Real Estate Report: What $750,000 Buys You in Dallas

What would you choose: Condo, large back yard, or Oak Cliff location?

Armstrong3205 Armstrong Avenue, # 13, $745,000
2 bedrooms, 2.1 bathrooms, 2,691 square feet
Travis Walk

This Bud Ogelsby designed condo on Armstrong between Travis and Cole is a contemporary gem. The custom lighting by Craig Roberts Associates is just one of the special features of the space. The galley kitchen includes lacewood cabinetry and a breakfast bar table. The living space is designed around the impressive open staircase. The location is walking distance from the Katy Trail, shops like Forty Five Ten and Jonathan Adler, and restaurants Abacus and Sangria. Sam Saladino for David Griffin & Company. 214-212-0303.

Tommson838 Thomasson Drive $750,000
4 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, 3,004 square feet
Kessler Highlands

Built in 1926, the home has been completely gutted and redone. (The front facade and original foundation are all that remain.) Inside you’ll find a floor plan and designer touches that read more like a new build. For instance, the kitchen includes amenities like a second sink, SubZero refrigerator/freezer/wine chiller, and a Wolf oven. The master boasts marble, a large tub, and walk-in shower. And what’s not to love about living close to the Bishop Arts District? Diane Sherman for David Griffin & Company. 469-767-1823.

Azalea5924 Azalea Lane $750,000
5 bedrooms, 4 bathrooms, 3,844 square feet
Preston Royal

The largest square footage of the group, the North Dallas home has many transitional rooms and floor plan options, making this the perfect space for a growing family with ever-changing needs. Five bedrooms, three living areas, and two additional rooms leave enough space for an office, workout space, playroom, formals, den — you name it. The family room overlooks the spacious back yard with a deck. Deborah Laza for Ebby Halliday Realtors. 214-621-6957.