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The Mansion with No Bedrooms Can Be Yours

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How much would you pay for a nearly 6,000-square feet mansion?  

Maybe a mere $989,000? 

Did I mention that it has only one-half bath and no bedrooms?  

If you are in the market for a mansion, this is your opportunity to get a unique North Dallas home at 13299 Southview Lane on the corner of Coit Road. 

The most expensive home on Southview Lane was initially built as a business. Situated on 0.54 acres, the brick home-like structure has been on the market for more than 90 days.  

According to the real estate listing on Zillow, the single-family residence was built in 2000 “with walls, flooring, and ceiling made of concrete.” 

To entice buyers, the listing states, “This property can serve as the perfect storage spot for large wine collections, art collections, multiple cars, as well as serving as the ultimate safe house. The building is connected to two electrical grids and also features a natural gas generator that is powered by two diesel fuel tanks in the event of a natural gas failure, making the chance of power loss very rare. With office space as well as warehouse space and large outdoor area, there are many ways this property can be utilized.” 

While realtors may be struggling to sell this “residential” home with potential buyers suggesting it could be a school or office center, today’s real estate market ensures no property will remain for sale for an extended amount of time.  

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