Like many empty nesters, Tom and Cinda Hicks were ready to downsize. But before they could jet off to far away lands or pursue new hobbies, they needed to put their home on the market. This is where things start to veer of the path of normalcy. The “home” is a historic Preston Hollow mansion (the largest estate in North Texas), and the price tag: $100 million.
Allie Beth Allman, founder and CEO of Allie Beth Allman and Associates, has been appointed to find a buyer for the 25-acre estate originally built in 1938 by Pio and Florence Crespi. Though Allman also sold the estate to Hicks back in the 1990s, 10000 Hollow Way looks slightly different than it did back then, featuring expanded grounds and a new addition to the main house.
If you’re looking for a little room to stretch your legs, do some fishing, hiking, or helicoptering, or maybe just invite your neighbors (George and Laura) over to enjoy your pool and its very own three-story house, we suggest you seize this moment.
Take a tour through the home, guesthouse, and pool house via D Real Estate Daily.