There’s a fascinating trend we’re seeing in Dallas homes this year, and believe us, it’s a bit surprising. No really, that’s the trend—surprise! Take this beautiful home in the vibrant Briarwood neighborhood. 5011 Purdue loves surprise.
Around each corner, this beautifully updated home enchants with a spiral staircase, a gorgeous wine closet, and a light-loving glass door opening the kitchen to an outdoor oasis. (p.s. You can fall in love with this home in person! It’s open this Sunday—5/4/2014—from 3-5 p.m.)
“Homes with hidden treasures are hot,” observes interior design blogger Brooke Larson. “We all bring a host of expectations to any space, so surprising features that can take us off guard make all the difference!” Flavorwire supports this trend, noting that “homeowners [ . . .] are creating their own creative, covert spots that are perfect places for reading, hanging out, playing, and pretending that the outside world doesn’t exist.”
That’s definitely the case with 4418 Brookview Drive, featuring a hidden room behind one of the bookcases in this estate’s beautiful library. And if you really love secret rooms, you’ve got to check out 2315 Routh Street with its captivating hidden luxury wine room, complete with fireplace and sitting area for you and a few good friends.
Another favorite? 6312 Carrington Drive gives homeowners a beautiful chef’s kitchen that is surprisingly intimate and warm, generating a perfect feeling of home within this generously sized estate.
For more beautiful homes, see briggsfreeman.com. Click here to see the latest in real estate news. CEO Robbie Briggs independently owns and operates Briggs Freeman Sotheby’s International Realty with six offices in Dallas, Uptown, Lakewood, Ranch and Land, The Ballpark and Southlake.