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Commercial Real Estate

What Around $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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6706 Orchid Ln., Preston Hollow
6706 Orchid Ln., Preston Hollow Shoot2Sell

6706 Orchid Ln., $3,950,000, Preston Hollow

5 bedrooms | 5.3 bathrooms | 7,136 square feet

This home offers fully updated interiors while maintaining its storybook charm. The open kitchen-living area opens to the resort-style backyard—which features a firepit, pool, and spa—with 12-foot collapsible glass panels.

Alex Perry for Allie Beth Allman & Associates

5534 Northmoor Dr., $3,750,000, Preston Royal

6 bedrooms | 5.1 bathrooms | 6,707 square feet

This new build sits comfortably in one of Dallas’s most coveted neighborhoods. The estate is complete with a fountain-lined pool, zoysia lawn, Japanese maples, and ample windows.

Nadia Black and Amie Buentello for Douglas Elliman Real Estate

3603 Harvard Ave., $4,000,000, Highland Park

5 bedrooms | 4.3 bathrooms | 5,513 square feet

Built in 2004, this Highland Park home has a fully updated kitchen, large living and dining areas, a wine grotto, a grilling station, spacious bedrooms with en suite baths, and a first-floor office.

Susan Bradley for Allie Beth Allman & Assoc.

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Ellen Daly

Ellen Daly

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