Originally built in 1904, for the C.H. Alexander family, this dignified home is an exceptionally well-proportioned design of English inspired architecture with neo-classic influence. Acquired in 1930 by the Dallas Woman’s Forum, it was restored and redecorated in 1967. The front columns are constructed of authentic Vermont granite and reach two stories high. The columns support the portal roof while surrounding the roof is a simple authentic entablature. Wide steps lead up to the porch with built-in seats flanking each side. The huge double doors of patterned beveled glass are impresssively beautiful.
This elegant historical mansion is located one mile east of the Dallas Arts District. Availble to rent for any occasion, the Alexander Mansion can be your home for entertaining. For weddings, anniversary celebrations, holiday entertaining, or corporate parties, this historic landmark transports your guests to the elegance of the 19th century.