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It was the Warr of the roses. And it will never be the same inside the sleek circa 1980 high rise at 3831 Turtle Creek Boulevard.

Thursday night five great homes at The Warrington were opened to CandysDirt.com readers and friends for an evening of exploring and dreaming.  In case you missed our coverage, check out each of the units here, here, here and here.  You may have counted only four write-ups?  Well, our fifth entry was the last-minute but terrific add-on of unit 22C that had only just hit the MLS days before.  You’ll be reading about that home as soon as the pictures are back from the Fotomat.

Candy and her posse pose with Ebby educator Kellie Logsdon Rush (right)

Candy and her posse pose with Ebby agent & Champions prof Kellie Logsdon Rush (right)

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renaissance condo

For buyers looking to live at a tony Dallas address without dropping a boatload of cash, a condo at the Renaissance on Turtle Creek offers that opportunity.

Today’s Tuesday Two Hundred is located there, 3225 Turtle Creek Blvd. Apt. 842. This is a two-bedroom, two-bathroom unit with an oversized master, 1,154 square feet, and great views from the balcony, priced well below $300K.

Home ownership at The Renaissance on Turtle Creek offers a variety of advantages, including a doorman and an on-site concierge who arrange almost any outside service,from pet-sitting and dry cleaning pick-up to courier service and grocery delivery.

This unit was listed May 27 by Patricia Tafoya Valenzuela with Century 21 Judge Fite Co. for $274,900. Monthly HOA dues are $605 and include blanket insurance, exterior and common area maintenance, full use of facilities, management fees, reserves, trash, and water/sewer.

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Washing machines are strictly verboten inside 3883 Turtle Creek, a condo building dubbed “21.”

 

You know by now that one of my personal must-haves is an in-home washer and dryer. This is one of the reasons the “21” high-rise at 3883 Turtle Creek (which has a ban on in-unit washing machines) didn’t last long on my list of potential homes for me. But perhaps that’s all changed?

Enter the Drumi and BiWa.

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