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The Mark Cuban House in Dallas Texas

Its a Deal, the Mark Cuban House is a Mansion

If you have watched Shark Tank then you are familiar with Mark Cuban and the Mark Cuban house. He is a well-known investor and owner of NBA’s Dallas Mavericks, Landmark Theatres, and Magnolia Pictures. He was born and raised in Pittsburgh, PA but currently resides in Dallas, Texas. Mark would purchase expensive shoes as a child by rating money which sparked his passion for success.

With two kitchens, five wet bars, and five fireplaces Mark Cuban’s house can be classified as a mansion. It was built in 1997 but still contains its class and character. Of course, he has a pool and tennis courts that were added after 1997. The current value is appraised at $10,928,000. Just his garage space is 4,838 square feet.

Mark Cuban is an investor that everyone admires because of his humble advice regarding smart and strategical investments on television. His realness and composure bring him the right deals for success. We look forward to his future endeavors within the architectural community.

Specifications

Location: Dallas, Texas

Size:  23,676 Square Feet

Bedrooms: 10

Bathrooms: (Full/Half) 10/ 6

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Tatjana Faplo
I am a professional writer and editor with a rich history of writing experiences. In the past, I've worked for glossy magazines, branding agencies, creative institutions, architectural and design firms, nonprofit organizations, small businesses, and health foundations.

1 COMMENT

  1. This is the real deal of being a billionaire, only billions are spent to put up such a great house.

    Anyhow i would wish to have the architectural plan and the blue print of that mansion.

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