Designed by Wilson McClure and the architect owner, and built in 1955, the stately creekside estate in Park Cities embodies the serenity and solitude of a spectacular private cul-de-sac setting on Windsor Lane. A marble foyer unveils the inviting formal living area, where an abundance of windows look out to the grounds—a theme that is carried throughout the residence. Perfectly proportioned, the living room is adjoined by a picturesque garden room paved in brick. Opposite is a firelit library with bath (convertible to a master suite) that wraps around to the formal dining room, a favorite setting with beautiful views through the garden room to outdoor entertaining areas. Also off the garden room, the family den enjoys pool and patio views. Accessed through the den and butler’s pantry, the generous kitchen features abundant storage. In the original design there were six bedrooms on the second level. Current owners created three large suites that retain the ability to add bedrooms if desired. The master retreat enjoys an adjoining room suited to a sitting area or office. A large upstairs family room and the two additional suites lend further hospitality. Accessed from the second-floor interior or an outside entry are spacious guest quarters with a living area, bedroom, bath, five closets, and a small kitchenette—a space flexible enough to reconfigure into a private office or additional bedrooms. Perhaps the most beautiful feature of the estate, however, is the setting itself. With an abundance of towering trees and mature gardens, the approximately 1.47 prized acres bordering Turtle Creek, one of the most beloved areas of Dallas, affords wonderful spots for entertaining or simply celebrating serene solitude overlooking the creek.