This French Style Residential Design Is Texas Most Famous Estate – With an opulent aesthetic, this unique residential design project was built for the late billionaire Lonnie “Bo” Pilgrim, the founder of Pilgrim’s Pride Poultry products. Also known as the Cluckingham Palace, this luxury estate in North Texas is one of the oldest mansions in town.
The property sits on 43 landscaped acres and includes a posh 18,300 square feet luxury mansion in Pittsburg, East Texas, only an hour and a half away from Dallas. This French style residential design was valued at $8 million dollars.
Created in 1992 with a $15 million budget, this French style residential design became one of Texas’ most famous luxury estates thanks to its beautiful architecture and exquisite interiors, designed as a “French Renaissance dream home” by Dallas architect Richard Drummond Davis. Inside there are two levels filled with exquisite design details like marble pillars and staircase, delicate crown moldings and wrought-iron balustrades.
Chateau de Pilgrim is how the home was christened, reflecting on its French Baroque style. Representing the best of the luxury lifestyle, this French style residential design is composed of six bedrooms, ten and a half luxury bathrooms, exercise room, formals, quarters, media room, and chickens etched in every corner.
Besides luxury living areas, the famous Frech style residential design also features a huge indoor swimming pool and spa, more of a natatorium. The grounds include trails, smooth green fields beckoning a soccer game or a polo hunt, and a pond loaded with fish. Outdoors, the luxurious property boasts incredible gardens, with neatly manicured hedges, a wide variety of trees and shrubs, three ponds and a meandering creek, so the incredible property is easily navigated in a golf cart.
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