This two-bedroom, 2.1-bathroom townhouse has 2,026 square feet in addition to a lovely outdoor area that seemingly doubles the downstairs space. Courtesy of Dave Perry-Miller Real Estate

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A Frank Welch-Designed Uptown Dallas Dwelling Like You’ve Never Seen

If these walls could talk, I bet they’d have a great story to tell.

This property is down-right cool — as in one-look-and-you-know-Frank-Welch-had-a-hand-in-it cool. The two-bedroom, 2.1-bathroom property at 4010 Buena Vista Street measures in at 2,026 square feet and is located in the established Uptown area of Central Dallas. The open concept was completely reimagined and showcases nothing but the best in finish outs and appliances. Think Wolf, Miele, Sub-Zero. Even the bathrooms have Carrara marble. 

But that doesn’t even scratch the service. The downstairs has many surprises in addition to the typical bells and whistles of a luxury townhouse. I mean, would you believe us if we were to tell you that there is a hot tub in the living room? Just saying. There is also a magical bar that serves as just as much of a functional sitting space as it does art in addition to multiple fireplaces that just add to the overall vibe of this place that will never be duplicated. 

Sleeping in this sophisticated show pad happens upstairs with both the primary and the guest suite being on the second floor, both of which have fireplaces and a great view of the luxurious lot. Each bedroom has access to a full bathroom. There are also double desks at the top of the stairs for elevated work-from-home ease. A two-car garage you ask? But of course!

This year has also proven how important outdoor amenities are, and this home has quite the setup. Slider doors extend the seating to an outdoor area that has a fireplace and plenty of space for furniture. Head down a couple of stairs to an equally impressive outdoor oasis that currently has a sculpture, fire feature, and outdoor grill. This is all paved in handsome stone and framed with exquisite landscaping bursting with color. 

And while we may be simply sipping the tea at this point, we cannot imagine a better location for this specific property than just across from the Katy Trail. Whether you are in the mood for exercise or a cappuccino, the walkability of this place is heightened greatly by this location that also happens to be a hop, skip, and a jump from Cole Park. It’s a home run! 


Randy Caudell
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