Cutting Edge Modernism in The Peninsula

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9333 Biscayne Boulevard
Bold and beautiful with all the hallmarks of a classic modernism. The sculpture is by Laura Walters.

Something’s happening in the Peninsula neighborhood, near the shores of White Rock Lake. Cutting edge modernism is slowly casting this area in an exciting new light. Location is everything, so it’s inevitable that new construction would begin popping up here. The area is rife with empty-nesters who have fled the Park Cities and North Dallas for smaller lots, sleeker homes, and the chance to spend every night walking by the water.In the 1920s, the neighborhood’s close proximity to the lake was a big draw for Dallas residents. They built weekend getaway cottages, because then, the area was considered to be out in the country. As Dallas grew, White Rock Lake became not so far away, but the Peninsula was still one of the best-kept secrets in town.

In fact, if you want in, you need a very connected agent.

So we were excited to see that 9333 Biscayne Blvd. was listed by Ben Jones of Briggs Freeman Sotheby’s for $1.75 million recently. Dreams of living the lake life filled our heads. Maybe if we pool our resources … well, there are five bedrooms, six bathrooms, and 4,103 square feet — plenty of room for Candy’s goldendoodle, Bree, to roam. (She loves lakeside living!) Sigh. Falling in love with houses comes with our territory, and there is such a lot to love about this one. You simply have to see this:

9333 Biscayne Boulevard

It’s a sculptural statement that ticks all the boxes. A bold roofline, simplicity in form and design, an open floor plan and enormous windows.

9333 Biscayne Boulevard

9333 Biscayne Boulevard
The entire home has museum finish walls.

9333 Biscayne Boulevard Living 3

9333 Biscayne Boulevard fireplace
An embedded gas fireplace with Fire Glass Crystals instead of logs because who needs to haul wood?

9333 Biscayne Boulevard Dining 1

9333 Biscayne Boulevard Dining 2

“It was designed by Douglas Hildinger of H2LR Design Studio,” Jones said. “The finish-out is just incredible. There’s lighting by Artemide and Driade. The kitchen has compressed quartz countertops and the kitchen cabinetry is Valcucine by Pohlenz Cucine Moderne.”

That’s essentially the Maserati of cabinetry — and comparable in price. The bathroom tiles are also Italian, because let’s face it, Italians do design better than pretty much anyone.

9333 Biscayne Boulevard Kitchen 1


9333 Biscayne Boulevard

9333 Biscayne Boulevard
Treehouse living in the master suite with a view of the lake from the balcony.

9333 Biscayne Boulevard




9333 Biscayne Boulevard
“The house is totally automated,” Jones said. “When you come home and disarm the alarm the lights and stereo come on.” We think this should be a basic requirement in every home.

There are lake views from the master suite’s balcony. Just imagine sipping your cappuccino in the morning watching the sun rise over the lake or, better yet, your champagne as the sun sets!


Karen Eubank

Karen is the owner of Eubank Staging and Design. She has been an award-winning professional home stager for more than 25 years and a professional writer for over 20 years. Karen is the mother of a son who’s studying for his masters at The New England Conservatory of Music. An ardent animal lover, she doesn’t mind one bit if your fur baby jumps right into her lap.

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