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Hot Property: A Charming Craftsman Within Walking Distance from Lower Greenville

The 92-year-old home in Vickery Place exudes curb appeal with plenty of historic and modern touches.
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Hot Property: A Gold LEED-Certified Mid-Century Modern with a Treehouse

The $4.5 million home feels like an escape into the country, despite its Walnut Hill Lane address.
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Hot Property: A Secluded Castle Across from Dallas Country Club

The University Park Tudor even has a bridge over a moat—well, creek.
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Hot Property: This Preston Hollow Mansion Has 10 Bathrooms and a Spot to Park Food Trucks

The 9,100-square-foot house, completed in 2020, sits on nearly an acre of land.
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A Mid-Century Modern with the Most Spectacular Live Oak Tree You’ll Ever See

The East Dallas house has lots of windows looking out into the arbored outdoor spaces.

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Hot Property: A Charming Lakeshore Tudor with a Colorful History

Since it was built in 1939, the house has hosted Footloose-esque secret dances, the foundations of both Wilshire Baptist Church and Dwell with Dignity, and races with squirrels for pecans.
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Hot Property: This Devonshire Contemporary Has Plenty of Bells and Whistles

The 3,530-square-foot house features beautiful stonework, exposed beams, and lots of custom features.
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Hot Property: A Cute Dutch Colonial Flip in Casa Linda Forest

Near White Rock Lake, the nearly 3,000-square-foot house has been completely renovated.
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Hot Property: A 106-Year-Old Mansion with the ‘Best Porch’ on Swiss Avenue

You can walk through the Prairie-style home for yourself on the Swiss Avenue Home Tour.
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Hot Property: A 110-Year-Old Victorian Farmhouse Whose Restoration Was a “Labor of Love”

In Old East Dallas, the house was originally owned by the granddaughter of John Beeman, one of Dallas’ first settlers.