Wycliff Condo of Late Iconic Neiman Marcus Buyer for Sale

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Everything in the late Derrill Osborn’s Oak Lawn condo was red and green. Everything. And it was that way until early last week when listing agent Nan Elizabeth Byorum of Ebby Halliday Preston Center decided it was time to let a new homeowner transform the condo for sale at 4151 Wycliff Ave., No. 102 into a blank slate to make their own.

“This home was his design, his very signature,” Byorum says. “I understand what a sanctuary and retreat this was for Derrill. He lived there so long that I feel he would hope someone find that same solace, too.”

Indeed Osborn, a prominent Neiman Marcus buyer, meticulously curated the 1,087-square-foot condo over his lifetime. He once described it as “a little Oriental here, a little French thrown in there, red and green, and a whole lot of cows.”

The small eight-unit community was built in 1962, a design influence that’s seen in its stone facade. “The neighbors are friendly in this self-managed boutique community and dues are low,” Byorum says.

The two-story condo has two bedrooms, two full baths, and one-half bath. Priced at $213,000 for 1,087 square feet, that comes to an affordable $196 per square foot.

The open first floor has parquet wood floors, fireplace, wet bar, and a beautiful breakfast nook with French windows and doors that overlooks the small private outdoor space that’s ideal for a small garden, barbecuing, or pets.

Enjoy fine dining, specialty shops, and brew pubs just minutes away, as well as the Arts District, Deep Ellum, West End, and downtown.

Nan Elizabeth Byorum has listed 4151 Wycliff Avenue, No. 102 for $213,000.

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Shelby Skrhak

Shelby is Associate Editor of CandysDirt.com, where she focuses on sponsored content, estate sales, and suburbs. She's a journalist and podcaster turned full-time freelance writer based in Plano. She comes to CandysDirt.com after running digital content and social media at SUCCESS magazine. She's a Lake Highlands native and graduate of UT-Dallas.

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  1. mmJon Anderson says

    I’d keep hoping someday those two street-facing units will breathe new life into that facade by replacing those stone archways with windows.

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