Can you say every line of dialogue with Cate Blanchett as you watch Elizabeth for the hundredth time? Are you obsessed with books about those poor Boleyn girls? Did you cry for days when The Tudors ended on Showtime? If so, it’s time to bring some Tudor magic to your real life. This handsome Tudor estate in Old Preston Hollow should do the trick.

Built in 1932, the home was renovated in 2002 by architect Richard Drummond Davis and Reilly Homes and it boasts plenty of rooms for you to pursue your passions. Watch your programs in the media room. Read historical fiction in the library. Train for personal trials and royal challenges in the exercise room.

But wait! There’s more! The property’s grounds feature beautiful trees, a lake view, a pool, and a spa. You can sit outside, survey your kingdom, and smugly say, “Does not a queen sit under the same stars as any other woman?” 

Kimberlee Gromatzky for Dave Perry-Miller. 214-802-5025.