Highland Park Estate Hits Market for $9.5M

Highland Park
3701 Euclid Ave. | Images by Shoot2Sell Photography

The Highland Park home of a late ExxonMobil executive recently hit the market for $9.5 million.

The luxury three-story estate, located at 3701 Euclid Ave. in Highland Park, comprises six bedrooms, six full bathrooms, two half bathrooms, a sprawling double staircase and grand entry, an expansive upper-level game room, a study area, a pool and spa, two multi-car garages, and more, according to a description of the property.

The home is listed by realtors and sisters Carissa Buchanan and Kim Mullins of Mullins Buchanan Group, a real estate team affiliated with Keller Williams.

The nearly 10,000-square-foot property has an extensive history and was once the home of Susan G. Simon and her late husband J. Stephen “Steve” Simon, a former director and senior vice president of ExxonMobil Corporation who passed away in 2009.

“This house was built in 1996, but the Simons purchased it in the early 2000s when they relocated from Virginia to finish Stephen’s career with Exxon Mobil,” Buchanan and Mullins told The Dallas Express.

Susan, who passed away in November 2022, maintained an active presence in the community, having worked with several local organizations to tackle homelessness and addiction. Some of the organizations she worked with included the auxiliary support group Stewpot Alliance and the Nexus Recovery Center, a Dallas-based addiction treatment facility, the sisters explained.

3701 Euclid, considered “an entertainer’s dream,” was first listed on September 16 following a high-end estate sale at the home in July. Dallas-based Janelle Stone Estate Services conducted the sale, which ended up being the largest in the firm’s 40-year history.

Mullins and Buchanan were selected as the estate’s listing agents due to their familiarity and history with members of the family, having taught several of the family’s children during their 24 years as teachers with a family-owned, private Montessori school in Frisco.

“We’ve just known the family for a really long time,” said Mullins, The Dallas Morning News reported. “Obviously, when this happened, they were looking for somebody that they knew and trusted to take on this responsibility.”

Buchanan and Mullins are scheduled to hold an open house for the estate on September 30 between 1 and 3 p.m.

“With its location on Euclid only a short walk to shopping, parks, and city hall, it is perfect for someone who loves to entertain and is ready to put their own personal design stamp on the home,” Buchanan and Mullins told The Dallas Express. “This home also appeals to anyone with a family or extended family who wants to take advantage of the top-rated school district or any of the other amenities that make Highland Park a wonderful place to call home.”


Update: This article has been updated on September 28 at 3:40 p.m. to correct some errors of fact related to the listing agents.

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