something dope here today..below we feature Dick Clark’s home..to say he was fan of The Flintstones would be a gross understatement..rest in peace Mr. Clark..connoisseurs enjoy..
This is the Northaven Contemporary complex located right here in Dallas, Tx..description and artwork are below..courtesy of Luxist.com
..This contemporary home in North Dallas was built in 2007. The curving glass home has seven bedrooms and measures almost 15,000 square feet. The home is on 1.77 acres that includes a crescent-shaped pool and a large green lawn that gives the home a bit of a stadium like look from the outside. As Curbed pointed out some of the glass windows look out onto cement walls which span halfway up for privacy. The windows do mean that the home is flooded with bright light. Everything in the home was kept sleeker-than-sleek with a wood kitchen with Miele and Sub-Zero appliances and wood bathroom and closet details playing off polished concrete floors.The home also includes a children’s playroom, media room, gameroom with bar and a study.
listed at: $11.5 million
This is the home of millionaire brothers Josh & Matthew Altman..description & artwork are shown below..courtesy of Luxist.com
..The property, a sleek high-end toy box that screams “let’s party” is a state-of-the-art Architectural home designed for entertaining. It has large open rooms, high ceilings for art collections, and explosive city-to-ocean views in a gated enclave. The living and dining rooms have full-wall sliding glass doors that open to the infinity pool and spa. The 1,200-square-foot master suite has a fireplace, sitting area and walls of glass. There’s a bells-and-whistles kitchen with every amenity a chef could dream about, set in Macassar ebony cabinetry.
For entertainment, there is a THX theater, bar and spa-like baths throughout. The home also has a limo length garage and underground power lines.
listed at: $6,250,000
The home’s greatest gift to its owners—harmony with the environment—is apparent in the master bathroom, where a tub carved from a single piece of limestone sits before sliding glass panels that open the space to the outdoors. “The thing I love most about this house is how well it’s connected to the Big Sur landscape, which is one of the most incredible places on earth,” says the wife. “Sometimes I sit in the tub and look out and wonder how we got to be so lucky.”