3514 Springbrook

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Open Houses to Hit This Weekend: Oak Lawn Edition

Take a tour of a contemporary townhouse, or step inside a tiny brick Tudor.

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 in Dallas’ charming Oak Lawn neighborhood for your viewing pleasure.

5107 Parkland Avenue | Saturday, 1-3 pm

The Price: $399,000
The Appeal: This Tudor may be short on size (only 1,732 square feet), but it’s got plenty of charm. Built in 1925, the home features sprinklings of old-fashioned accents, such as crown molding, a wood-burning fireplace, and hardwood floors.

3514 Springbrook Street | Sunday, 2-4 pm

The Price: $1,399,000
The Appeal: Mixed materials (think brick, wood, metal, and glass) in this modern home add visual interest without making things feel mismatched or showy. We also love the pretty private patio out back. Surrounded by towering tree branches, the entire property feels like an urban oasis.

3625 Brown Street | Saturday, 1-3 pm

The Price: $1,095,000
The Appeal: This contemporary townhome is giving off some serious museum vibes, from the commissioned courtyard art to the numerous built-ins begging to be stocked with sculptures and prints. A rooftop deck houses a hot tub and offers skyline views of the city.

3617 Springbrook Street | Sunday, 12-1:30 pm

The Price: $1,550,000
The Appeal: This home’s appeal lies in its precision. The symmetry, from the façade’s double-door garage to the mirroring windows hugging the fireplace, creates a fresh, clean-lined aesthetic. Also not to be missed: the kitchen’s lovely light blue tile and pale wood cabinetry.

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