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Location: Dallas, Texas
A 14,795-square-foot residential salad spinner originally built for Christian country singer Darren Kozelsky came back on the market today for $7.95M, having gone unsold for four years since listing in January of 2011 for $11.5M. Thought Kozelsky once sang the unforgettable line "there oughta be a real superman, or at least a real Lone Ranger," for modern listeners, his former home in Preston Hollow, Dallas, will bring a different singer to mind: Justin Beiber, who recently trashed a contemporary salad spinner in Beverly Hills.
According to a 2013 writeup on Realtor dot com, the seven-bedroom was "meticulously planned from top to bottom to create an organic living space within a modern shell." Architect Lionel Morrison employed a "concrete partition for exterior privacy, and a series of windows and vestibules allow for a wealth of natural light," creating "a seamless and social experience thanks to recessed doors and a sliding panel that bridge interior entertaining areas with a central courtyard." The two-acre estate also features a "separate catering kitchen" and a "dramatically curved infinity pool."