Dallas Storybook Chateau

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If you are from Dallas, you have probably heard of Nonesuch Court–a historic street that previously belonged to Stanley Marcus, of Neiman Marcus. The retail tycoon owned a large portion of this area known as Lakewood from the 1930s to the 1970s; he was notorious for hosting parties for the elite members of society ranging from Lyndon Johnson to Grace Kelly. Stanley Marcus made Lakewood the epicenter of Dallas refinery, and that still rings true today. Nonesuch rests in a prestigious gated community, rare to Lakewood, positioned amongst an endless forest of trees. The irremovable essence of elegance and high society exudes from each residence on the property. Still today, Lakewood is a coveted area of Dallas. It is near the stunning Dallas Arboretum and Botanical Gardens, and is adjacent to White Rock Lake.

 

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6610 Nonesuch Court is not the original Stanley Marcus house, but it is a part of the original estate. This house grants you a phenomenal opportunity to own an exclusive property in one of the most beloved neighborhoods in all of Dallas. This particular dwelling flawlessly blends European antiquity and contemporary architecture; this style is elucidated throughout the estate as well.

 

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It provides an elegant and luxurious finish thoughtfully crafted at every turn, evident by the several Juliet balconies and the expert rod iron spiral staircase. It also has expansive ceiling heights in all rooms, sprawling open spaces, and a separate wing dedicated to a Master suite. It is wonderfully designed for family-friendly living with five oversized rooms and a game area for kids. The alluring architecture and style follows into the backyard with a beautifully finished outdoor space that harmonizes interior and exterior living areas while creating a space to escape for relaxation. Looking out of each spacious window, you can observe the looming trees surrounding the property, ensuring solitude.


This storybook chateau’s gate is open, ready for you to call it home.