25 November 2020

12,000 Square Foot Mediterranean-Inspired Mansion In Plano, TX


An architectural masterpiece, the mansion at 6509 Sudbury Road in Plano, TX is Venetian-inspired and is sited on just under an acre of land in guard-gated Kings Gate. Built in 2015, the residence boasts an imposing exterior complemented by a timeless interior with groin vault hallways lined with columns.

It features approximately 12,889 square feet of living space with six bedrooms, six full and three half bathrooms, a two-story foyer with floating double staircase under a painted dome ceiling, an elevator, two-story living and dining rooms, wet bar, gourmet kitchen with double island and custom ceiling, a separate spice kitchen, breakfast room with vaulted ceiling, two-story family room, two-story wood paneled home office, a billiards room with wet bar, disco room with DJ booth, 15-seat home theater, game room, exercise room with sauna, four-car garage, and much more. Outdoor features include a motor court, a porte-cochere, a gated parking court, fountain, balconies, cabana with BBQ kitchen, patio, free form swimming pool with spa and water feature, a fire pit, and a gazebo with metal dome.






















YEAR BUILT: 2015

SQUARE FEET: 12,889

BEDROOMS: 6

BATHROOMS: 6 full, 3 half

LIST PRICE: $7,199,990

LISTING AGENT(S): Victor Vo of RE/MAX DFW Associates

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1 comment:

  1. Venetian-inspired my ass. Nothing in Venice looks anything like this. Looks more like the Antonovich Design palaces springing up all over Dubai and the UAE. Over-the-top in every way, and aside from it being a bit too beige, there is just one thing wrong - the godawful site. This isn't just another house consigned to a faceless existence in a upscale development. This is true working palace to be sited on a helluva lot more than "under an acre" and not having to compete with any lesser properties around it. There should be appropriate outbuildings for staff and the sheltering of more than just four cars. The estate needs more fully developed alfresco facilities - a canopy over the pool, a tennis court, etc.
    But then, $7.2 million ain't what it used to be. This would be hard to duplicate at this price.

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