published on Candy's Dirt.