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Latest revision as of 07:33, 7 April 2021

Gabrella Manor, formerly the Robert Bundy residence, is an event venue located on a five-acre lot at 8912 4th Avenue South in Roebuck. It is owned and operated by Steve Johnson and Brenda Jones.

The 8,000 square foot residence was built in 1938 for furniture dealer Robert Bundy. It was designed in Spanish-Colonial Revival style by a Dallas, Texas architect with help from a visual artist. The home was designed for entertaining with large main floor rooms, grand staircases, and multiple outdoor terraces.

The house was bought by Johnson and Jones in 1997 and they celebrated their marriage there that December. Jones renamed the property in honor of her grandmother.

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