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Open Houses to Hit in Dallas This Weekend

Reignite your childhood sense of wonder by visiting a contemporary creation in Uptown.
By Meghan Lally |
4010 Buena Vista Street

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

7245 Inwood Road – Saturday 2-4pm

The Neighborhood: Love Field

The Price: $1,445,000

The Appeal: Dallas might be a no-coast city, but this geometric gem was made for a beach town.  The white exterior transitions into an equally crisp interior, where my eye was immediately drawn to the orange and blue painting in the dining room. If only furnishings were included in the asking price. Sigh.

4010 Buena Vista St. | Saturday 6-8pm

The Neighborhood: Uptown

The Price: $1,500,000

The Appeal: If your tree house was your sanctuary growing up, turn your eye to this Uptown gem. Situated alongside the Katy Trail, this home is your childhood hideout IRL. With extensive outdoor living and some sort of hot tub right in the middle of the kitchen (seriously), you’ll be the most popular kid in the neighborhood.

7125 Wildgrove Ave. | Sunday, 3-5pm

The Neighborhood: Lakewood

The Price: $1,256,000

The Appeal: 7125 Wildgrove Avenue is impossibly cool. With already fascinating architecture, this Lakewood home is given an extra punch thanks to the lime colored backsplash in the kitchen and turquoise accents in the master bath.

3508 Bryn Mawr Drive | Sunday, 2-4pm

The Neighborhood: University Park

The Price: $3,499,000

The Appeal: Sometimes falling in love is inevitable. Most recently, I’ve fallen for this University Park palace. The array of archways, dark woodworking, and intricate details in every room make this home feel like a European castle or the setting of a fairytale love story.

4827 W Amherst Ave. | Sunday 1-3pm

The Neighborhood: Bluffview

The Price: $1,569,999

The Appeal: The garage façade on this Amherst Avenue abode creates quite the compact look from the curb, but take a tour and you’ll find a spacious living area that maximizes the property’s narrow plot of land.

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