A lavish estate in Waxahachie has hit the market with a $10 million price tag, making it the city’s most expensive listing since records began being tracked in 2002.
Situated just south of Dallas, the sprawling estate at 400 Victorian Dr. sits on five acres of scenic trees. There is even a fishing pond on the property. However, the listing’s truly unique feature is the 65,000-gallon indoor pool that has its own humidifier.
“If you’ve ever been in a hotel where they’ve got an inside pool and it smells like chlorine, and you feel like it’s humid in that room — it doesn’t in this room,” explained Karen Cuskey-Hartman of Coldwell Banker Realty Dallas, the listing agent for the property, according to The Dallas Morning News.
On either side of the pool is a gourmet kitchen with premium stainless-steel appliances. There is also a gym with a sauna.
The rest of the 22,000-square-foot home, which was built in 2022, contains high-end fixtures and finishes. Potential buyers would also be hard-pressed to select a master bedroom since all six of them are massive and include their own ensuite baths and ample walk-in closets.
The property has multiple formal living and dining areas as well as an 800-bottle wine room, craft and music rooms, and game and theater spaces.
Overnight guests to the property can stay in their own two-bedroom guest house, which spans over 2,800 square feet.
A buyer might take comfort in knowing that there is also a fortified safe room with 1-foot-thick walls inside, as well as an extensive garage space that can fit over four cars.
Speaking about how Waxahachie’s city profile has grown in recent years, Cuskey-Hartman stressed that the city had just reeled in some major capital investments, including a new 70-acre business park developed by Jerry Jones’ Blue Star Land and Lincoln Property Company.
“There’s big money investing in Waxahachie,” she said, according to the DMN.
As previously reported by The Dallas Express, Waxahachie was named by Travel Awaits as one of the top places to visit outside Dallas. It was highlighted for the historical Victorian architecture style of its courthouse and several homes.
While it is a growing city with a vibrant downtown area filled with restaurants and boutiques, it still has quaint, small-town vibes.