A fabulous addition was added in 2011 and was architecturally designed to enhance the original modern home. It is situated on a double lot which is well hidden by a pocket park and dense landscaping. There is a large courtyard and parking area that features a stucco wall with an artistic fountain feature.
The double-door entry opens to a large dramatic Ogelsbyesque living room, dining room accentuated with a cooper fireplace, slanted wood-beamed ceiling, bamboo floors, and windows looking out to the pool and garden.Click here for more info!
At the height of the summer, the chance to own one of these spectacular homes in one of Dallas’ most desirable neighborhoods surrounding Highland Park and University Park has just become easier. The homes below have recently been reduced in price – and all featured the designer finishes, excellent architecture and gorgeous landscaping that are hallmarks of this area.
Summer is the perfect time to transition to a new space for you and your family. These properties are new on the market and offer great opportunities for buyers looking to make their home in one of Dallas’ many desirable neighborhoods.
Along with its exemplary schools and strong sense of community, Dallas’ Highland Park neighborhood is also known for distinct architectural styles and breathtaking landscaping. Homes with tiled roofs, arched, stone entrances, and Mediterranean tiles sit next to sleek contemporary masterpieces and timeless English country manors.
Explore these extraordinary examples of different architectural styles in Highland Park.
In the Park Cities, the number of homes sold after the New Year dropped from 82 sales in December 2014 to 33 sales in January 2015. With increasing demand for homes in HPISD, Dallas real estate appraiser D.W. Skelton expects an influx of baby boomers to purchase homes in the Park Cities, creating the potential for this year’s holiday sales to outnumber 2014.
Photos and video / Briggs Freeman Sotheby’s International Realty
See some of the most beautiful homes for sale in Highland Park, University Park, Preston Hollow and surrounding Dallas neighborhoods in this month’s “Extraordinary Homes” video. And if you really enjoy the big screen, you can always watch this film again before the movies start at the Highland Park Village Theatre.