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Commercial Real Estate

What $4 Million Will Buy You in Dallas Real Estate

Here’s a quick look at just how far your money will take you in Dallas.
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6207 Lakehurst Ave.
6207 Lakehurst Ave., Preston Hollow Courtesy of Dave Perry-Miller Real Estate

$3,750,000, 6207 Lakehurst Ave., Preston Hollow

5 bedrooms | 6.2 bathrooms | 7,094 square feet

Filled with unique details, intricate tilework, and charming stained glass, this updated home features beamed ceilings and an inviting sunroom. The bookshelf-lined great room is perfect for bibliophiles.

Courtney Petruska for Dave Perry-Miller Real Estate

$3,995,000, 7203 Brennans Dr., Lakewood

5 bedrooms | 5.2 bathrooms | 6,010 square feet 

On a heavily treed cul-de-sac near White Rock Lake, this new build is flooded with light thanks to large windows and high ceilings. The stunning kitchen is well-equipped with a double island and a secondary prep space.

Kyle Brinkley for Brinkley Property Group LLC

$4,450,000, 5941 Club Oaks Dr., Far North Dallas

5 bedrooms | 5.2 bathrooms | 7,543 square feet 

This contemporary home has an open living and dining area complete with a wet bar and wine storage. The backyard is fit for fun with a saltwater pool, hot tub, and putting green—perfect for its golf course location.

Kristen Scott for Allie Beth Allman & Associates

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