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Open Houses to Hit This Weekend

Take in a treehouse-inspired midcentury home in Highland Park or a brand-new modern build in Bluffview.
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4206 Larchmont Street

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.

4525 Catina Lane | Sunday, 1-3 pm

listed with Alex Perry for Allie Beth Allman

The Neighborhood: Preston Hollow
The Price: $4,495,000
The Appeal: This Preston Hollow estate offers almost 10,000 square feet of understated Mediterranean style. Bay windows adorn nearly every room, bringing the outside in. The chic, royal blue-lacquered library is our favorite space by far.

4206 Larchmont Street | Sunday, 1-3 pm

listed with Cary Smith for Compass

The Neighborhood: University Park
The Price: $2,965,000
The Appeal: Originally built in 1983, this University Park home was beautifully renovated just months ago. Finishes are simple but polished, dark iron windows pop against bright white walls, and white subway tiles shine in the kitchen. The effect is a simple canvas that allows decor to take center stage.

4425 Pomona Road | Sunday, 3-5 pm

listed with Marc Ching for Allie Beth Allman

The Neighborhood: Bluffview
The Price: $2,499,000
The Appeal: This ultra-modern custom home is freshly finished and ready to be admired. Walnut cabinetry with minimalist pulls is the focal point in the kitchen, living spaces, and bathroom. We’re envious of high-end features like a standing tub flanked by a dual-head walk-in shower.

4807 Abbott Avenue | Sunday, 1-3 pm

listed with Tom Hughes for Compass

The Neighborhood: Highland Park
The Price: $1,499,000
The Appeal: This midcentury gem feels like a treehouse with its high wooden ceilings, multi-level living spaces, and abundance of natural light. The angular rooms and a plethora of wall mirrors create optical illusions at every turn.

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