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Home & Garden

Open Houses to Hit This Weekend

These three contemporary builds are worth a visit. Here's how to do so safely.
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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.

If you choose to visit an open house this weekend, make sure to follow the safety measures each brokerage has put in place. We’ve outlined them below.

3227 Lee Street | Sunday, 1-3 p.m.

The Neighborhood: Knox/Henderson

The Price: $1,299,000

The Appeal: This build is a study in minimalism and monochrome. Each room blends white, black, and light wood tones; the only color comes from pops of greenery. Be sure to admire the midcentury-inspired light fixtures throughout the home.

Safety Measures: Masks are mandatory and occupancy will be limited. Windows will be open when possible to promote air circulation. No need to touch any surface–the agent will open doors and turn on lights for you. In lieu of flyers, all materials can be found online. Refrain from shaking hands.

7527 Kaywood Drive | Sunday, 1-3 p.m.

The Neighborhood: Bluffview/Greenway Parks

The Price: $1,199,000

The Appeal: Sleek and sophisticated, this four-bedroom home is full of stunning details. There’s a floating staircase, a pretty patterned backsplash, a wall full of windows, and matte black chandeliers.

Safety Measures: Masks and social distancing are required. The agent will be present to limit occupancy.

5815 Boca Raton Drive | Sunday, 1-3 p.m.

The Neighborhood: Preston/Royal

The Price: $1,425,000

The Appeal: This contemporary house in North Dallas is the epitome of light, bright, and airy thanks to its soaring ceilings and abundant windows. Keep an eye out for the half-bath adorned with funky floral wallpaper.

Safety Measures: Masks are mandatory and occupancy will be limited. Windows will be open when possible to promote air circulation. No need to touch any surface–the agent will open doors and turn on lights for you. In lieu of flyers, all materials can be found online. Refrain from shaking hands.

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