Oak Lawn Townhouses That Wow For $615K Or Less

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Oh Oak Lawn, how we love thee, let us count the ways! Now more than ever, the lock-and-leave lifestyle of well-kept townhomes in Oak Lawn are a huge draw. And the upscale Dallas neighborhood is a great for empty-nesters and down-sizers alike. So we took to the streets to find two fantastic Oak Lawn homes worthy of our Splurge vs. Steal. Both picks are eye-catching with their own unique flair but have price points that are miles apart. Which is more you, the Luxe On Lee Parkway Splurge or the Darling On Dickason Avenue Steal? Let us know in the comments.

Splurge: Luxe On Lee Parkway With Turtle Creek Views In Prime Oak Lawn For $615K

Our splurge epitomizes elegant Dallas high-rise living. The one-bedroom, one-full-and-one-half-bathroom townhome offers a comfortable 1,304 square feet with incredible views. This includes sweeping sightlines of downtown and Turtle Creek. And the interiors are meticulously maintained. In fact, they were designed by TRIA Custom homes and includes a formal entry with marble mosaic, stunning hardwoods, and gourmet kitchen with top-of-the-line SubZero, Bosch, and Dacor appliances. In the master, you’ll enjoy a private terrace high above the trees, plus a spa-bath with soaking tub and shower. Building amenities like a sparkling pool, two dedicated parking spaces, and storage unit take this Oak Lawn splurge over the top.

Mitch Lee with Local Dwelling has listed 3401 Lee Parkway Apartment 507 for $615,000.

Steal: Darling On Dickason Avenue With Private Yard, Balcony, & Upgrades For $475K

This contemporary gem is an absolute steal worth considering! It sits in the heart of Oak Lawn in a gated community and has a lot to love. This includes a gracious open floor plan for entertaining that is filled with seductive upgrades. Soaring ceilings, ample windows, gourmet kitchen, and skyline views are but a few of the highlights. There is also a private yard with street access and a balcony on the second floor! Head to the upper level master and be wowed by the attention to detail! It includes a spa-like bath and fabulous walk-in closet, plus a bonus room for a study or home gym. A two-car-garage, fresh paint, new fridge, and sparkling Cantoni chandelier in living and dining make this a chic retreat. And the Oak Lawn location means you can walk to your favorite hot spots for dinner and drinks. Don’t miss this one!

Rachel Trowbridge with Allie Beth Allman & Associates has listed 4213 Dickason Avenue Apt 10 for $475,000.


Amy Puchaty

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  1. Dr. Timothy B. Jones says

    Nothing on the back of the building at The Mayfair sells for anything close to 507’s price if $471 a square foot (and that’s marked down more than $50k from the price Compass had it listed). Any realtor with Turtle Creek credentials will tell you 507 will sell for much less. It’s tough to sell the back of the building when the front has such stunning views!.

    • robert says

      This size unit at The Mayfair has been selling for around $385-$395/sf without updates so with this level of remodel expect it will be well into mid $400’s/sf. Lower floors on the northside overlook the pool and trees so is nicer view than many comparable buildings.

      • Dr. Timothy B. Jones says

        Not a chance this unit on the back of the building gets mid $400’ per sq foot. Not one comp at that number. This unit started at $689,000 and went nowhere. The seller dropped to $615,000 and changed realtors. Views matter in The Mayfair….I know, I’ve owned them. If you think it is a good buy at $470 a foot…..buy it!

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