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.
405 W Louisiana St. | Sunday, 2-4pm
The Neighborhood: McKinney Historic District
The Price: $1,150,000
The Appeal: I’ll be honest: I don’t really know all that much about McKinney (I’m ashamed). But I do know there’s a historic district filled with absolutely glorious (and gloriously preserved) homes. I’m also certain that this particular one, built in 1925 and thoughtfully updated, is exactly what you picture when you think “charming bed and breakfast.”
6933 Delrose Dr. | Saturday, 1:30-3pm
The Neighborhood: Lakewood
The Price: $1,549,000
The Appeal: Built by architect David Ludwick in the ’70s and recently renovated by Eddie Maestri and Jim Scott and Sons, everything about this Lakewood mid-century gem feels considered. The bedrooms, with their spa-like bathrooms and sometimes two-story windows, demand to be viewed IRL.
3520 Villanova St. | Sunday, 2-3pm
The Neighborhood: University Park
The Price: $2,395,000
The Appeal: We’re suckers for beachy, Hamptons-inspired homes. And expert mixes of light oak and clean white walls. And thoughtfully proportioned rooms. But, then again, we assume you are too.
5940 Watson Ave. | Sunday, 1-3pm
The Neighborhood: Preston Hollow
The Price: $3,350,000
The Appeal: Of course this sprawling Spanish Colonial has a detached cabana, a stunning kitchen stocked with Sub-Zero appliances, and custom ironwork. But it also small, sunlit sitting areas and vaulted ceilings that keep its 7,000-plus square footage from ever feeling hollow.