Dallas real estate agent Allie Beth Allman dominates the top end of the Dallas-area home sales listings these days.
She already had the three most expensive homes up for grabs in the area. Now, she’s added another megamansion to the list.
Priced at $27.995 million, the 4.3-acre Strait Lane estate has 37,000 square feet with bedrooms, 22 bathrooms, 10 living areas and four dining areas. It has a 10-car garage, two basketball courts, a tennis court, a gymnasium, a bowling alley, a private water park and cabanas.
There are two movie theaters, a bowling alley, a ballet room and a "dog-washing room."
"There are really two houses, but they are connected," Allman said. "There’s a main house for living and a recreational or guest house."
But the real selling feature of the Preston Hollow spread is the private water park out back.
"It’s got three slides, a lazy river and a second-story hot tub," Allman said. "This house is the most fun of any property I’ve ever been in. "It is like a Caribbean resort."
Built starting in 2003 by Dr. Richard Malouf, the property is one of the largest residential estates in North Texas.
It first came on the market earlier this year with a $32 million price tag. Now, Allman has re-priced the grand property and is starting a new marketing campaign.
She also has her sign in front of the $48.9 million former Hicks estate off Walnut Hill Lane in North Dallas. And she’s showing prospects through the $27.5 million Haas Estate on Jourdan Way and the $24.5 million Baron estate off Preston Road on Deloache Avenue in Dallas.
"I’ve got to get these buyers out there," Allman said.