Whether it’s a poolside barbecue, a seasonal cooking class with a professional chef, an patio dinner party festooned with twinkle lights, or a garden brunch complete with lawn games, outdoor living amenities make it easy to bring any kind of gathering al fresco.
The homes listed below have outdoor living spaces that are perfect for sharing with family and friends all summer long and beyond.
This remarkable East Dallas craftsman is filled with character and great attention to detail. A cozy screened porch has views of the beautiful backyard and its saltwater pool and spa surrounded by a deck with pergola and plenty of room for outdoor living. Listed by Tom Hughes and Christy Youngblood.
Among all the magnificent showplaces in Preston Hollow, this much sought-after estate is truly exceptional. Outside, a paved walkway passes by gracious cut-stone arches, a large gated swimming pool with fountains and vine-covered pergolas, and a covered lounge terrace with fireplace. Listed by Lisa Besserer and Faisal Halum.
This noteworthy, heavily treed estate is relaxed yet elegant. Outside are party perfect covered outdoor living, dining and kitchen areas for year round entertaining, plus a gorgeous pool, spa and water feature with a cabana patio. Listed by Dona Timm.
This beautifully finished home exudes exceptional quality and craftsmanship from every corner. The covered porch creates a fabulous outdoor living space with its fireplace and spacious sitting area overlooking the pool. Listed by Joan Eleazer.
This exquisitely appointed Mediterranean is both inspiring and timeless. The gorgeous outdoor living space includes a lagoon pool, swim-up bar and fire pit, mosquito mister and electric gate. This property is one that will remain significant through the ages. Listed by Vicki Foster.
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