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Uptown Dallas home boasts a $2 million dollar view — and it's worth every penny
Every neighborhood has "that house." You know, the one that neighbors all know about because they walk by it every day and stop to admire it. Well, for Uptown's State Thomas neighborhood, that house is the majestic property located at 2206 Boll St., which has officially hit the market for a whopping $2,250,000.
The first thing that sets this property apart from others in the neighborhood is its size. The three-story home boasts 4,731 square feet. There are two bedrooms and three bathrooms, with the entire third floor being the master suite — but this isn't your typical master suite.
It features high ceilings, a million dollar view from a private balcony, and a double-sided fire place that also services the master bath. His-and-her vanities ensure that no time is wasted getting ready for the many parties that you are sure to throw, given that the home is an entertaining gem.
For starters, the kitchen flows comfortably into first a dining room and then a living room. There are three living areas, so any occasion can be as grand or as intimate as you'd like. There's also an 8-inch copper-plated horseshoe bar with a Hoshizaki ice machine and a service window that is accessed by the second-floor pool deck. Speaking of the outdoor entertaining space, it features a stainless-steel vessel pool, a hot tub, and a swim spa that is ideal for water workouts.
Other features to note include a three-car garage, Viking appliances, and an overall unique design by the late architect and designer Mark Shekter. However, at the end of the day, what makes this a multimillion dollar listing are the views that are second to none in this neighborhood.
"Take a deep breath prior to opening the elevator door to the rooftop, because the view will literally take your breath away," says Allie Beth Allman & Associates agent Debra Williams, who is presenting the listing with fellow agent Gailya Silhan. "It's an unobstructed corner to corner look at the Dallas skyline that will be the talk of the town."