See Inside: North Texas' Largest Estate, Champ d'Or, Sold at Auction
Friday, Jul 7, 2017
Champ d'Or, the largest estate in North Texas, sold at auction Friday for the second time.
The lavish French chateau-style palace in Denton County is modeled after the Vaux-le-Vicomte chateau in Paris, and was built in 2002 by Alan and Shirley Goldfield for an estimated $52 million. The Hickory Creek estate most recently sold in March 2012 after 433 auction inquiries and over 500 showings.
The estate sits on almost 40 acres and includes a six bedrooms, a media room, exercise room, bowling alley, wine cellar, multiple kitchens, a sauna and steam room, a tennis court, game room, indoor and outdoor pools, plus a tea room modeled after New York's Tavern on the Green restaurant.
How much did it sell for? Concierge Auction said the price will be revealed upon closing.