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100 Most Expensive Homes in Dallas

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#42 Shanin and Bryan Wilburn

$10,800,000


  • Living Area: 24,475 sq ft
  • Year Built: 2009
  • Land Value: $4,025,000
  • Noteworthy: Highest-ranked new entry on this year's list
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The former president of Southwest Risk built this 24,475-square-foot house on 2.9 acres next to Ross Perot’s house (No. 7). He stepped down from Southwest last year, and, at this writing, the house, which has an indoor basketball court, was on the market for $29,995,000. See if you can talk him down to $29,990,000.