These Dallas Virtual Tours Are Bringing Sexy Back

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Some like it hot and if that’s you then catch an eyeful of these sizzling virtual tours.

Each offers something to ogle and admire with fun design concepts sprinkled in too! Tell us which of these virtual tours is your favorite. Or better yet, get on the phone with your agent and make them yours.

Too Hot To Handle On Arborside Drive

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Can you believe this beauty is another one from Svetlana Grujic at Compass? She knows how to stage to sell! And this stunner in Forest Meadows is coming in hot. 

“I’m so excited to finally list this one,” Gruijic tells us. “It was so extensive that it took ten months to remodel. My heart and soul went into that design and staging. I even did the big painting in the living room, office, and master bedroom.”

The Compass agent has a knack for design and it shows. The five-bedroom, three-full-and-one-half-bathroom home affords a gracious 3,400 square feet, met by designer touches galore.

Among these a gourmet kitchen and a spa-quality master. But there are a few features that make this home extra cool.

Doggy shower and retreat anyone? How about a bonus fifth bedroom with a secret door leading to a man cave? And for the kids a pair of built-in bunk beds with storage underneath! The list goes on and on. Do yourself a favor and watch the virtual tour.

Svetlana Grujic with Compass has listed 8917 Arborside Drive for $829,000.

So Epic On Park Row

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“SO EPIC” Promo Video 

Alex Prins knows a thing or two about remodeling too. Case in point, this beauty on Park Row Avenue. It is so hot in fact that Prins says, “The home received multiple offers and is under contract after three days on the market…attributed in part to a high concept marketing plan, and a 3D Virtual Tour.”

It’s only fair that we share that tour with you here! The four-bedroom, two-full-and-one-half-bathroom home sits on a .23-acre lot and is in a prime area. Prins says, “2532 Park Row Avenue is the first home to be listed for sale in my ‘SO EPIC’ Collection, which includes seven new homes all located within a few minutes of Uber’s new headquarters.”

Perhaps it’s the location, the light and airy interiors, the price? Prins tells us, “This beautiful craftsman style home is a hidden gem in the charming South Boulevard-Park Row Historic District, which is smack dab in between Deep Ellum and Downtown Dallas. It offers views of the downtown skyline from the master bedroom, has historic qualities on the exterior, and packs a punch for a home that is under 2,700 square feet with a well thought out flooplan.” 

We couldn’t agree more. See for yourself and take the virtual tour! 

Alex Prins with Coldwell Banker Realty has listed 2532 Park Row Avenue for $499,000.

Magic In Midway Hollow

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Briggs Freeman Sotheby’s International Realty is making it easy to search with virtual open houses, virtual tours, and more. Just take a look at the virtual tour for this contemporary zero-lot-line find in Midway Hollow. 

The tour puts you right in the action and provides a clear picture of how the home lives.

Inside the three-bedroom, three-full-and-one-half-bathroom home you’ll find a Viking kitchen and a seductive master retreat.

Outside, there is a sparkling pool, two outdoor kitchens, fountains and more! The agents call it “A very private oasis in the middle of Dallas” and add that “Virtual and/or Facetime showings are available. Just ask!” 

Of course, this gem went Contingent just before we went to press. The good ones are going fast y’all!

Katherine Roberts and Pete Ryan with Briggs Freeman Sotheby’s International Realty have listed 4 Cochran Creek Court for $865,000.


Amy Puchaty

Amy Puchaty is founder and principal writer of Amy Puchaty Communications, a freelance copywriting firm specializing in luxury real estate marketing. As a real estate writer and communications specialist, Amy's marketing campaigns and copywriting work have appeared in numerous print and digital publications including The Wall Street Journal, Architectural Digest, Inman News, The Denver Post, and Dallas Business Journal. Follow Amy at

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