4311 & 4321 Lakeside Drive

Prestige, Position, Potential.

A chance to create something spectacular

Regarded as one of the most admired and desired destinations in America, Highland Park, Texas is truly exclusive. Now, there is an opportunity like no other, to create a new legacy on a breathtaking property that marks Highland Park's entrance.

This beautiful tract of land, shaded by magnificent oak trees and flanked by a famous fountain, is an opportunity to add a new chapter to the great family estates of Texas.

A story all of its own, this is the gateway to one of the most prestigious suburbs in the U.S.

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“This gorgeous, heavily treed acreage is considered Dallas Royalty.”
-- Juli Harrison, Executive Vice President, Allie Beth Allman Real Estate

Zoning and Setbacks

A Unique Flexibility

The property has been zoned to two home sites, each 1.17 acres in size. Highland Park states that once this downsizing occurred, the two lots cannot thereafter be subdivided. On their own they are vast and exciting, each is a stage to establish a substantial Highland Park home.

However, the scope is also there to purchase both sites and consolidate into one building site, an undertaking to create an epic legacy.

Pricing Upon Request

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"I can't think of another location that would be more desirable"
-- William D. White Jr., former Mayor of Highland Park

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Every property in Highland Park has to be platted for development. In that process, the situation of the buildings, driveways etc are all set before the Town for review and public input.

Setbacks

  • 61 feet on Lakeside Drive
  • 50 feet on Armstrong Avenue
  • 32.7 feet on Oak Lawn Avenue

Resources

Resumes of featured architect and builder on video

Mark Hoesterey and Mark Danuser

Together, architect Mark Hoesterey and Builder Mark Danuser have crafted some of the most significant homes in Texas. United again, this expert team has fallen in love with not only the property itself, but the possibility of something truly legendary.

Architect: Mark Hoesterey

“(The Gates of Highland Park) really seems to be the kind of place that you could build a dream.” -- Mark Hoesterey

Mark Hoesterey, AIA, is a founding Principal and Designer at Stocker Hoesterey Montenegro Architects, PLLC.

Builder: Mark Danuser

“Being at the entry from Dallas to Highland Park in a parklike setting - it is once in a life.”
--Mark Danuser

Mark Danuser serves as president and co-owner of Dallas-based Tatum Brown Custom Homes. He directs the design and build process of high-end residential projects, specializing in plan review, budgeting, purchasing, design and overall project management.