Golf legend Lee Trevino just listed his Dallas mansion for $7.5 million.
Trevino’s updated listing comes with a $1-million price reduction, and the home was first put on the market for $13 million back in 2014. A bit of a disappointment for the hall-of-famer, but DFW luxury-home sales are apparently on an upswing, so he may still be able to birdie.
The home is a pleasant countryside estate. Open-trussed ceilings accentuate the sense of space, and rusticated stone and satin-finished distressed-hardwood floors give the interiors a strong European flavor that echoes the exterior architecture well.
Located in the high-end Preston Hollow area, the 10,000-square-foot manse stands out with walls of windows, soaring ceilings, and chandeliers. It was built in 1939, and updates have largely been sensitive to its period take on the French style. Wood paneling, built-ins, and beautiful artisan millwork help to establish a historical narrative.
The four-bedroom home also boasts a number of unique spaces, including a music room, game room, study, and sunroom. It’s set on a five-acre parcel with landscaped gardens, putting greens, a private creek, a tennis court, a swimming pool, and a cabana with an outdoor kitchen.
Dallas native Trevino won 29 PGA Tour events during his professional career. He was inducted into the Hall of Fame in 1981.