The rectangular pool is surrounded by outdoor living spaces.
4107 Turtle Creek Blvd. was built in 1925.
The Italian Renaissance home has a pale rose-colored stucco exterior.
The home features several outdoor living areas.
The entrance features intricate tile floors.
The stone and copper fireplace in the living room is one of many in the home.
The home has abundant windows and french doors.
Each room has a different, stunning light fixture.
This sitting area opens onto the lush property.
The main home holds one massive bedroom.
The home has many living areas.
The kitchen features warm metal tones.
White marble countertops lend a modern feel.
The large, antique-style stovetop matches the home's historic character.
You'll find modern touches – like this sculptural light fixture – throughout.
These intricate floor tiles are in several rooms.
Some of the gorgeous tiles were brought in from European churches.
A freestanding copper tub in the master suite.
The master suite includes a living area.
...and a study.
The master suite has separate his and hers bathrooms.
A shower in one of the master suite's bathrooms.
The master suite also has his and hers closets.
A lion's head fountain adorns the backyard.
The lead windows were recently restored.
Two of the home's most surprising features: a dove cage and a chicken house.
The red clay-tiled roof accents the pale pink exterior.
A home in Turtle Creek is nice, but a home in Turtle Creek that makes you feel as if you’ve stepped into an Italian villa is even nicer. 4107 Turtle Creek Boulevard is the closest you’ll get to la dolce vita in Dallas. The gorgeous Italian Renaissance home was built in 1925 on an equally handsome and spacious lot in the desirable Dallas neighborhood.
The 4,484-square-foot home has a pale rose-hued stucco exterior, complemented by a red clay-tiled roof. The recently restored lead windows are framed by charming, pistachio-green shutters, and the arched front door is surrounded by stone.
Inside, white-washed walls offset stunning details like the intricate floor tiles in the hallway, sitting room and kitchen (some of which were sourced from European churches). Abundant windows and French doors flood the home with sunlight — and in the evening, you have a different, stylish light fixture in each room.
In fact, each room has its own distinct character. The main living room features natural wood beams on the ceiling and a stately stone and copper fireplace. In the nearby sitting room, a trio of floor-to-ceiling, arched windows and French doors lead into one of the property’s many green areas. The kitchen mixes old world romance and modern functionality with white marble counter tops, gold hardware, and a massive, antique-style stove range.
The master suite includes a sitting room with a fireplace, a study and separate his and hers closets and bathrooms. One of the bathrooms holds a freestanding copper tub, while the other holds a large shower.
Separate guest quarters offer an additional living area, kitchenette, full bedroom and full bathroom.
The outdoor areas of the property are just as grand as the sprawling home. Noted landscape designer Robert Bellamy created a lush maze of outdoor sitting areas and unique surprises, including a pergola, a sculpted fireplace, a dove cage, and a chicken house which matches the home. The backyard also holds a rectangular pool and a separate tiled fountain. Bellisima!
This Italian dream is listed for $4.95 million. Here’s everything you need to know:
Square footage: 4,484
Asking price: $4,950,000
Listing agent: Erin Mathews with Allie Beth Allman & Associates