Mark Cuban’s House

Mark Cuban’s House is Worth Millions of Dollars and Rising

Billionaire NBA business mogul has a house located in Dallas, Texas. The house was purchased for $14 million. When he moved into the neighborhood, the property prices surged so currently the house is valued at $24.4 million. His wise business decisions made him the billionaire that he is now.

Mark Cuban’s House

The mansion sits in the prestigious Preston Hollow neighborhood. His neighbors are also A-listers, one of them no less than President Bush.

Mark Cuban’s House
Popular for enjoying life to the fullest, his mansion is also called the “Honey Pot” because it provided the extraordinary background to his extravagant lifestyle.

Mark Cuban’s House

His favorite room in his house is his home office. Here he displays all his sporting memorabilia. His favorite is the #1 jersey of Mavericks that he got when he purchased the team.

Mark Cuban’s House

Imagine waking up with this wonderful view of the pool greeting you in the morning. You’ll be surprised this is part of a 3-storey house right by the side of the main mansion.

Mark Cuban’s House

Cuban loves the party life. He probably hosts most of his parties in this pool

Mark Cuban’s House

Outside this huge house, he has a tennis court, a basketball court, and a cabana where he DJs and a 3-storey pool house.

Mark Cuban’s House

Behind him lurks the cabana topped with a Jeffersonian-style rotunda. This serves as the key party location where he DJs once in a while.

Mark Cuban’s House

Behind his famous oversized desk, he’s giving instructions how to go about this huge mansion. Who won’t get lost when there are 10 bedrooms and baths, 6 half baths, 5 fireplaces and many more?

Mark Cuban’s House

This is a typical day at Mark Cuban’s home office. This is his sanctuary where he goes back to when he’s having a rough day. He keeps it cluttered as usual.

Mark Cuban’s House

The stone and slate roof home sits on 24,000 square feet of land. The entrance showcases an elegant fountain, at the portico gas lamps and carved mahogany doors that stand 12 feet high.

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