We've seen homes with private bowling alleys before, but this one's something else. This Dallas home doesn't just have a bowling alley, it has a "bowling center." And it's 5,000 square feet, boasts neon signs, a four-lane alley, flat-screen televisions and even a 1950s-style diner! You've gotta be kidding, right?
Crazy bowling alley aside, the home -- where legendary oil tycoon H.L. Hunt and his family lived -- is pretty swell. Dubbed the "Dallas Landmark Estate," it's a 10,500-square-foot replica of Mount Vernon (George Washington's former home). The five-bedroom, six-bathroom mansion boasts a climate-controlled 10,000-bottle wine vault, putting green, ballroom, tennis courts and a swimming pool among other luxury features. According to the listing, the "Dallas Landmark Estate is Texas."
Well, it certainly is big. See for yourself.
Clayton Andrews of Christies International Real Estate has the listing.
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