Tag Archives: Colleyville
Hunter Mahan and Kandi Are Building a 19,000 Square Foot Love Nest In Dallas. Dallas Celeb Real Estate News for Valentines Day
Golfing hottie Hunter and his bride, former Dallas Cowboys Cheerleader Kandi (Harris) are building a 19,000 plus square foot home in an exclusive Preston Hollow gated community. The mega mansion will not only have underground parking, it will have an underground basketball court! Hunter’s home in Colleyville, (pictured here) meantime, remains on the market at $1,499,999. The Colleyville home is just about the value of Hunter’s one-acre lot over there at Royal and Inwood. DCAD has it valued at $1.2 plus just for the dirt. He and Kandi bought it in November of 2010. Estimated taxes are $33,000 for starters… I cannot even begin to think what his property taxes will be one that puppy is complete!
Dallas Real Estate Sale of the Week: Where Is DeMarcus Ware Going, Leaving Behind a Wine Porch, Outdoor Turf and Putting Green at Castleton Manor?
Khloe & Company and Deion’s Big D have kept me so busy I forgot about the DeMarcus Ware story sitting on my desk: the Dallas Cowboys linebacker plopped his home, Castleton Manor at 6900 Rockingham Court, on the market recently with a price tag of $2.198 milion out in Colleyville. From the looks of it, Ware wants to move on up to fancier digs.
This is regarding David Bagwell. We are in love with his neighborhood, and are considering lot in Broughtonbut his behavior is causing us a lot of concern. Do you know how his bankruptcy has affected his strong hold on his communities?
A little background here: Developer David Bagwell, who once worked with Mayor Leppert at the Trammell Crow Company,¬† has super strict rules for just about every move you make if you buy a home in one of his five Colleyville developments: who builds the house, who repairs it, what you can plant, where you can plant it, even how many inches away the front door coach lanterns have to be. And when you submit your new home or remodel plans to the Architecture Control Committee, you have to pay a fee. About this time last year here’s what we were discussing on DallasDirt: “David Bagwell is working as hard at staving off foreclosure on some of his Colleyville lots as he once did being the architectural control Nazi of the neighborhood. As one reader put it, not only did he peer over fences to check for compliance, homeowners were charged repeatedly just for submitting and re-submitting requests: