In the heart of the Dallas Arts District, this two-bedroom home on One Arts Plaza’s 22nd floor was renovated by award-winning architect Lionel Morrison. The home at 1717 Arts Plaza #2208 is listed for $1,175,000.
Some of the Dallas’ most architecturally significant homes are built in a contemporary or modern design. These homes feature clean lines, smooth and polished surfaces and lots of glass. Neutral wall and furniture colors are offset by bold red and yellow accents in clutter-less comfortable spaces. Here are four exceptionally beautiful examples of modern living.
3601 Euclid Avenue | Old Highland Park | Listed for $4,950,000
Close to the Katy Trail on a lot in Old Highland Park, this five-bedroom home won three Home Builders Association awards. Its contemporary design features a dramatic entry with a floating staircase. Walls of glass overlook a pool, and a glass bridge leads to a game room.
1717 Arts Plaza #2208 | Dallas Arts District | Listed for $1,175,000
In the heart of the Dallas Arts District, this two-bedroom home on One Arts Plaza’s 22nd floor was renovated by award-winning architect Lionel Morrison. Enjoy the privacy and convenience of living in this 2,172-square-foot home. Walk to world-class museums and concerts or watch the sun set from your own covered terrace.
1215 Travis Circle North | Las Colinas | Listed for $2.2 million
Live on the 18th green of Las Colinas’ Cottonwood Valley Golf Course in a modern, three-bedroom home. Inside a gate-guarded community, the home was designed by architect Bud Oglesby with large windows that offer spectacular views of this outstanding golf course. The outdoor living space includes a pool, kitchen, bath and unique sculpture-fountain.
146 Payne Street | Trinity Riverfront | Listed for $2,495,000
Looking to live or work on the Trinity Riverfront? An 8,717-square-foot building on the last large lot in the sought-after Riverfront industrial district could be a three-bedroom residence or a combination of home and business. With great parking it could house a gallery, showroom, restaurant or office. It has great views of downtown and the Calatrava Bridge.
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