This landmark Highland Park historic home, originally designed in 1922 by renowned architect, Anton Korn, is one of the finest examples of Georgian architecture in Dallas. Beautiful room proportions, high ceilings, and expansive rooms are hallmarks of this gracious home, and boast many original architectural details including hardwood floors, hand-blown windows, intricate millwork, and antique fireplace surrounds. The current owners have painstakingly restored the home to perfection, modifying the floor plan and mechanical systems to meet the modern needs of family living and sophisticated entertainment. Enormous gourmet kitchen with stainless appliances, island, butler's pantry, and silver storage opens to formal dining and breakfast rooms. Five bedrooms, including 2 masters, are generously-proportioned with private baths and large closets and dressing rooms. All of the formals and bedrooms have views of Turtle Creek, and also open to the expansive first and second floor loggias overlooking the lushly-landscaped back yard. An elevator services every floor, and a four-car garage and guest quarters complete this remarkable home, located in Highland Park school district, near Highland Park Village, Dallas Country Club, Dallas Theater Center, and Turtle Creek/Uptown retail.