Mary Kay Ash Pink Mansion
February 20, 2012 by staff
Mary Kay Ash Pink Mansion, Cosmetic queen Mary Kay Ash was synonymous with the color pink — and now you can buy a symbol of her success painted in her favorite shade.
Ash’s former home, a pale pink mansion situated in Dallas, is on the market for $3.3 million, according to Realtor.com.
It remains one of Dallas’ most recognizable homes and features six bedrooms and eight bathrooms.
Built in 1984, Ash’s home had the 11,874-square-foot (1,103-square-meter) mansion painted in her favorite color and many of her touches remain, including a master bathroom that features a pink bathtub and a pink quartz toilet.
Ash, who died late last year aged 83, had not lived in the home since the 1990s. Realtor.com noted the asking price for the home has fallen from the $5.7 million tag when it was last, and unsuccessfully, put on the market.
Ash founded her self-named cosmetics company in 1963, with a $5,000 investment, and it grew to a multi-billion-dollar empire.
She was known for driving a pink Cadillac and awarded her top salespeople with the same car.
Ash became a mentor to women in the business world, writing three books and receiving various honors for her efforts.
At the time of Ash’s death, Mary Kay Cosmetics had over 800,000 representatives in 37 countries, with total annual sales over $2 billion at retail.
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