If you have a spare $23 million burning a hole in your pocket, you might want to consider a move to Dallas.
World-renowned architect Philip Johnson designed and built a house -- if you can call this huge structure a house -- there in 1963, and it's now on the market.
The huge mansion has six bedrooms, seven full bathrooms and four half-baths. The nearly 12,000-square-foot home stands on nearly seven acres, which also include a "media house," a pool, a tennis court and a cabana. According to the Houston Chronicle, the house has been on and off the market since 2014, when it was originally listed at $27.5 million.
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In 2010, the New York Times called the home "strangely fascinating" and "almost campy." It was commissioned by Texas businessman Henry C. Beck III and is now known as "The Beck House." It's the only house Johnson ever designed in Dallas, and it was renovated in 2008 by a Dallas design firm. According to CultureMap, the owners were huge fundraisers for the Obama campaign, so the former president even visited the house twice. Indeed, the listing says the house "as seen galas and gowns. A president. A first lady. A rock concert. Champagne toasts. Fashion shows down the double stairs. Singers. Socialites. Senators. Ambassadors. A ballet performance on the lawn."
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