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Open Houses to Hit This Weekend (3/5/20)

Fall in love with this charming abode right off Henderson. We already have.
5211 Milam St.
David Griffin & Company

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.

5211 Milam Street | Saturday 2 to 4 p.m. 5211 Milam St.

The Neighborhood: Knox-Henderson

The Price: $849,000

The Appeal: Right off Henderson, this property is as cute as its surrounding neighborhood. Not only does it offer character and charm amid modern features, but its proximity to the best restaurants and shops makes it a two-for-one punch. 

6827 Northridge Drive | Sunday, 1 to 3 p.m.6827 Northridge Drive

The Neighborhood: Lakewood

The Price: $1,475,000

The Appeal: Albeit a new build, the exterior at 6827 Northridge oozes classic craftsman vibes, while the inside takes things a bit more mod. The result is a property that’s fit for both an old soul and free spirit. So whether you prefer the sounds of Frank Sinatra or would rather play whatever the kids are listening to, this Lakewood estate will match all of your moods. 

8715 Cortleigh Place | Sunday 2 to 4 p.m.8715 Cortleigh Place

The Neighborhood: Northwest Dallas

The Price: $599,000

The Appeal: Red tile floor juxtaposed with white walls gets paired with windows that let in a sea of sunlight, making this cottage reminiscent of a villa you might spot in Arizona. If you’re really trying to get into that vacation mindset, take a step outside. Although the Southwest isn’t necessarily known for its verdant landscapes, the greenery at this property will no doubt soothe your soul.

4320 Taos Road | Sunday, 3 to 5 p.m. 

4320 Taos Road

The Neighborhood: Park Cities

The Price: $1,895,000

The Appeal: This isn’t the first time that the striking Bluffview build belonging to blogger Amy Havins has graced our site, but with its clean lines and vibrant decor, it offers a certain mystique we thought was worth mentioning again.

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