Three Mid-Century Marvels You Can Buy in Dallas

We're in love.

After spending this past weekend in the land of mid-century architecture—I’m talking about Palm Springs, of course—I fell in love. Those modern, single-story abodes and their colorful exteriors have forever won my heart, so I decided to kill two birds with one stone. Here, I’ll dedicate a post to them, and find my new Dallas dream home. It’s just good time management.

Here we go.

 

706 Kessler Woods Trail

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NeighborhoodNorth Oak Cliff

Price: $825,000

Numbers: 2 Bed / 2.1 Bath / 2,366 Square Feet

Highlights: The future owner will get to say they live in one of D Home’s Most Beautiful Homes in Dallas, which (in our opinion) is something. They can also say the house was designed by Jonathan Delcambre, and has really fun Palm Springs-esque wallpaper. But really, you just can’t beat that landscaping.

 

4605 Watauga Road

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NeighborhoodBluffview

Price: $3,795,000

Numbers: 4 Bed / 4.1 Bath / 5,499 Square Feet

Highlights: Charles Dilbeck designed this striking Bluffview abode, and though the appliances have clearly been brought up to date, every bit of ’50s modernist charm is in tact.

 

5238 Edmonson Avenue

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NeighborhoodOak Lawn

Price: $1,249,000

Numbers: 4 Bed / 4 Bath / 3,615 Square Feet

Highlights: Tucked away on a tree-lined street by Inwood Road, this home looks like the perfect retreat. We’d happily spend a weekend (or forever) sleeping along the book-lined wall of the spa-like master suite.

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