Where are all my Netflix fanatics? Touring this home immediately gives off major Selling Sunset vibes. This modern marvel designed by Marek Architecture was custom built by Larry Hartman and is dripping with sophisticated swag. And we aren’t just talking about the sleek Riverbend Sandler plunge pool that sits in the yard like this property’s crowned jewel.
This standalone property boasts three bedrooms, 3.1 baths, and 2,951 square feet of thoughtful, open concept living space. There are floor-to-ceiling windows, high ceilings, and plenty of space for your high-end art collection. Fancy yourself a chef? You’ll drool over the gourmet kitchen featuring Bosch appliances, quartz countertops, and custom walnut cabinetry.
Another standout area of the home is the primary suite with a spacious closet and a luxurious bath complete with a soaking tub and oversized shower. Our favorite area of this suite, however, has to be the private balcony. Because sometimes you just need to step outside for a moment and get a breath of fresh air, enjoy a book, or sip a glass of wine after a long day.
The property’s third floor holds the guest suite and a second living room equipped with a wet bar. This is the ideal place to enjoy intimate cocktails and curl up and watch a movie. You’ll actually feel torn about where to spend your downtime – the multiple patios on the property inspire more time spent indoor/outdoor entertaining.
The neighborhood is convenient to both Uptown and Downtown Dallas but still manages to keep its quiet, residential feel. Location-wise, you are within walking distance to 18th & Vine, Sprezza, Starbucks, and many, many more places to eat and drink without having to get in the car. A quick five-minute drive can have you in a handful of Dallas’s most popular neighborhoods. If modern, urban living with a neighborhood feel is what you’re looking for, this place is it.
As a former investment banker and a lifelong resident of Dallas, Ryan Streiff offers buyers and sellers a strong work ethic, an analytical approach to the market, and a knowledge of niche neighborhoods that is truly unique in the Dallas residential real estate industry.
After graduating from Lake Highlands High School in East Dallas, Ryan excelled academically at Southern Methodist University, where he graduated magna cum laude. Today, Ryan is known among his peers as a Realtor who is honest and forthright, and always has his clients’ best interest uppermost in his mind.
Friendly, yet intensely focused on a successful outcome, he strives to make each real estate transaction as fun as it can be. In fact, Ryan’s clients often remark that he has become more than a trusted advisor — he has become a true friend. While building lifelong relationships and clientele, Ryan has become a top producer with Dave Perry-Miller Real Estate.
Investment-minded and a strong believer in the long-term value of residential real estate, Ryan is the owner of several rental properties in Dallas. He assists buyer and seller clients in all areas of Dallas, with special emphasis on the Park Cities, Lakewood, Lake Highlands, Richardson, Uptown, Devonshire, Bluffview, Greenway Parks, and Briarwood.
Jason Bates is a numbers guy. Truth be told, people who double major in mathematics and economics like Jason, then pursue an MBA with a focus on finance like Jason, tend to get unfairly (or maybe fairly?) stereotyped. But spend some time with him, and you’ll soon see he’s extremely normal! Friendly, thoughtful, and tenacious, too. Exactly who you want in your corner transacting complex real estate business on your behalf.
Prior to coming to work at Dave Perry-Miller Real Estate, Jason’s love of numbers led him to spend time at a mortgage bank specializing in multi-family housing finance. And as an investment broker, trading mortgage-backed securities. Today he expertly advises his buyers and sellers on all aspects of residential real estate, including the left-brain stuff few want to deal with. Jason’s clientele will tell you what a relief this is!
Further shattering the stereotype is his very human side, as evidenced by his stellar resume in community service. When Jason isn’t geeking out over spreadsheets and such, he spends his time tutoring homeless children through Interfaith Housing Coalition — he even received their 2014 Hope and Horizons Volunteer of the Year Award. Jason also assists The Rise School with fundraising, builds homes for Habitat for Humanity, delivers meals via Meals on Wheels, and helps out at the North Texas Food Bank.