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: Highland Park
The Price: $4,450,000
The Appeal: Everyone is entitled to their opinion, but if you don’t think this contemporary home, built in 2000 and updated by Collins Interiors just last year, is a glorious place to live, your opinion is wrong. I said it! The photos alone should be enough to prove my point (That limestone fireplace! The kitchen!), but an IRL visit to the freestanding his-and-hers office space, with its copper fireplace and beautiful wooden cabinetry, should truly seal the deal.
The Neighborhood: North Oak Cliff
The Price: $949,000
The Appeal: How charming is a remodeled 1920s Tudor on Canterbury Court in the heart of Kessler Park? As charming and lovely as that sentence sounds. There’s also an adorable, rocking chair-festooned guest house that I would not mind making my primary address.
The Neighborhood: University Park
The Price: $2,295,00
The Appeal: Do you like designer finishes? How about covered front porches and balconies? Do you want your white oak hardwood floors to gleam with the light from 1,000 suns? It’s a big ask, but this University Park new build might be up for the task.
The Neighborhood: Preston Hollow
The Price: $3,300,000
The Appeal: Have you ever heard the term “great room” but didn’t quite know what it meant? (Fair.) You will if you stop by this sprawling, updated home in Old Preston Hollow. The two-story room is flanked by towering glass and views of the home’s lovely landscaping and diving pool.