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What You Can Buy in Dallas: 5 Charming Lakewood and M Streets Homes

Put down roots in these picture-perfect neighborhoods.
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Photo Courtesy of Allie Beth Allman

With their tree-lined streets, classic homes, tire swings and tricycles, the Lakewood and M Streets neighborhoods are idyllic. We’re always drawn to real estate along these coveted streets, but these five lovely homes stood out. Prepare to fall in love with Craftsman-styles and Tudors alike.


6522 Lakeshore Drive
Photos courtesy of Ebby Halliday

The Numbers: 5 beds / 3.1 baths / 3,783 sq. ft.
The Price: $1,100,000
The Charm: 6522 Lakeshore has major curb appeal thanks to an impeccably maintained exterior. Built in 1926, the Tudor retains its original character while boasting fresh updates. The dark wood floors are polished but likely still have an endearing creak, and the antique fireplace is as chic as it is cozy.


5214 Richard Avenue
Photos courtesy of Allie Beth Allman

The Numbers: 4 beds / 3.1 baths / 3,832 sq. ft.
The Price: $975,000
The Charm: Despite its 2017 completion, this Craftsman-style gem fits right in with the decades-old homes that surround it. The open floor plan features gray hardwoods and cool white walls, with marble countertops and gleaming silver hardware throughout. A media room, a wet bar and a covered porch are ready and waiting for summer soirees.


5106 Goodwin Avenue
Photos courtesy of The Brent Germany Team, Keller Williams

The Numbers: 4 beds / 4 baths / 3,500 sq. ft.
The Price: $839,000
The Charm: So, this might actually be the cutest home in the M Streets area. The dreamy storybook house features dark wood floors, built-ins, an updated kitchen with a farmhouse sink, a walk-in closet that could accommodate even the largest wardrobes, and a tiny (and very cute) guesthouse out back.


6718 Bob-O-Link Drive
Photos courtesy of Allie Beth Allman

The Numbers: 3 beds / 2 baths / 2,264 sq. ft.
The Price: $779,000
The Charm: This 1940s-era ranch house mixes sharp white paint with light wood accents for an interior aesthetic that wows. Bay windows throughout the home offer views of the huge grassy backyard, which is shaded by pink-flowered trees.


6832 Westlake Avenue
Photos courtesy of Jonny Badgood

The Numbers: 5 beds / 6.1 baths / 7,082 sq. ft.
The Price: $2,995,000
The Charm: 6832 Westlake‘s exterior seamlessly marries an old-fashioned brick façade with modern clean-lined windows. Inside this colossal home, you’ll find state-of-the-art luxuries, and gleaming wood floors that stretch from a built-in wine cellar all the way to a luxe back patio with a fire pit.






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