Do you like to home ogle? Do you like driving by houses and thinking to yourself, “I’ve been in there. Their indoor hot tub was quite appealing”? Do you actually need to find a new home to live in? Every other week, we scout out three open houses in three different neighborhoods that look well worth the trip.
3416 Drexel Drive | Open Sunday April 12 from 2 – 4pm
The Neighborhood: Highland Park
The Price: $3,199,999
Why It Looks Cool: If this house weren’t so perfect for a family, I’d say it would make an excellent bachelorette pad. Not only has every single detail of the house been renovated to perfection, but with its excess of pretty chandeliers, white couches, pastel walls, and some seriously cool wallpaper, this Highland Park home is begging for a feminine inhabitant to maintain its many white orchids. There is a room at the end of the Ebby.com slideshow with plenty of man cave potential, but the white couch would most definitely have to go.
5614 Boca Raton Drive | Open Sunday April 12 from 2 – 4pm
The Neighborhood: North Dallas
The Price: $1,890,000
Why It Looks Cool: The house was constructed by one of D’s Best Home Builders, The Hill Group, and it shows. The one-of-a-kind farmhouse modern features plenty of clean lines, a meticulous pallet, an open floor plan, and a spacious backyard. Whether or not you’re in the market for a custom modern home, 5614 Boca Raton is worth the trip if only to glimpse a floating staircase and frameless cabinets.
4321 Travis Street | Open Sunday April 12 from 1 – 3pm
The Neighborhood: Uptown
The Price: $1,285,000
Why It Looks Cool: Just recently placed on the market by PGA golden boy Jordan Spieth, this townhouse is a total bachelor (or bachelorette!) pad. The three-level home is dressed head-to-toe in sleek, modern furnishings including a Bulthaup kitchen and cork-walled wine storage. There’s also a newly finished theater room, an outdoor Jacuzzi, and a glass fire pit. This is your rare opportunity to purchase a little of that Spieth magic, or at least get close to it.