Allie Beth Allman & Associates is the leader in Dallas County, on homes valued at more than $5 million, per MLS statistics.
Allie Beth Allman & Associates continues to lead other real estate firms in the sale of estates in Dallas County, representing the seller or the buyer – and sometimes both – on 15 homes valued at more than $5 million, according to MLS statistics.
“The Allman brand has been synonymous with luxury for a long time and we have proven results,” said Keith Conlon, general manager.
“We have some of the best agents in the city and they know how to market luxury properties and, more importantly, how to sell them.”
Here are some recent estate sales by the Allman firm.
Allie Beth Allman represented the seller and Alex Perry brought the buyer for the sale of the five-bedroom estate at 5131 Deloache Ave. in Preston Hollow. Situated on 2.27 acres in Sunnybrook Estates, the home was designed by Robbie Fusch and Lloyd Lumpkins, with landscaping by Harold Leidner. Inside a double iron gate is the three-story design with a brick façade. An entry with wood paneling leads to a two-story living room and a library with a wrought-iron and wood spiral staircase. There are multiple fireplaces. An eat-in island divides the open kitchen and breakfast room. A covered loggia with an outdoor fireplace overlooks the fruit orchard, koi pond, pool and pool house.
Erin Mathews represented the seller of the three-bedroom contemporary residence at 4610 Wildwood Road in Bluffview. The custom-built home was designed by Bodron + Fruit and constructed by Elite Homes on more than an acre of land. Mesa Landscape designed the grounds, which include an electric gate. The home features clean-line Cottonwood limestone walls, mahogany soffits and siding and copper fascia. The interior has high ceilings, Hope windows, Gascoigne marble and white oak flooring. The custom Bulthaup kitchen boasts book-matched Calacatta slab marble. Other features include radiant-heated flooring, Lutron motorized shades and lighting, a media room, temperature-controlled 1,000-bottle wine cellar, Savant smart home automation and phantom-motorized outdoor screens.
Mark Storer sold the landmark property at 5906 Deloache Ave. in Preston Hollow. Situated inside a gate on 2½ acres, the 11,394-square-foot main house features four bedrooms (including two master suites), five living spaces and three fireplaces. The commercial-scale kitchen has a butler’s pantry. Amenities include a pool house, indoor lap pool, tennis court, guest house and five-car garage.
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