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Inside the Mansion of Dallas’ Real Housewives Star — See That Controversial Entranceway Pool

Stephanie Hollman's Made Some Changes to This $5 Million Palace

BY // 04.06.19
photography Turtle Creek Association

Dallas’ house fans and reality TV fanatics are in for a real treat — a trip inside the mansion of a Real Housewife. 

Rabid fans of pop culture will get to enter the $5 million mansion of Stephanie and Travis Hollman. It’s definitely the most eye-opening abode among the distinguished Dallas houses on the Turtle Creek Association’s Tour of Homes.

You may recognize the home before you even get your in-person peek — the purchasing process played a significant part in season two of Real Housewives of Dallas. There was one unique feature that was a bit troubling for Stephanie: a pool sunk right into the foyer.

It’s since been covered, alongside several other substantial changes to “Casa Bellamini,” thanks to a $1.7-million renovation.

So Stephanie finally did get a say after Travis blindsided her with the news that he bought the house.

Braden Power constructed the home back in 2005, making it as luxe as possible with a media room, wet bar and an upstairs devoted mostly to the master suite, with a Jacuzzi spa, television, bathtub room, bedroom and coffee and wine bar.

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The main foyer pool, which can be uncovered for entertaining, rivals the infinity pool outdoors.

You can take the tour this Sunday, April 7th from 1 to 5 pm, with a ticketed reception following from 6:30 to 8:30 pm at the nearly 18,000-square-foot home of Betsy and Guinn Crousen.

The reality star’s house at 3816 Turtle Creek is the one house on the tour, accompanied by a trio of high-rise living spaces on the 24th and 17th floors of The Warrington at 3831 Turtle Creek, and the 15th floor of The Vendome at 3505 Turtle Creek.

Tickets begin at $60 for non-Turtle Creek Association members, and go up to $125 for the exclusive, first-come first-serve after party tickets. Guests can also purchase a combined tour ticket and after-party ticket for $150.

Sales benefit the Turtle Creek Association, an organization committed to the preservation of the Turtle Creek neighborhood.

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