Real Estate

Open Houses to Hit in Dallas This Weekend

From a timeless Tudor in Hollywood Heights to a cozy home on Windsor Avenue, because Windsor, of course.

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? We’ve got you covered with several eligible dwellings across Dallas.

4021 Windsor Ave. | Sunday, 1-3pm

The Neighborhood: University Park

The Price: $1,450,000

The Appeal: It seems only fitting to visit a place on Windsor Avenue on this weekend of all weekends. Plus, with the newly renovated home’s designer finishes and wallpaper, it would be worth the trip with or without its royal connotations.

707 Cordova St. | Sunday, 1-3pm

The Neighborhood: Hollywood Heights/Santa Monica

The Price: $675,000

The Appeal: If this is what comes to mind when you picture an adorable cottage in Hollywood Heights, then you have impeccable taste, and I’m jealous of it. I could never have dreamed up something this charming. But I can at least go visit it this Sunday.

4404 Greenbrier Ave. | Sunday, 2-4pm

The Neighborhood: University Park

The Price: $1,825,000

The Appeal: We’ve already touched on this Gary Cunningham masterpiece recently, but we wouldn’t want you to miss the opportunity to visit the home in all its modern, cement-filled glory.

3908 Regent Circle | Sunday, 2-4pm

The Neighborhood: Westhollow

The Price: $935,000

The Appeal: This house is so glam. This house is so glam that there’s an absolutely stunning kitchen with a huge white marble island and massive wet bar with purple lip artwork and it’s not even the most glam thing about this house. Decided for yourself what is, but my moneys on the glossy blue study and its geometric statement ceiling.

8414 Ridgelea St. | Sunday, 2-4pm

Neighborhood: Bluffview

Price: $950,000

The Appeal: This Tom Greico-designed home takes the “clean lines” concept that often accompany a contemporary home to another level. There are so many lines, and they’re as high-end as they are clean. And guys, they are clean.

 

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