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Coinciding with cherry blossom season, I received a note from a reader in Japan (Candy covers the world!). The writer, an American school teacher is contemplating relocating back to the US in a couple of years. She’s specifically looking at midrise and highrise buildings in Dallas with a view. Her idea of “view” could be a tree-lined street or a sweeping panorama.

She’s never lived in Texas, but has relatives and friends in the Metroplex and San Antonio. This isn’t her first foray into remote-control real estate, having purchased a rental home in San Antonio during the depth of the housing crash. That said, she’s not keen to settle in San Antonio as “… it seems like one big suburb. At least Dallas has art, music, a real international airport, and restaurants beyond Olive Garden.”

Ouch.

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Second Living Area or Dining

Some condos are just easy to love, and this beauty inside the “mid-rise jewel of Dallas,” as listing agent Marlis Rossetta calls the Drexel Highlander at 4240 Prescott, is the epitome of style and convenience.

“Considered one of the most prestigious addresses in the Oak Lawn area, this location offers a peaceful neighborhood adjacent to Highland Park. Within walking distance, residents enjoy easy access to the tranquil setting of Turtle Creek, The Shops of Highland Park and popular dining destinations such as Al Biernat’s and Eddie V’s,” Rossetta said. “I like to say, ‘The Highlander is better than lock and leave – Just leave. Everything is taken care of foryou!’ ”

And with a beautiful, classy, easy-to-love unit like 6F inside the Drexel Highlander, don’t you deserve a mortgage professional that will take care of you? No one likes surprises at closing, so go ahead and call Lisa Peters at Caliber Home Loans so that you’ll have the condo of your dreams with financing that works. A high-caliber home like this beautiful condo deserves an equally high-caliber loan from Lisa Peters at Caliber Home Loans.

Jump to find out more about this phenomenal property from David Griffin Realtor Marlis Rossetta.

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