If you've driven through Wolflin, then you've definitely seen this jewel of a home. Just looking at this house is enough to make a person dream of luxury and grandiose.

This coveted property is covered in details that encompass the entire estate, evident in the wrap-around balconies, stately pillars, and meticulously hand-plastered moldings.

The formal living area is headed with a round roof that stretches to the second floor decorated by a crystal chandelier that has an electronic pulley system for cleaning. The ceiling itself is painted in a beautiful manner by a commissioned artist.

The heart of the home lies in the chef's kitchen. Stacked with premium stainless-steel appliances and covered in Carrara marble, this kitchen is to die for. A built-in banquette in the breakfast area, beveled glass pocket doors, and a Butler's pantry/bar with soapstone counters and refined add so much to dining in this house.

The primary suite is gorgeous, featuring a painted hidden panel door, numerous closets, and a private balcony. Additionally, the versatile mother-in-law quarters, feature a kitchenette and 3/4 bath. The basement holds a 3/4 bath, a media room, and an additional utility/wrapping room.

Outdoors, you can be greeted by a stunning kitchen, a refreshing pool, and a soothing hot tub. This estate in Amarillo's sought-after area epitomizes luxury living and refined taste. If you can afford to live in this palace, you are sure to get every penny's worth out of it.

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Untouched by Time: The Historic Homes of Polk Street Then & Now

You know you've entered Amarillo's historic district once you hit the red brick roads of Center City. A unique reflection of past and present, Amarillo's historic homes seem to pose pristinely against the curb.

These large, thoughtfully designed historic homes are part of the most beautiful neighborhoods in Amarillo. But most residents will agree that nothing quite tops the staggering royal beauty of the grand homes of Polk Street. Built by Amarillo's founding fathers, the looming estates of South Polk are a sight to behold.

Check out these stunning comparison photos that show how these gorgeous structures have remained nearly untouched by time.

LOOK INSIDE: The Avery & Mary Turner House at 1706 S. Polk

This beautiful Dutch Colonial home is a true historic gem. It is part of the regal row of Amarillo's historic homes on South Polk. If you've ever wondered what these grand estates look like inside, here's your chance to take a peek!

This Beautiful Plemons-Eakle Home is a Look Back in Time

Built in 1926, this is a true historic gem of a home!

Located at 1618 S. Van Buren, the home is listed with Burgundi Thurman of ReMax Town & Country. One can only hope that someone who appreciates owning a piece of history will be the lucky one to call this place their new home.

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