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Open Houses

Open Houses To Hit This Weekend

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By Sophie Lidji |

Do you like to home ogle? Do you like driving by houses and thinking to yourself, “I’ve been in there before; the indoor pool was quite appealing.” Do you actually need to find a new home? Each week, we scout out three open houses in three different neighborhoods that look well worth the trip.


815 Thomasson Drive | Sunday, 1-3 pm

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The Price: $399,900

The Neighborhood: North Oak Cliff

Why It Looks Cool: This bright, stylish Tudor features lots of cleverly chosen details and fresh hardwoods. And a standalone tub? 815 Thomasson, be ours.


4409 Goodfellow Drive | Saturday, 1-3 pm


The Price: $719,900

The Neighborhood: North Highlands Estates

Why It Looks Cool: This Cape Cod-style home is bringing the New England charm, and has a killer backyard entertaining area that is begging for dozens of summer dinner parties. With the sprawling lawns in the front and back, it’s a fabulous home for a family (especially one that likes to grill).


6302 Reiger Avenue | Saturday, 12-2 pm


The Price: $399,900

The Neighborhood: Lakewood

Why It Looks Cool: With its chic, mod decor (that pink velvet sofa though), this powder blue ’40s-era bungalow sends our hearts aflutter. If you’re able to stop by on Saturday, please let us know how mesmerizing that bathroom wallpaper.

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