Luxury Home Magazine of Dallas | Fort Worth features this architecturally significant Dallas estate. Sir Alfred Bossom’s Dallas mansion was built in the 1920’s by the renowned English architect who was responsible for Dallas’ first skyscraper, the Magnolia Building. Bossom, who later served in the British Parliament, also designed a 20 story addition to the Adolphus Hotel and collaborated with Frank Lloyd Wright on the Imperial Hotel in Tokyo. This 22 room Elizabethan marvel includes a full basement, 6 bedrooms and 6 ½ baths, 35 closets, 10 in the master suite alone. There are 8 fireplaces and a third floor ballroom boasts its own kitchen. The formal gardens were the setting for the first performance of Ballet Dallas. It is also featured in the American Institute of Architects “Guide to Dallas Architecture”. This double gated 1.2 acre estate features multi-level gardens with the original in-ground fountain, a new pool and a Guesthouse with 2 bedrooms, 2 baths, slate floored living room with beamed ceilings, and kitchen with granite counters. Offered furnished with priceless antiques, furnishings and oriental rugs. Will trade for ranch or larger home and owner will finance.
This home has been featured on the front cover of LHM Dallas | Fort Worth Issue 8.6
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