FOR SALE: Highland Park Arts & Crafts Styled House with Prince Charles Letter Of Approval

LEIPZIG, GERMANY - MAY 08: Prince Charles, Prince of Wales waves to well wishers as he arrives at St. Thomas Church on May 8, 2019 in Leipzig, Germany. Their Royal Highnesses are paying an official visit to Germany at the request of the British government
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By 98.7 KLUV

Imagine owning a house which Prince Charles wrote a letter about!

Dallas Morning News reports architect Scott Merrill designed the almost 4,700 sq.ft. (3 bed, 4 bath, reflecting-pond style pool, 3-car garage, guest quarters, half-acre lot) 1920s English countryside inspired Arts & Crafts house, at 3509 Crescent Ave in Highland Park, which was built in 2001 by Dallas financier David Dowler. 

In 2008, Prince Charles studied the plans for the house while reviewing the works of Merrill. 

The Prince wrote, "All I can say is that I am enormously impressed - particularly by your enviable ability to produce such an incredibly 'appetizing' Arts and Crafts feel to your buildings." Charles also noted, "This is such a rare gift in today's soulless world and, for me, was best demonstrated in your Highland Park house." Another of the Prince's comments includes, "I have rarely come across something so utterly appealing..."

Now, David Dowler has this one-of-a-kind property listed with Dave Perry-Miller Real Estate's Karen Fry and Ryan Streiff.

Get your checkbook ready, and make sure it's heavy!

The price: $4.99 mil!

Tea and crumpets, or a defibrillator, anyone?