DALLAS, TX — This week, we’re bringing you some of Dallas’ coolest (some might say weirdest) real estate listings. From classic beauties to angular apartments, we’ve picked out these fun, interesting and coveted listings so you don’t have to. Click here to visit our partner, Realtor.com, and see these listings and thousands more.
Historic Craftsmanship at 3411 Harvard Avenue
Built in 1917, this historic house boasts architectural details combined with classic craftsmanship. Located in old Highland Park, this home features walkable ease to schools, shopping and parks. The inside living space is filled with light custom colors and hardwood floors. The gourmet kitchen boasts stainless Viking appliances and a wet bar. The master suite features access to a large deck, dual walk-in closets and a luxurious master bath.
Peaky Dormers at 5759 Wortham Lane
Welcome to paradise. The back patio comes complete with a built-in grill and fireplace, while the interior gives up a lustrous family room, soaring vaulted ceilings and a gourmet kitchen with commercial grade appliances. Enjoy natural light, open living plans, a private study, built-in shelving, walk-in closets and a game room.
Here’s your chance to live in one of Dallas’ most unique apartment buildings. The listing is for a two-bedroom condo in a quiet neighborhood near downtown Dallas. Upgrades include fully renovated bathrooms and kitchen, new stainless appliances granite counters, wood flooring and heated porcelain tile in both bathrooms. Feel your stress drip away in the master bathroom’s steam shower.
Simple Beauty at 7209 Duffield Drive
Live in Preston Green North in Dallas while your children attend lauded Plano West schools. Updates include fresh paint inside and out, updated kitchen and bathrooms, efficient windows, mature trees and convenient access to all your needs.
Penthouse Loft at 1122 Jackson St Apt 1101
Centered in the heart of downtown Dallas. Views from the pool include all the iconic highlights of downtown Dallas, this penthouse loft offers towering, 28-foot ceilings with one wall made entirely of windows. From your window, see the Bank of the American building, the Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge, Reunion Tower and, of course, the electrifying Omni hotel. This grand industrial loft is located in the Historic Santa Fe Railroad terminal building and is dressed with hallmarks like no other. This charming property is within steps of restaurants, shops, and nightlife.
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