Wine cellars aren’t just for storage anymore. Whether as a visual element or an entertaining space in itself, modern connoisseurs are embracing their love for the grape and putting their collections on display.
Take a hint from the homes below, where wine storage is about more than cooling the vino.
The ease of everyday life enjoyed by residents of exclusive high-rise homes is attracting an increasing number of homebuyers every day.
With more coming up vertical in Uptown, Downtown and Turtle Creek, than anywhere else, one thing is clear. Public assets are driving economic development – bringing businesses and buyers to the neighborhood.
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More and more buyers are opting for the simplicity of the luxury high-rise lifestyle, especially after they have raised children. At the luxury level, you don’t need to sacrifice space for convenience, and the amenities allow residents to entertain, keep their beloved pets and continue busy schedules without the worry of maintenance and security. Real estate analysts predict this is a long-term trend, and Dallas has many options for luxury high-rise living.
Sellers listing with Briggs Freeman Sotheby’s International Realty receive the highest prices among closest competitors in Uptown. These luxury high-rise homes are selling at an average price of $992,000, according to MLS data.
Recent reports show that now is the time to buy in urban neighborhoods. And people are taking notice as buyers continue to choose high-rises homes for the lock-and-leave benefit.
Homebuyers throughout the country are choosing to leave single-family homes behind for the low-maintenance lifestyle of urban living. And many reports are showing that there has never been a better time to invest in this increasingly desirable lifestyle – especially in the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex.
Full of people and excitement, Uptown Dallas offers extraordinary living just a short walk away from many of the city’s hottest spots. From Klyde Warren Park, the Arts District and the Dallas Museum of Art, to the luxury retailers and shops on McKinney Avenue, entertainment is made easy in Dallas’ urban neighborhoods.