Often referred to as “The Kessler Mansion,” this circa 1925 “Great Gatsby” showplace is one of the signature homes in Kessler Park. It’s perhaps not a coincidence that F Scott Fitzgerald’s novel about the Roaring 20’s & this Italian Renaissance inspired home both made their debuts the same year. If there were ever a home built in Dallas in the 1920’s that exemplifies the prosperity & exuberance of that era, this mansion remains one of the finest examples. On over .8 an acre of land, the beautifully proportioned façade is framed by 2 elegantly designed loggias with arched columns. With over 6,000 sq ft & extensive grounds, a home like this rarely comes on the market in Dallas.
Listing courtesy of David Griffin & Company.