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What $500,000 Gets You in Uptown, Oak Lawn, and Lower Greenville

What half a million will get you around town.

Recently, we’ve been focusing in a lot on what prospective buyers can find in each Dallas neighborhood. But what if you’re not sold on a certain ’hood? What if you want to test the waters with a particular price point? If that amount just happens to be $500,000, here’s a small sampling of what’s on the market.


Uptown | 2300 Leonard Street #507


Ah, Hotel ZaZa. The lavish boutique hotel draws many a local to dine and drink at Dragonfly or treat themselves at the ZaSpa. But imagine living there full time. Would you ever want to leave the comfort of your condo, with its gourmet kitchen and 12 foot ceilings? Could you tear yourself away from your California Closet or charming terrace? It’s up to you, but with your ZaZa Black Card, you could at least go to the hotel pool.

By the Numbers
  • $485,000
  • 1,340 Square Feet
  • 1 Bedroom
  • 1.1 Bathroom
  • 2 Garage Spaces
  • 1 Pool (on property)



Oak Lawn | 4111 Newton Avenue #22

oak lawn

With towering windows and sophisticated finishes, this sun-soaked Oak Lawn townhome is a contemporary gem. Think Bosch appliances, duel sinks, two walk-in closes, a jetted tub, and a private rooftop deck. Walking distance to Equinox and the Shops of Highland Park just add to the appeal.

By the Numbers
  • $499,000
  • 2,031 Square Feet
  • 2 Bedrooms
  • 2.1 Bathrooms
  • 2 Garage Spaces


Lower Greenville | 5726 Vanderbilt Avenue


It might look like just another M Streets Tudor from the outside, but with its stainless steel-filled kitchen, French doors, decorative lighting, and stunning master bathroom, 5726 Vanderbilt Avenue is a must-see in Lower Greenville. Bonus points for the multi-level backyard deck.

By the Numbers
  • $495,000
  • 1,656 Square Feet
  • 3 Bedrooms
  • 2 Bathrooms
  • 1 Garage Space
  • 1 Fireplace