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.
9423 Tarleton St. | Sunday, 1-3pm
The Neighborhood: The Peninsula
The Price: $1,199,000
The Appeal: Earlier this week, we saw a house that made the case against an all-white kitchen. This modern farmhouse in the Peninsula, just a stone’s throw away from White Rock Lake, offers a similar argument with its blend of dark wood, brass, and charcoal cabinetry. There’s also a massive master bathroom here that looks like it was airlifted out of a swanky hotel.
4318 Abbott Ave. | Sunday, 2-3:30pm
The Neighborhood: Oak Lawn
The Price: $1,550,000
The Appeal: If you’ve ever cut through Highland Park to get to Knox Street, there’s a good chance you’ve passed this 90s-era Mediterranean, though its layout makes it a bit hard to take it all in. Get up close and personal with the unique home this Sunday, then plan a walk on the nearby Katy Trail—the weather should be lovely.
4320 Taos Rd. | Sunday, 3-5pm
The Neighborhood: Bluffview
The Price: $2,125,000
The Appeal: Serial mover and masterful decorator Amy Havins (aka @DallasWardrobe) just put her Bluffview home on the market (less than two years after putting her family’s Highland Park home up sale after renovating). Read our conversation with Havins about her serene, elegant home here.
7307 Morton St. | Sunday, 2-4pm
The Neighborhood: Love Field
The Price: $1,299,000
The Appeal: Situated just a few blocks from Inwood Village, the brand new home could have been another glossy, cookie cutter, all-white modern. Thankfully, there are enough thoughtful design and architectural details (including a very fun black-and-white shower) to keep 3707 Morton from meeting that fate.