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.
The Neighborhood: University Park
The Price: $1,149,000
The Appeal: It’s always interesting to see a colorful home done right. Not that 4104 Bryn Mawr is some technicolor triumph, but it does masterfully blend zebra print, sisal, hot pink accents, and some swan-covered wallpaper, and that’s something.
The Neighborhood: Casa Linda
The Price: $675,000
The Appeal: If you’ve ever wanted to see an HGTV-level makeover IRL, this 1940s home is pretty legit. The updated kitchen is a Pinterest dream with its exposed shelves, shiplap-lined island, and state-of-the-art appliances, while the immaculate, spacious backyard is pure Casa Linda perfection.
The Neighborhood: North Oak Cliff
The Price: $1,150,000
The Appeal: There are a lot of wonderful things about this mid-century modern-influenced home. There’s a Miele kitchen, tons of gorgeous white oak hardwoods, and an inspired confluence of nature and design. But all of those things pale in comparison to the view from the veranda. We’re not 100 percent sure that the image in the slideshow is a true POV shot (seems a bit high, no?), but as long as it’s close, we’re happy.
The Neighborhood: Highland Park
The Price: $1,750,000
The Appeal: These aren’t regular townhouses. These are cool, Highland Park townhouses designed by AIA award-winning architect Bernbaum-Magadini. Go treat your eyes to unit four’s endless, immaculate gallery walls and glorious Carrara marble this Sunday afternoon.
The Neighborhood: Greenway Parks
The Price: $1,299,000
The Appeal: Truth be told, there’s nothing too remarkable about 5320 Emerson Avenue. It’s a pretty straightforward modern farmhouse—albeit one with a very nice fireplace. But there is an interesting (media?) room upstairs with built-in shelves, seating, and a wet bar that looks ultra-homey.