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Look: Nearly $20 million Highland Park estate with 3,000-bottle wine room hits market

The main home has seven bedrooms, seven bathrooms, and two partial baths.

A Highland Park estate with a 3,000-bottle, sub-ground wine room is on the market for nearly $20 million.

The 11,324 square-foot home at 3612 Crescent Ave. sits on over half an acre and has seven bedrooms, seven bathrooms, and two partial baths. An elevator services all three floors.

The wine room has a floor-to-ceiling glass display that can be seen from a nearby study, and it is one of the larger ones in Highland Park, said Jonathan Rosen, principal of the Rosen Group, who listed the home.

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“You step down into it,” Rosen said. “It’s something you’d see in Napa or in a restaurant. It’s really beautiful.”

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The home was finished in 2016 and built to the specifications of the previous buyer by Richard Drummond Davis Architects and Sebastian Construction Group. The grounds were designed by landscape architect Harold Leidner.

The home is owned by the Ketterer Vorwald Family Trust, according to the Dallas Central Appraisal District.

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For the car enthusiast, the home has an oversized three-car garage with space for three lifts. Rosen also noted the home’s “resort-like” tiled pool. A folding wall of windows on the home’s first floor opens up to the pool and a 1,539 square-foot cabana. On each side of the hot tub is a sun-soaking area.

The property also includes a roughly 1,700-square-foot guest house with full bathrooms upstairs and downstairs.

The home, Rosen said, is “very elegant but it’s still very comfortable.”

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“You’re really in one of the primest locations in Highland Park,” he said.

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