Yesterday, The Dallas Morning News revealed the top five most expensive streets in Dallas, courtesy of a study by Homes.com (an easy enough website name to remember). They’re located in the neighborhoods most would probably expect: Preston Hollow, University Park, Bluffview, and Bent Tree. The intriguingly named North 40 Place also made the list.
The average home value for the majority of the local streets (which included Hunters Glen and Seneca Drive) hovered just above $5 million. The only outlier was Meadowood Road, which came in close to $7.3 million, making it the priciest street in Dallas.
If you’re currently in the market and appreciate a home that comes with the descriptor “on the most expensive street in Dallas,” we’ve rounded up some viable options.
4656 Meadowood | $7,795,000
It’s always a plus when a builder (in this case, Talmadge Tinsley) constructs a home for themselves. It’s even more of a plus when that home sits on just over three acres of perfectly manicured, gated grounds and includes his and her closets and bathrooms, a yoga studio, a Helo sauna, a Koi pond (love a Koi pond), tennis courts, and a greenhouse.
Listed by Christine McKenny for Allie Beth Allman & Associates
4655 Meadowood | $5,395,000
Situated across the street for 4656 Meadowood (both are next to Ursuline Academy, for reference), this Italia Villa-inspired estate is both modern and timeless, with elegant wooden ceiling beams, 17th and 18th century floors, and an airy, clean-lined interior. The backyard’s various gardens, glassy pool, and vine-covered loggia are what Preston Hollow dreams are made of.
Listed by Molly Malone for Dave Perry Miller
4665 Meadowood | $3,600,000
Constructed in 1951, 4665 is the longest standing of our Meadowood roundup, and by far the most classic. The kitchen’s Sub-Zero and Miele appliances, and massive quartz-topped island, however, are perfectly up to date. For a closer look, visit 4665 Meadowood’s open house this Sunday from 2:30 to 4:30pm.