A mansion in the affluent northern Dallas neighborhood of Preston Hollow that’s a near replica of the White House has sold after four years on the market and a series of price changes.
The look-alike property changed hands last week and was most recently asking $10.9 million, according to listing records.
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Mansion Global could not determine the final sale price of the home or the identity of the buyer.
Set on 3.3 acres, the four-bedroom estate spans more than 16,000 square feet and has high ceilings, a two-story grand foyer with French limestone floors, 18th century marble and limestone fireplace mantels, a custom bar room, a home theater and a climate-controlled wine cellar with a tasting area, according to the listing with Diane and Becky Gruber of Dave Perry-Miller Real Estate, who did not respond to a request for comment.
The grounds also have a pool, a Koi pond, a tennis court and two outdoor loggias.
Ralph and Cathy Oats, founders of Wellness International Network, a manufacturer of health and nutrition products, were the sellers of the home. They purchased the house in 2001, records with PropertyShark show.
The couple first listed the house in 2014 with a price tag of $19.5 million, listing records show. They could not be reached for comment.
The Dallas Morning News first reported the sale.
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