With its gorgeous Spanish Colonial-style architecture, resort-like grounds, and desirable location, this Highland Park manse is a rare gem. Built in 1926 for Harry Harlan, cotton broker, and designed by John Allen Boyle, the same architect who created what is now the Mansion on Turtle Creek, the 2-story residence sits on 1.5 landscaped acres and stretches more than 14,000 sf. The 6-BR estate includes elegant formals, a spacious kitchen, an expansive great room, a luxurious owner’s suite, an exercise rm, & a cozy wood-paneled library with a FP & built-ins. The interiors also feature exquisite materials and beautiful millwork throughout. Other perks include a pool, gazebo, elevator, and garage parking for 5 cars.