This unit is two apartments combined into one for 7,500 square feet of glamorous city living.
This penthouse apartment at the Residences at the Stoneleigh is exactly what comes to mind when we think of luxury living in a big city. Previous owners transformed two units into one expansive apartment with a private and expansive master suite and a clearly divided space for entertaining.
Listing agent Lisa Besserer said the residential building is one of the most glamorous in Dallas.
“I think it is right now the best in the city,” Besserer said. “To me, of all the buildings in Dallas, this one feels like Manhattan. When you walk in, it’s very glamorous, very elegant. All of the amenities are first class.”
Pogir of Briggs Freeman Sotheby’s International Realty is the co-listing agent who goes by one name. He calls the apartment a “mansion in the sky.”
Certainly so. The apartment overlooks the skyline with three outdoor covered terraces with views of both uptown and downtown Dallas, depending on where you sit.
Three bedrooms, three bathrooms and three half-bathrooms fit inside the 7,500-square-foot apartment, with the master suite in its own private section. The master suite includes a bedroom and an elaborately designed bathroom in which a bathtub and shower are positioned facing a window looking toward the city (for beautiful views while relaxing, if you’re daring enough not to close the blinds). The master suite surpasses the traditional bedroom/bathroom/closet combination with its own home theater and library/study.
One of the two guest bedrooms connects to a six-bed bunk room hidden behind a secret door that the sellers designed for their grandchildren.
A full chef’s kitchen provides plenty of opportunities for entertaining or hosting a large event with meals catered, which co-listing agent Lisa Besserer said is a rarity for this type of home.
“They have a fabulous full catering kitchen, which is kind of an anomaly in these high-rises,” Besserer said. “You can have your own chef come in and prepare meals for receptions or showers or whatever occasions you need.”
The dining area is separated from the living room by a glass partition that allows light to cross the living space. A second living area functions as what Besserer calls the “grand ballroom” and currently houses the seller’s poker table, a wet bar and seating, and the room leads onto an outdoor terrace. The apartment also has its own art studio, a private elevator and a playroom. This unit has seven designated parking places — a luxury for apartment living, to be sure.
Owners in this building have access to all of the Stoneleigh hotel’s amenities like room service and valet. Pogir said the service at the residence is some of the best he’s known.
“It’s by far the most glamorous building in Dallas,” Besserer said.
2300 Wolf Street #20 A and B is listed for $7,195,000 by Lisa Besserer and Pogir for Briggs Freeman Sotheby’s International Realty.