Hot Property: Max Anderson’s Contemporary Home in Northwood Hills

Live big in this Far North Dallas stunner.

{Neighborhood: Northwood Hills}

At the start of the listing for 6309 Wilderness Court, there’s some red typography on one of the soaring white walls that simply states “MORE.” The word immediately rang true in more ways than one. Yes, we wanted to see more of the home situated on the sweeping grounds next door to a nature preserve, but the idea of excess seems to be a theme in the 6,394-square-foot dwelling.

Put up for sale by former Dallas Museum of Art Director Max Anderson, the contemporary home is vibrant, luxurious, and filled with interesting artwork, marble, glass, and lots and lots of square footage. There’s a two-story dining room, two refrigerators in the large kitchen, his and hers walk-in closets, a four-car garage, expansive white walls and soaring windows. The sizeable terrace, with its covered patio, is the perfect spot to take in the nearly 1-acre backyard.

To put it plainly, 6309 Wilderness Court is a sprawling, stunning place to settle. But enough of my descriptive words; click the slideshow to feast your eyes on the cool, contemporary manse in Far North Dallas.

 

By the Numbers

  • $2,195,000
  • 6,394 Square Feet
  • 1962 (Year Built)
  • 5 Bedrooms
  • 5.1 Bathrooms
  • 4 Garage Spaces
  • 2 Fireplaces

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