You can count on Candy’s Dirt to feature gorgeous photos and a catalog of the features that make a luxury residence unique. Last week, the real estate website profiled a Sebastian-built home located in the coveted Highland Park neighborhood of Dallas, labeled “Hip Pocket Iconic Italian Renaissance Villa on Armstrong Parkway.” We’re excited to be able to bring you a sneak peek inside and out, via Candy’s Dirt.
Flip through the page of your favorite shelter magazine and you’re bound to stumble on a spread featuring the work of Richard Drummond Davis, the architect who designed this beauty.
And then there’s interior designer, Sherry Hayslip. Hayslip’s work has garnered more than 100 (that’s right, 100) national and international interior design awards. Her interiors have been featured in local favorites like D Home Magazine and Park Cities People, as well as national publications like Elle Decor and Better Homes & Gardens.
Thanks to the artistry of the duo, this custom residence bridges the worlds of opulence and comfort beautifully.
“This Italian Renaissance villa has 11,702 square feet, four bedrooms, five bathrooms, two powder baths, a game room, a study, and an exercise room. It sits on 1.6 acres of landscaped, lush gardens, terraces, and patios, with a pool, a gorgeous outdoor dining area, and kitchen.” [Candy’s Dirt, 5/27/19]
The stunning images below are courtesy of Candy’s Dirt. Photo credits: Jason Anderson JA2Photography