You don’t have to live in a high-rise to know the views are often the best part. Inside the Warrington Condominium on Turtle Creek, Unit 21B is no exception. The private condo has 180-degree sight lines of the city, says listing agent Steve Killingback. It’s the last unit down the hall, so “basically three sides of the building is exposed to the views of Dallas.”
There are views of Turtle Creek itself, of course, as well as Oak Lawn and downtown Dallas. And, says Killingback, you can spy downtown from pretty much anywhere in the 2,533-square-foot property. “It’s very [clever] the way it’s designed,” he says. Walls of mirrors are strategically placed throughout the condo, and its three terraces, to reflect the skyline. “So, even when you’re sitting on the terrace, you can still see downtown from wherever you are.”
While the views are certainly a huge selling point for the condo, the two-bed, 2.5-bath unit was completely gut-renovated by previous owners in 2021, updating the more than 40-year-old condo. “Everything’s been redone,” he says. There are hardwood floors throughout, high-end appliances, and black and white marble in the bathrooms and terraces. The former owners opened the floorplan. Also, “instead of having track lighting everywhere, which can look kind of ugly,” says Killingback, they dropped the ceilings to nine feet and installed recessed lighting.
The condo has laundry, a hall closet, and a large storage closet in-unit. There’s another storage locker in the garage. With the property comes two parking spots. The Warrington offers a 24-hour concierge and valet parking, Killingback says. Other amenities include “lovely, beautiful grounds,” a business center, event room, gym, tennis and pickleball courts, pool, and more.
The building is across the street from Turtle Creek. Behind it is Turtle Creek Village, which has restaurants and a Tom Thumb grocery store. Cole and Turtle Creek parks are within walking distance, as is the Kalita Humphreys Theater, the only theater building designed by legendary architect Frank Lloyd Wright that was actually built. There’s also easy access to the Katy Trail and Uptown from the Warrington, too.
“Everything’s very easy to get to,” Killingback says. It’s “right in the middle of Dallas, really.”
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