“Real Housewives of Dallas” star Kameron Westcott has listed her custom Dallas home for $5,125,000.
The reality TV celebrity and her husband, Court Westcott, built the home in 2008, and have lived there since then.
“This is truly a unique property, because of the thought and attention to detail that went into designing it,” says the listing agent, Kelli Macatee of Compass.
“Kameron wanted to feel at home in North Texas, so she was inspired by her Santa Barbara upbringing, with the fresh, airy, and seamless flow of indoor and outdoor living in the residence.”
Over a decade later, the couple has decided to place the Santa Barbara-inspired home on the market.
“This has been a treasured home for them for over 10 years, but like all of us, they’re ready for a change,” Macatee says. “Because of that, someone is going to get a fabulous home.” She notes that the couple plan to stay in the Dallas area.
Fans of the show may recognize some signature Kameron touches—the place is filled with her trademark pink.
The luxury construction, designed by architect Will Snyder and built by George Lewis, features such high-end amenities as an elevator, a home movie theater, a wine cellar, and tasting area.
Westcott’s home has figured into her Instagram feed, which has lately featured the reality star dancing around outside the property in TikTok videos.
Located in the city’s prestigious Highland Park neighborhood, the spacious, 7,409-square-foot spread features six bedrooms, six full bathrooms, and two half-bathrooms.
Enter through an arched doorway, and you’ll find an office painted in bubblegum pink with a glamorous chandelier.
This sets the tone for much of the home, which includes a gallery wall bedecked with rose-colored artwork, including an image of Marilyn Monroe blowing a bubble, and a neon sign spelling out “Wink.”
The main level includes living room and dining areas and is punctuated by pops of pink throughout.
The modern, white kitchen fits a casual dining table and opens to the outside.
In the family room, a fully retractable wall of windows disappear, extending the space outdoors to the al fresco kitchen, fireplace, covered patio, and pool.
We look forward to seeing what the decor will look like in the Westcotts’ next home. We’ll hazard a guess that pink may play a role.