Champ d’Or Mansion in the small Denton County town of Hickory Creek is back on the market, less than two years after being sold by Concierge Auctions. Texas’ biggest and best masterpiece 48,000-square-foot Champ d’Or, which translates to “Fields of Gold,” was bought in an auction in 2012 by an affiliate of The Tabani Group after 433 auction inquiries and over 500 showings. At the time, the Hickory Creek mansion had a reserve price of $10.3 million.
It cost about $46 million, took five years to build, and has been sitting on the market for umpteen years. In January, with the strong return of the real estate market, the seller put Champ d’Or on the market for $35 million.
Now, for that price, you’ll get approximately 40,000 square feet, on 40 acres, all while being less than 30 minutes from Dallas. Tabani family, have completed some renovation and extensive landscaping which means it now boasts “everything even the pickiest buyer has been looking for”, such as 6 stately bedrooms, 6 full bathrooms and 8 half baths, exercise room, bowling alley, racquetball court, indoor AND outdoor pool, steam sauna room, grand ballroom, media room, and of course the million dollar women’s closet.
Now is your chance to own one of the most iconic pieces of American real estate.