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Hot Property: A Peaceful Retreat in Preston Hollow

The interior of this chic, clean-lined home is as zen as it gets.
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Hot Property: A Peaceful Retreat in Preston Hollow

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Dallas has no shortage of charming old homes, so brand-new builds often feel cold and impersonal in comparison. Today’s Hot Property, however, can hold its own among its dignified Preston Hollow neighbors. The 2019 build is undeniably modern, but it also feels warm, welcoming, and right at home on its tree-lined street.

The huge front yard at 6418 Woodland Drive sets the home back from the sidewalk and creates a sense of seclusion. The cool white façade is complemented by gray roofing, tidy landscaping, and a black iron gate. The glass French doors and many windows offer a glimpse of the open floor plan within.



Inside, the main living space is centered around a gray tiled fireplace that reaches the top of the cathedral ceilings. A set of skylights invites sunshine to stream in, furthering the space’s airy aesthetic. Hand-scraped wood floors are mirrored by the exposed beams overhead. The adjacent kitchen is contemporary yet classic, with bright white cabinets, a gray waterfall island, chrome appliances, and a sprinkling of black iron accents.

Around the corner, you’ll find a first-floor master suite with a private sitting room, a spa-like bathroom, and dual walk-in closets. The three additional bedrooms and game room are situated upstairs.

Though the front yard is sizable enough to be the only grassy area on the property, 6418 Woodland Drive also boasts a lawn in the back. This yard is flanked by two covered patios, while a huge shady tree is rooted in the center of the grass.

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