Ever since I was a little girl, I have been enchanted by romantic old Tudor homes and English design. As a student at SMU, I remember driving by this particular Tudor, located on charming Alice Circle in the Old Highland Park neighborhood of Dallas, Texas. Built in 1925, this exquisite English stone manor is nestled amidst a thicket of ancient cedars and live oak. Every window offers a beautiful view of the gardens brimming with roses, wisteria, and English ivy. The lovely gazebo by the pool lends itself to parties on the spacious lawns. Designed by Thomson & Fooshee, this home is an architectural treasure restored to perfection. Somehow I stumbled upon images from an old real estate listing, so let’s take a tour of this romantic home!
So beautiful! Do you love these 1920s and 30s storybook Tudors as much as I do? This home features five bedrooms, four full baths and two half baths, with 7,480 square feet on a .73 lot. You can see more here and here.
UPDATE: A reader on Instagram remembers seeing this home in a magazine years ago… she thinks it was Veranda. If anyone remembers the exact publication, please let me know! 🙂
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