Custom-designed contemporary Dallas estate on Preston Road hits the market for the first time

At the corner of Mimosa Lane and Preston Road sits a custom-built home designed by

At the corner of Mimosa Lane and Preston Road sits a custom-built home designed by Fort Worth-based firm Ibañez Shaw Architecture with entrances to the property on both streets. The 6,980-square-foot home, built in 1997, is on the market for the first time.

The home has five bedrooms, five bathrooms and one half-bathroom on two levels, but a central tower has a loft on the third level. The home’s interior has crisp and clean lines, a minimalist palette and steel accents like the statement staircase in the foyer.

Listing agent Pogir of Briggs Freeman Sotheby’s International Realty said the home is well-suited for an art collector and various design styles.

“When you walk in, it’s got this very inviting, very dramatic, like Hollywood glamour,” Pogir said.

And this might pique the interest of homebuyers looking for a little more space: The home is on 0.87 acres, but the empty half-acre property behind the home is also for sale, Pogir said.

The lower level of the home includes a recently updated kitchen, and the living room, dining room, wet bar and study are the first level of the tower. The primary suite is also on the first level, with a recently renovated bathroom and an exercise room.

The remaining four bedrooms are on the second floor, one of which is in the tower. A spiral staircase leads from the tower room up to the loft, a fun feature Pogir said is popular with families who have children. There is also an upstairs den or playroom with space for a snack bar that has an en suite bathroom.

Outside, the home has a pool, a partially-covered deck and a back house or cabana. The home has a three-car garage and a carport with space for two additional cars.

The home at 9900 Preston Road is on the market for $3,650,000.

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