This iconic home, situated on one of the most beautiful streets in Highland Park, has been meticulously restored and expanded to create a one of a kind property that is rarely available. 3806 Beverly Drive was built in 1934 for an affluent family in Dallas who had recently gone on a grand tour through Europe where they were inspired to recreate in a home in Highland Park the design elements they had observed in homes and villas throughout Spain and Portugal. In 2013, the current owners undertook a complete renovation where every door, window, floor and wall was carefully replaced, giving great thought to the quality and authenticity of the materials used. Noted architect Wilson Fuqua led the renovation which successfully expanded the main house and added the annex in a manner that flows seamlessly from the original structure. Wilson worked to ensure that the scale and design details were consistent with the spirit of the original. Ceilings, columns, feature windows and the exterior brick surface were all chosen to repeat the original themes. Since the project was completed in late 2015, the property has received many accolades and has been published in interior and architecture magazines and books.
Tile floors were purchased through Ann Sacks and imported from Morocco
Tile wainscoting in the dining room are antique tiles from Portugal
entry hall and breakfast room mantels are antique (c. late 18th century), limestone mantels from France
Living room, library and 3 upstairs mantels are original to the house
Imported from France through Exquisite Surfaces
All door, cabinet and window hardware:
custom, pewter hardware from P.E. Guerin in New York City
Double doors at dining room:
antique doors from a confessional cabinet from a church in Portugal
Wine closet: hidden, custom, climate controlled wine storage for 300 plus bottles
Powder bath wallpaper: custom Gracie panels of Moorish scene
Powder bath sink cabinets: in both the formal and family powder baths, the sink cabinets are antique pieces that have been retrofitted to serve as sink stands
Media room with refrigerator, ice-maker, and microwave oven.
Indoor spa adjacent to exercise room included hot pool with jet packs, cold plunge pool, Finnish sauna, and steam room. Hot and cold pools utilize geothermal system.
Recessed speakers in all downstairs rooms plus the MBR and outdoor entertaining areas connected to Sonos system.
Geothermal system provides clean, quiet and energy-efficient heating and cooling; all equipment is in basement or garage closets.
All doors and windows throughout the entire house are custom-made in mahogany.
All paint done by Barry Martin and Associates using custom-mixed Farrow and Ball colors and finishes specified by Cathy Kincaid Interiors.
All finishes and interior design elements throughout the house were selected by Cathy Kincaid.
All lights, heating and air-conditioning, pools, and garage doors can be controlled through phone apps.
Elevators in main house and annex.
Landscape design was created by Diana Green of Green Print Designs, a leading design firm based in Los Angeles. All installation and on-going care provided by Texas Garden Services.
French Limestone fountain at the entry and the English stone fountain in the dining courtyard are antique.
Pool tile surround and limestone detail around the jacuzzi are custom designed and fabricated.
The house was recently published in the following:
Veranda, Spring 2017 issue
D. Porthault: The Art of Luxury Linens
Veranda: Inspired by Color
Broker : Briggs Freeman Sotheby's Int'l
Agent : Joan Eleazer
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