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Commercial Real Estate

What $5 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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11225 W. Ricks Cir., Hillcrest Forest
11225 W. Ricks Cir., Hillcrest Forest Stephen Reed

11225 W. Ricks Cir., $4,995,000, Hillcrest Forest

5 bedrooms | 6.3 bathrooms | 8,292 square feet

A sprawling estate in a tree-lined neighborhood, this 2005 home was fully renovated in 2023 and—with its pool, spa, game room, and home theater—offers the best of Dallas luxury.

Ryan Streiff and Laura Michelle for Dave Perry-Miller Real Estate

5 Robledo Dr., $5,250,000, Melshire Estates

4 bedrooms | 4.2 bathrooms | 8,382 square feet

This North Dallas home is fresh out of a fairy tale. Inside, find a grand foyer, a custom fireplace, and wood-beamed cathedral ceilings; outside, a private pool, fountain, walking trail, and pond await.

Bridgette Harrington for Rogers Healy and Associates

4329 McFarlin Blvd., $5,495,000, University Park

5 bedrooms | 5.1 bathrooms | 6,267 square feet

Recently remodeled, this corner-lot luxury home features a pool, fireside study, and game room that doubles as a bar. The first-floor primary and guest suites are also a plus, as are the upstairs and downstairs laundry rooms.

Becky Frey for Compass RE Texas, LLC

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