With home values climbing rapidly in Dallas, it is rare to find extraordinary homes in sought-after neighborhoods at reduced prices. Here are five exceptional homes.
10718 Bridge Hollow Court | Listed for $5,995,000
This five-bedroom Mediterranean-style villa in the exclusive Creeks of Preston Hollow has three outdoor living areas. With 10,529 square feet inside, the home has a wine cellar, exercise, billiards and first-floor media room. There is an elevator and a deluxe four-car garage.
2832 Rosedale Avenue | Listed for $1,699,000
This five-bedroom stucco home, near Snider Plaza and SMU, has clean lines, high ceilings and wide-plank hardwood flooring. Very energy efficient, the three-story home features a great outdoor living space that includes a covered terrace which shades a stone fireplace. An electronic gate guards the back driveway.
10973 Crooked Creek Drive | Listed for $1,290,000
Enter this remarkable five-bedroom home in Preston Hollow though double, wrought-iron front doors. A matching, curved wrought-iron stairway anchors the front hall. The large master suite has an adjacent office. An oversized second-floor balcony looks down on a tree-lined backyard with a pool, firepit and gazebo.
7315 Azalea Lane | Listed for $985,000
Redesigned and expanded by well-known architect Birnbaum Magadini, this four-bedroom home sits on a heavily treed lot in North Dallas. Its large windows offer views of well-lit gardens and a pool. The modern-design features an open floor plan with a split bedroom arrangement.
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