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Hot Property: Kameron Westcott’s Glamorous Home in Highland Park

The Real Housewives of Dallas star is selling her stunning home for a cool $5 million.

Reality star Kameron Westcott is making moves. The Real Housewives of Dallas cast member recently put her Highland Park mansion on the market for $5,125,000.

While the price is steep, the property is massive. The 7,409-square-foot home sits on a quarter-acre of land. Designed by D Best-winning home builder George Lewis, the home’s façade includes an arched front door, double balcony, and Mediterranean details, complemented by impeccably pruned landscaping.

When designing their home, the Westcotts were inspired by Kameron’s Santa Barbara upbringing. “[There’s a] fresh, airy, and seamless flow from indoor to outdoor living in the residence,” says listing agent Kelli Macatee. “Even the palm trees and cypress trees bring in a little hint of the beauty of California. Her husband Court grew up going to Santa Barbara, so they share that love and it’s expressed in every detail of the home.”

Kameron’s infamous penchant for pink is incorporated as well, though more subtly than I had expected. The kitchen is stark white, from the Carrara marble to the custom cabinetry. Her signature hue makes an appearance in the adjoining breakfast nook’s abstract artwork and upholstered chairs. The dining room features neutral furniture and dark-toned still lifes, though a neon pink sign bathes the space in rosy light. The home theater has a black and red palette, but when the lights are flipped on, the room is illuminated by glittering pink sconces.

The study, on the other hand, is brazenly feminine. From the bubblegum walls to the pink zebra print chairs and gold starburst chandelier, it’s clear that this room is Kameron’s personal retreat.

The home is full of surprises, like an elevator, a wine cellar, a game room, and a hidden room attached to the study. The backyard was made for entertaining, with multiple seating arrangements for dining al fresco, overhead fans, and an invisible screen. The pool is shaded by trees and decorated with natural stone, and the adjacent yard boasts a playhouse and slide.

Take a full tour of the Westcott home with our photo gallery below.

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