A quick Google search of “Park House” will likely result in articles about Highland Park Village’s member-only social club that’s currently under construction. But that’s not the Park House we care about today. Oh no. Our Park House of interest has already finished construction (almost 90 years ago). Like the club, it has a pool, but it also has tennis courts. Its original architects are George Marble and his apprentice, Charles Dilbeck (who would go on to design some other pretty things). It sits on one of the most prominent corners of Preston Hollow and features a gated entrance almost as lovely as its façade.
We’re speaking 4906 Park Lane, which some may refer to as Park House. The 1930s estate has beautifully preserved thanks to an extensive revamp by its current owners about twenty years ago. The home’s natural surroundings are showcased in almost every stunning room, along with a great deal of custom work designed by the estate’s most recent architects, Carol Boerder–Snyder and Will Snyder. And though this Park House may not have its own dinner service, it does come with a dramatic price reduction (about $6 million less) from when it was listed back in 2014.
Filled with rich colors and artful details, the estate is probably best enjoyed via the slideshow below. (Unless you plan to visit, of course.) If you choose to do so, go ahead and contact Christy Berry.