One of North Dallasâ biggest residential estates is getting even bigger.
Elaine and Trevor Pearlmanâs Preston Hollow mansion sits on four acres on Park Lane.
The more than 19,000-square-foot faux French chateau is valued for taxes at $11.3 million and has its own private lake, two swimming pools, separate 1,796-square-foot servants quarters and two cabanas each over 1,000 square feet.
The block-long property fronting Park Lane has elaborate gardens and is heavily treed.
To provide even more room, the Pearlmanâs have purchased two smaller estates just south of their property and are asking the city plan commission to combine it all into one 6-acre compound.
One of the houses to be added to the property is a 4,700-square-foot Hollow Way residence that has its own swimming pool, tennis courts and is valued at $1.8 million on tax rolls. The other house on Alva Court has just over 3,000 square feet and a tax value of $1.7 million.
As interesting as the estate details is the list of nearby neighbors whoâve been notified of the planning department request â" including Boone Pickens, former Dallas mayor Tom Leppert, billionaire oilman Kelcy Warren (of downtown deck park naming fame) and Robert Sulentic, CEO of commercial real estate giant CBRE Group.
Pearlman is a prominent Dallas attorney who is originally from South Africa. Heâs also a founding partner in private equity firm Tregan Partners.
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