The Dallas While House is a striking 16,000 square-foot mansion that shares a number of architectural features with the actual US Presidential home in Washington DC. It was built in 1996, and even though it does not feature any iconic interior spaces such as the famous Oval Office, its rooms are undeniably impressive.
The current owners purchased the house in 2001 and then invested two years of work and dedication to bring more authenticity and character to the spaces. They incorporated custom handcrafted cabinetry, luxury finishes and precious antiques. There are four bedrooms and five bathrooms in the house, as well as an elevator, a 24-seat home theater, and a gorgeous formal entry with staircase.
Other noteworthy amenities include a beautiful living room with multiple windows overlooking the landscape, several antique fireplaces, walnut walls, Garbled marble floors, custom burled walnut ceilings, a swimming pool, a tennis court and a koi pond. Sitting on a 3.2-acre property, the residence holds over 200 trees. Its original listing price was $19.5 million, but that recently dropped to $15 million.