Tuesday, February 7, 2023 Feb 7, 2023
Dallas, TX
Lower Greenville

Open Houses to Hit This Weekend

Three neighborhoods, three price points, and one antique brick accent wall you need to see.
By Caitlin Clark |

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 across Dallas.

4328 McFarlin Blvd. | Sunday, 1-3pm

The Neighborhood: University Park
The Price: $3,450,000
The Appeal: I’ve been playing the “Open Houses to Hit” game for several years now, and somewhere in that timeline I established a decree that there must be a fancy, multi-million dollar home in every roundup. There must. And as far as fancy, multi-million dollar homes go, 4328 McFarlin—with its elaborate millwork, antique brick accents, and loads of natural light—is a what new-build-in-University-Park dreams are made of.

4540 Northaven Rd. | Saturday, 1-3pm

The Neighborhood: North Dallas
The Price: $1,049,000
The Appeal: This midcentury home has absolutely been modernized (that clean-lined, minimalistic kitchen and jetted standalone tub couldn’t be more current), but there are plenty of attractive elements that have stood their literal ground since the ’50s.

5449 Melrose Ave. | Sunday, 2-4pm

The Neighborhood: Lower Greenville
The Price: $834,900
The Appeal: Every time I drive down Melrose Avenue, I see some newly constructed townhome that makes me deeply curious about what’s inside. This particular one, built in 2018, piques my interest more than most, and based off the images of the Briggs Freeman listing, it would not disappoint.


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