Discover the angular Preston Forest home used for CEO entertaining
With a long history, the house located at 11715 Parwen Drive in the Preston-Forest neighborhood of Dallas is an ideal place for entertaining, even a bit of a celebrity connection.
The house was originally built in 2003, including 5 bedrooms, five-and-a-half-bathroom home for Ron and Abby Smith, owners of Quorum Custom Homes. Listing agent It is said that the house’s features include maple flooring, an elevator, top-of-the-line appliances, a game room, a private theater and a 25-foot balcony.
The property was sold by the Smiths in June 2004 to Amy and Darren Kozelsky. According to a Candy’s Dirt, the latter is a country Christian singer and the former is an heiress. Later. the Kozelskys built one of Preston Hollow’s most unique houses, which was referred to as the Lone Star Spaceship or the Salad-Spinner Mansion.
The house changed hands when being purchased by Chemical Management Co in 2009. Its main function was known for entertaining guests.
Skeen said, “A corporation for their CEO purchased the house. That he came to town and used it as a company entertaining space. It is pretty perfect for those sorts of events.”
In 2014, the house was sold again to its current sellers, and they also use the house to entertain. Moreover, the parents reaped the benefits of the upstairs bedrooms.He said, “All three-kid’s bedrooms are upstairs, and there is a game room and a theater room up there. They were fond of that setup as they could have a dinner party downstairs, and the kids wouldn’t have to feel like that they were shut in their rooms.”
All the house’s funky chandeliers and some art could be included with the sale of the house in the right circumstance, which attracts a potential buyer who is looking for a house with character.
“They’re willing to include anything. They’re not married to anything”, Skeen said. The house is listed at a price tag of $2,200,000 without art or light fixtures.