4248 Potomac Avenue

Real Estate

Open Houses to Hit in Dallas This Weekend

Visit a to-the-studs makeover in Highland Park and a contemporary gem in Lakewood.

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.

6724 Sperry St. | Sunday, 3:30-5pm

The NeighborhoodLakewood

The Price: $2,299,000

The Appeal: Architect James E. Manning is behind this Lakewood gem. Coming in at more than 5,000 square feet, the home is sprawling, but thoughtfully laid out so that every room is blessed with views of its heavily treed, creekside lot.

4248 Potomac Ave. | Sunday, 2-4pm

The NeighborhoodHighland Park

The Price: $1,849,000

The Appeal: There’s nothing too crazy going on at 4248 Potomac, but this clean-lined contemporary home, originally built in 1923 and taken down to the studs in 2016, is so beautifully done. There’s also an incredible backyard situation that’s definitely worth a visit.

5211 Rogers Ave. | Sunday, 2-4pm

The Neighborhood: Somewhere in Fort Worth

The Price: $849,000

The Appeal: I love this Fort Worth house. I also kind of love that the last owner is so clearly a man. A man with an affinity for old leather seating. A man who left a the most massive bean bag in an upstairs sitting area. A man who maintained the integrity of this glorious Colonial, just blocks away from TCU’s campus.

5437 W Mockingbird Ln. | Sunday, 2:30-4pm

The NeighborhoodGreenway Parks

The Price: $1,275,000

The Appeal: Some members of our editorial team would refer to this house as “very lady.” And very lady it is. There’s statement wallpaper, a pristine, white kitchen with gold hardware, and lots of delicate chandeliers. There’s more white marble than you can shake a stick at. There’s a swan float in the backyard pool. All of this is to say, I’d like to be that lady.

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