Today marks a new generation of Dallas homebuyer. As our world becomes more connected, so does our idea of luxury living and the ways in which we relate to our homes and the outdoors. The Creeks at Preston Hollow – a Hillwood Community founded by Ross Perot Jr. – has set out to reinvent luxury living as we know it in Dallas’ most coveted address, in the heart of Preston Hollow.
“There is a great desire today to create homes filled with natural light. The Creeks, with some of the most beautiful lots in Dallas, is a great place to combine the need for light- filled rooms with the desire for equally beautiful views to the great outdoors,” says David Stocker, Founding Principal at Stocker Hoesterey Montenegro Architects.
Stocker was presented the task of bringing modern updates to traditional forms to create the most exceptional, stunning and forward-thinking home product on the market today. Located at Inwood Road and Royal Lane, the community offers a life of exceptional convenience and privacy.
Rooted in today’s architecture, there are more design options available at The Creeks of Preston Hollow in terms of space and architecture than ever before, including transitional style, open-concept floor plans. Here you’ll find expansive spaces featuring custom details that allow the outdoors in, high-end natural finishes and extraordinary views.
“A home that has great traditional forms done in a more contemporary way is a great fit for The Creeks at Preston Hollow. It is a beautiful way to progress on tradition,” Stocker says.
The 22-acre parcel is primed for luxury living with rare creekside views, breathtaking acreage and a heavily wooded backdrop of old growth trees that deliver natural beauty and unmatched privacy. Available 1-plus acre lots start from $2.1 million.
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