Highland Park

Modern meets Mediterranean in this beautifully-updated Highland Park home at 3424 Cornell Avenue listed for $2.7 million by Rogers Healy and Associates. With 5,716 square feet, this two-story has four bedrooms, four baths, and two half-baths in an open concept floorplan.

Gorgeous landscaping frames the entrance to this stucco home with an inviting enclosed front patio. Inside, you’ll find a great floor plan with luxury custom elements, including a redesigned iron rail staircase, refinished hardwood floors, and updates throughout.

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casa linda dallas homes for sale

It may get hotter than blue blazes during Dallas summers, but we have plenty of positively divine weather, too (stick your head outside today for proof—high of 74°!).

During these gorgeous days, outdoor space is a must. Today’s Tuesday Two Hundred, at 9206 Forest Hills Blvd., offers it in spades, with a secluded front courtyard and big backyard. This Casa Linda house sits on 0.33 acres, located near Buckner and Garland in East Dallas.

This is a 2-1 with 1,264 square feet, built in 1946. This is a modest-sized home, but with such a big yard, there’s plenty of room to add onto the house, if new homeowners desire.

It was listed Jan. 29 by Jenny Capritta with RE/MAX DFW Associates for $299,500.

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Oak Lawn 3

Curbed’s writeup on 3845 Oak Lawn reads like a rejection letter a hot girl might send a well-intending guy after a bad first date:

With the lack of any sort of charming neighborhood, this place might find it hard to achieve its sky-high $10M asking price. At least a glassed-in courtyard on the second floor provides some light and air without having to open a window to the traffic.

Can be read as:

I really like you, and you have a lot going for you, but …

Oak Lawn Townhome

Let’s just say that, well, I disagree. I think this home has a lot going for it and that the location, while busy, is actually an asset. Really, does anyone move to Manhattan in search of a charming neighborhood with no traffic? No. They move to Manhattan because they want to be in the middle of the action. That’s what this house means to me. The buyer for this house doesn’t want to be in a “charming neighborhood.” They want to be in the middle of the action, which is exactly what this home provides.

Oak Lawn 2

Marketed by Briggs Freeman Sotheby’s, this home is full of light and gorgeous details. Check out the amazing modern interiors and the huge basement-level garage (you can pretend it’s the Batcave if you want). Never mind the amazing courtyard and the fabulous historic architecture. Is this townhome worth $10 million? In my book, yes.

 

Oak Lawn 3

Curbed’s writeup on 3845 Oak Lawn reads like a rejection letter a hot girl might send a well-intending guy after a bad first date:

With the lack of any sort of charming neighborhood, this place might find it hard to achieve its sky-high $10M asking price. At least a glassed-in courtyard on the second floor provides some light and air without having to open a window to the traffic.

Can be read as:

I really like you, and you have a lot going for you, but …

Oak Lawn Townhome

Let’s just say that, well, I disagree. I think this home has a lot going for it and that the location, while busy, is actually an asset. Really, does anyone move to Manhattan in search of a charming neighborhood with no traffic? No. They move to Manhattan because they want to be in the middle of the action. That’s what this house means to me. The buyer for this house doesn’t want to be in a “charming neighborhood.” They want to be in the middle of the action, which is exactly what this home provides.

Oak Lawn 2

Marketed by Briggs Freeman Sotheby’s, this home is full of light and gorgeous details. Check out the amazing modern interiors and the huge basement-level garage (you can pretend it’s the Batcave if you want). Never mind the amazing courtyard and the fabulous historic architecture. Is this townhome worth $10 million? In my book, yes.