Built in 1932 for the Mayor of University Park on 1.15 acres overlooking Turtle Creek, this masterpiece was renowned architect David Williams’ last home. President Roosevelt invited David Williams to The White house causing the home to receive local and national attention. Better Homes & Gardens then wrote an article about the home, calling it a “Texas Ranch-House” starting a trend around the country and for the next several decades.
UNIVERSITY PARK/HIGHLAND PARK AREA (25)
Cable TV Available, Paneling, Vaulted Ceilings, Wet Bar
Cooktop - Electric, Cooktop - Gas, Dishwasher
Central Air-Elec, Central Heat-Gas
Greenhouse, Guest Quarters, Separate Entry Quarters
Acreage, Lrg. Backyard Grass, Some Trees, Water/Lake View, Park View
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Listing information last updated on September 15th, 2019 at 5:15am CDT.